1991 Pontiac Firebird Convertible
Special survivor-grade cars usually cost a small fortune, but this 1991 Pontiac Firebird Convertible is not only desirable but also affordable, too. The ultra-low mileage on this V8 droptop means you'll love reading all the details on its carefully maintained life. Before we dive into he survivor-grade details, it's worth noting how much these later third-generation Firebirds have really come into their own. Pontiac gave these a sleek restyling in 1991 and it only lasted through the next year. So the unique beak-like front fascia and ground effects are becoming quite sought-after today. That make having a surviving example like this so appealing. Barely averaging over 650 miles annually, this appears to be the original Gunmetal Gray paint and it still has a fantastic shine. It has been enjoyed over the last 27 years, but you'll still wow people every time the daylight hits this sunshine-friendly droptop. And speaking of the convertible roof, the black looks great against the grey. Then again, it needed to be, because this was a specialist product. Although you ordered it through the Pontiac dealer, these individually were crafted by the masters at ASC. That made these expensive (adding around 50% to the coupe price) and also quite rare. Because a convertible is meant to be open to the world, we love the coordinating shade of light gray inside. Plus, the seats are made of a comfortable cloth, so you never have to worry about hopping in on a hot day. Low mileage also means little seat time, so the original interior is as well-preserved as the exterior. This is a driver's car with the full sporty round gauge layout, and these later 3rd-gen machines even benefited from an airbag. And because this was a premium Pontiac, it also came loaded with features everyone can enjoy. That means power windows, power locks, power mirrors, and the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo. Plus, the air conditioning is blowing nice and cold so you can enjoy the top-down experience well into the summer season. The engine bay continues the survivor-grade presentation. This is the original motor, and good maintenance of the essentials is combined with carefully preserved components (even the factory decals are still bright!) But we know you want this for more than just for its preservation. The fuel-injected 305 cubic-inch power plant is known for being smooth on the highway and first off the stoplight. Plus, the four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive also makes this coupe the perfect cruiser, especially when paired with the power steering, front disc brakes, and cruise control. Complete with the original owner's manual packet, this is great-looking survivor is a rare treat at an exceptional price. So don't let this deal slip away. Call today!!!