800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1991 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am GTA represents the ultimate sports machine from GM's performance division, and this one has everything you want. It has the larger fuel-injected V8, it's loaded with all the best features (including A/C), and Pontiac fans know the design this year is quite distinctive.
Pontiac gave the Firebird a sleek restyling in 1991, and it only lasted through the next year. So the unique beak-like pointed front fascia and ground effects are becoming quite sought-after today. This desirability is added to range-topping GTA that was the pinnacle of Pontiac performance of this era. It received the biggest tires, biggest brakes, and the best full body kit (especially the rear wing,) to represent all-out performance. As this one crosses the 30-year-old true classic threshold, it's looking quite well preserved. The factory Bright Red paint looks to be original, and so it's great to have it still giving off a nice luster in the sunlight. The vivid hue is arguably the best color because it sets the right tone for this more aggressive T/A with its hood slats and blackout rear panel. It's also quite rare (possibly less than 225 were done in this color for 1991.) Of course, people will also not be able to take their eyes off the GTA's hallmark factory crosslace gold wheels.
Inside is everything you want from an original GTA, and it's just as correct and preserved as the exterior. It starts with the GTA-exclusive Ultima bucket seats with power lumbar support for the best in comfort. A later car like this means the added safety of an airbag steering wheel. Beyond that, is the sporty full round gauge cluster, and the GTA got the special 140 mph speedometer. Because this was the top-of-the-line car for Pontiac, it comes loaded with features like power windows, power locks, alarm, power steering, power mirrors, cruise control, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo. And the air conditioning is running modern R134a refrigerant to keep you cool today and easy servicing down the road.
There was one option everyone looks for in the GTA, and it's the Corvette-derived L98 5.7-liter fuel-injected motor. This special V8 is believed to be original to the car, and it has the stock look of good care. That's what you get with a coupe that has averaged less than 2,500 miles annually. GM's 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission was a good paring because its stout nature can handle the power and torque produced by the range-topping engine. Plus, it's quick shifting nature and overdrive setup made it versatile for everything from street to highway use. The GTA was the king of the streets because it received the WS6 sports suspension as standard. This code has been the key to Pontiac's reputation as one of the best performance brands of the era. Plus, you have the superior grip of BF Goodrich gForce Sport tires working with four-wheel power disc brakes.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the powerful, sharp, loaded, and rare package that delivers true classic performance distinction. So at a price like this, it's time to hurry and catch this deal. Call now!
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