Documented 1 Owner 2,728 Actual Mile Firebird Trans Am 25th Anniversary Hardtop

Price: - Item location: Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Firebird
  • SubModel: Trans Am
  • Type: Other
  • Doors:2
  • Year:1994
  • Mileage:2,728
  • VIN:2G2FV22P4R2239097
  • Color:White
  • Engine size:LT1 350 V8
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Interior color: White
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1994 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am


2728 actual mile 1-owner survivor
1 of only 338 Trans Am 25th Anniversary hardtops produced
5.7 liter LT1 V8 / 275 horsepower
4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission
Trans Am GT leather interior / 25th Anniversary Edition regalia
Sale includes an original sales invoice a copy of the car's original title and vintage registrations

It's almost a certainty that the day will come when future enthusiasts refer to the end of the 20th Century as the golden years of easy horsepower. Gas was cheap technology made high performance offerings insanely easy to work on and about the only thing that mattered was getting to the next stoplight faster than the guy beside you. From spry Japanese sports cars to insane creations like the Plymouth Prowler and Dodge Viper it truly was one of the best times to be an automotive enthusiast. And fortunately low-mileage muscle like this sweet 25th Anniversary Trans Am allows a few lucky car guys to relish those days just a little bit longer. Immaculately maintained and rarely driven this Poncho 1 of only 338 25th Anniversary hardtops produced wraps GM's proven LT1/4-speed drivetrain in a super cool color combination that's a blatant nod to muscle cars of yore. And if you're longing for a modern performer that still possesses the appeal of showroom-fresh metal this is just the bargain you've been waiting for!


Displaying official aesthetics for the 338 Trans Am Anniversary hardtops that would end up in the hands of enthusiasts this clean coupe is a virtually spotless garage queen that's seen very little pavement time. 100% straight with no history of catastrophic damage the car's fuselage is an even wedge of all-original paint. High quality 25th Anniversary-exclusive call-outs courtesy of GM's St. Therese Quebec assembly plant still shine with the best cars on the road. And overall this Pontiac conveys a premium sense of collectability that when combined with its spectacular performance creates a timeless modern classic.


If you find a ride that's branded with Screamin' Chicken badges chances are good that something mean lives under its hood. This top-of-the-line F4 validates that chance variable with a venerable 5.7L LT1 V8. Not to be confused with the high-performance LT-1 of the '70s this version was introduced in 1992 as primary motivation for the C4 Corvette. By 1994 the basic formula of a 2-bolt main block with aluminum heads remained but the motor had been revised to employ a Mass Airflow Sensor and Sequential Port Fuel Injection. And power was up to 275 horses which translated to low 14-second quarter mile passes right off the assembly line.


Peer under this coupe and you'll find a clean chassis that's been preserved via limited road use. Behind the LT1 a requisite 4L60E 4-speed twists torque through highway-friendly 2.73 gears. Around that drivetrain a stock suspension follows a double A-arm front half with a 3-link rear end. Power rack-and-pinion steering makes turning a breeze while power-assisted discs bring the car to a quick halt. And everything rolls on body-matched Trans Am-branded wheels which spin what appear to be original 245/50ZR16 Goodyear Eagle GS-Cs.


Inside the car an upscale Trans Am GT interior is built around bright bucket seats that adjust electronically for the driver and front passenger. A leather-clad steering wheel sports convenient thumb controls for a crisp Delco sound system. The instrument panel is a familiar red Pontiac layout that features a large tachometer and sweeping speedometer. At the floor a conservative shifter rides in a straight and clean console. Naturally all the luxuries you'd expect in a modern car are present and accounted for including: power windows power door locks power mirrors and remote keyless entry that's complete with GM's PASSkey theft deterrent system. And everything from the car's optional cruise control all the way to its factory air conditioning is in impeccable working order.


Miscellaneous factory paperwork
The car's original Owner's Manual and related booklets
A Trans Am 25th Anniversary Owner's Manual jacket and related accessories
The car's original sales invoice
A copy of the car's original title
Vintage registrations
A set of Daytona Pace Car door decals
Two sets of keys and corresponding fobs
A factory wheel lock socket
Tag brackets from the car's original dealer

Looking back on the long history of Pontiac there's little doubt that this Trans Am is one of the fastest best-handling and most enjoyable Ponchos of all time. It exhibits the best of everything from GM's fourth generation pony car. And it's the perfect fit for a serious Trans Am collector or anyone who loves showroom-fresh muscle. Buy this coupe and stash it away for a few decades or take it out and enjoy every minute of one of the best eras of automotive performance!