800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1975 Pontiac Firebird Formula 350 is a well-preserved survivor-style intrigue built around a car with potent original V8 power. So you're going to love this for much more than just a low-mileage classic coupe.
Sterling Silver really does make this coupe look like precious metal, and in many ways, that's exactly how to describe this Pontiac. This is an actual mileage car, per the previous title, and rarely are you going to find a classic Firebird that has averaged under 500 miles annually. In fact, we even have terrific paperwork (including the dealer invoice and window sticker) that shows this was sold brand new only a few hours from the Norwood plant where this was born. That makes it feel like quite a special car. So it's great to see this wearing it what's assumed its mostly original paint. It has a nice gloss but just enough age so that people believe this is a survivor while still saying "Wow!" And the way the doors, trunk, and hood close are all reflections of a well-respected, low-mileage classic. Even without this survivor-style, you'll want this because it's a '75: the first year for the wraparound back window. Plus, the Formula package had its own style of aggression. You get great pieces like the full-width rear spoiler and Rally II wheel. But the Formula had the exclusive twin-scoop hood that just makes this couple look soooo mean.
Black interior always look terrific against silver exteriors. This factory setup has been treated with the same respect as you see outside. The bucket seats, door panels, floor mats, and comfortable center console all have a deep black appearance. But this is more than just a sea of darkness. The wood-like trim around the gauges is a nice upscale touch. The low mileage gives this a very clean look, and this is a true time capsule. The window sticker will show you this came with some pricy options, like a factory tach and AM/FM stereo, so you'll love to have them present and working today.
Under the hood is the correct numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. You'll love showing it off because it has all the right features, like the bright blue block, shining valve covers, and an air topper with all the proper decals. The V8 fires up with the eagerness you want in a well-maintained classic, and it inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor. They upgraded to an X-pipe dual exhaust so you can really get a terrific tone out of the motor. The numbers-matching three-speed automatic transmission feeds the 10-bolt rear end. Plus, power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and sway bars front & rear mean you won't be able to resist adding mileage to the low odometer.
When you take this one for a drive, you can feel the all-around solid presentation that tells you this one is special. That's why it not only comes with the dealer invoice and window sticker, but also the owner's manual and title documentation. This is an exceptional coupe, and so you know your opportunity is fleeting. Call now!
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