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This 1988 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am GTA has the big motor option, rare features, and an all-around sense of cool style. It's the kind of car that gets attention for all the right reasons.
Flame Red was the ideal choice for a GTA, and this one continues to shine brightly. The deeper tones and metallic glow have the sophisticated style to go perfectly with the golden accents. The factory gave these GTAs side pinstripes to highlight the curves of the profile and hallmark crosslace alloy wheels. But this one really turns it up a notch with custom painted pinstriping that draws added attention to the special badging on the hood and b-pillars. Plus, what's a great Trans Am without a fire-breathing Phoenix bird on the hood? And the full GTA body kit, vented hood, bright exhaust tips, and well-integrated rear spoiler are all part of this sleek and speedy total package.
The low odometer is believed to reflect the full actual mileage (averaging less than 1,200 miles annually.) And where you really see this less use is on the well-presented factory interior. And for those looking for rarity, it's believed that the black leather interior was ordered on less than 540 cars - making it the rarest interior of 1988. The full blackout package and tinted windows set the tone for a serious performance machine. But while this is mean and speedy, it's also loaded. The GTA had special new-style bucket seats that include electronic inflatable bolstering for extra comfort in all conditions. Plus, you have power windows, power locks, power steering, cruise control, and cold-blowing air conditioning. The sports steering wheel is different from most other cars you see, and that's for a good reason. It helps control the optional full digital dash package. It's a rarely-seen feature that gives this Pontiac the kind of tech that would even make KITT jealous.
Under the hood is the optional Corvette-derived L98 5.7-liter fuel-injected V8. It has a great stock style, right down to factory decals on the radiator panel. But you can also see newer maintenance items of a respected car. GM's 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission was a good pairing because its stout nature can handle the power and torque produced by the range-topping engine. Plus, its quick-shifting nature and overdrive setup made it versatile for everything from street to highway use. Four-wheel power disc brakes, power steering, and the WS6 sports suspension were also part of this great driving package.
This GTA has the best style, the best options, true rarity, and an affordable price. So that makes it an irresistible deal on a terrific T/A classic. Call today!!!
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