1984 Firebird Trans Am Autoform 2 seater roadster convertible only 34,000 miles

Price: US $16,999.00 Item location: Warren, Michigan, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Trans Am
  • SubModel: Rare Autoform Convertible Roadster
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: Trans Am
  • Year: 1984
  • Mileage: 34,100
  • VIN: 1G2AW87hxel212878
  • Color: Forest beige
  • Engine size: V8 305 carburetor
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Options: Cassette Player, Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1984 Pontiac Trans Am Rare Autoform Convertible Roadster

1984 Autoform Convertible Roadster
This is one Rare Trans Am they made a total of 300Trans Am's from 1983-1986.And given the color of forest beige this is one Rare Bird
This car just rolled over 34,000 miles.It is in Mint Condition given its age and mileage there are some minor nics and touch-ups.The car started its life in texas coming to Michigan in 2003, kept indoors & rarely driven there is absolutely zero rust.It drives perfect no rattles or weird noises.Currently the only thing not working is the A/C.
"Auto Forms Sport Roadster Convertible Firebird and Trans Am (1983-1986) (Auto Forms was a company that popped up in the early 80s. They provided a custom conversion service to convert a normal Firebird or Trans Am into a 2-seater roadster convertible. Auto Forms was a company based out of Elkhart, Indiana that performed convertible conversions on Firebirds. It is believe the conversions began in 1983 and were performed through early 1986. Autoform was sanctioned by GM and as such did conversions on both Firebirds and Camaros. The conversions were performed at two different facilities: one in Elkhart, Indiana and the other in Shawnee, Oklahoma. The conversion took about two weeks and cost an estimated $7500. Auto Forms worked directly with participating Pontiac dealers and did not accept customers off the street. New cars were drop shipped to one of the facilities and then delivered to the dealer for delivery to the customer. Year by year production is also not known but it’s believed that about 1100 total cars were built between 1984 and 1986 including both Firebirds and Camaros. The conversion used an extended rear decklid that extended through the rear seating area to the front seats. The decklid was formed with two bullet shaped bulges that sat immediately behind each seat that provided both support for the head rest but also served to enhance the euro style race car look. The decklid was comprised of a 2-layer fiberglass laminate and opened up and back from the front so the top could be retracted for stowage. The rear portion of the decklid functioned as a trunk lid swinging open an external chromed hinges support by the struts re-used from the original glass hatch. The design maintained the size and space of the original trunk. The fiberglass panels came in stock Firebird colors: black, beige and red.)"