CLEAN 1990 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am - T Tops - 305ci. TPI - Auto Trans - LOW MI

Price: US $8,900.00 Item location: Crete, Illinois, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Firebird
  • SubModel: CLEAN 1990 Trans Am - T Tops 305ci. Automatic
  • Type: Hatchback
  • Trim: Firebird Trans Am
  • Year: 1990
  • Mileage: 43,000
  • VIN: 1G2FW23F2LL210899
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 305ci TPI
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Grey
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1990 Pontiac Firebird CLEAN 1990 Trans Am - T Tops 305ci. Automatic

NO TRADES will be taken at this time, No offers will be accepted. If you like the car please bid. The car is located in CRETE IL, about an hour South of Chicago. ZERO FEEDBACK BIDDERS or bidders with less then 10 feedback a please contact me before bidding, otherwise your bids will be canceled. I'm selling this car for my Mother. She purchased this car a few years ago from a friend in hopes to take it to local cruise nights once in awhile and enjoy it on weekends. She hasn't had much time to do anything with the car and has probably driven it about twenty times since she bought it. The car has been garage kept the entire time she has owned it, as well for a decade or more while the previous owner had the car. This was his baby and he took great care of the car. This 1990 Trans Am has just over 43,000 miles. The car has a 305ci TPI engine with automatic transmission. The car has T Tops, power windows, power locks, AC, cruise control, good tires, and a new battery just to name a few. The car has no signs of previous collision that I can tell, the door gaps, hood etc. all line up nice and clean. This car is very striking, you rarely ever see these looking this clean. The interior is in great shape, it's not perfect but there are no major problems, tears or missing pieces that I know of...the drivers carpet area probably could use shampooing and a new set of floor matts is needed. This is not a perfect museum piece, it was driven. If you walk around the car for a few minutes you will eventually find tiny or minor blemishes, I think there are a couple of tiny paint chips on the hood, I will verify this and add anything else I find to the auction. I took the photos today, I've driven the car, I try to be very detailed when selling vehicles and with no surprises. -----The rear rubber wing has fine paint cracks as expected for a car this old. There is a very minor door ding that can be removed through paintless dent repair (no paint is missing there). There is one nickel sized dent on the top surface next to the passenger headlight (see photo). I remember commenting on how nice the wheels were when the last owner sold it her, and I believe he said they were reissue or aftermarket versions. Either way they look amazing. The tires still have plenty of tread. Nobody has been driving this car hard, roasting the tires, or even speeding in it!. I guarantee it hasn't gone far over 55 in a while, haha. The T tops appear to be in great condition, I didn't notice any cracks in any of the glass anywhere on the car. The original dash pad is very clean with no cracks or damage. This car needs somebody that has the time to detail it even further, or simply to drive and enjoy it. I would take it but I'm wrapped up in restoring two Mopars at the moment. Email me with any questions, and in the next two days I will try to add anything that I left out. I'll be driving the car again on Tuesday. Buyer is responsible for any transportation of the vehicle, none will be provided whatsoever. The vehicle is sold as is, where is, with no existing warranty.