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This 1993 Pontiac Sunbird convertible lives up to its name by really letting the sunshine in. So to find a low mileage and loaded drop-top for an affordable price makes for quite an appealing total package.
This Pontiac has been under long term care of its first owner, and so you have a highly original presentation. So the bright red paint still knows how to look radiant in the sunshine. It's not perfect after nearly 30 years, but it has the right mix of survivor-style originality while also knowing how to showcase the crisp lines of the well-respected sheetmetal. The odometer is in kilometers, because this is a Canadian market car. Quick arithmetic will tell you it has gone less than 50k miles total. And because it's both low-mileage and from Canada, you know it didn't spend too much time with the top down. That's why the roof appears both original and crisply presented. That's a good thing, because bright white goes with the special 15-inch wheels, Sunbird decal badging, and the accent line that encircles the car. The result is a sophisticated kind of two-tone that will look like you paid a lot more for this preserved classic.
Because the white roof is so essential to the well-done color theme, we're especially happy to see that when you take it down there's also white upholstery. Low mileage means less seat time, and the vinyl on the seats is the right mix of comfortable and resilient. It makes for an appearance that remains both premium and quite bright. This is a smartly done package with door inserts and the convertible boot done in white, but the higher traffic areas like the carpeting, armrests, and steering wheel done in darker gray or black. The result is a car that's easy to add to the odometer while still not showing signs of use. So you really get the feeling this Sunbird wants to be driven. It's loaded with features like cruise control, power locks, a tilt steering column, and the premium AM/FM stereo with separate cassette. Power windows and a power convertible top mean you never have to leave the driver's seat when you want to open this one up to the world. And the factory air conditioning is blowing cold with R134a refrigerant. So you can enjoy the top-down experience even in the summertime.
This was one of the final years for the Sunbird, and so the largest engine of the series was a premium option. This has the fuel-injected 3.1-liter V6 motor. It was also used for GM's midsize cars, and so it gives proper pep to the smaller/lighter Sunbird. And that's the right feeling for this car. It has a lively feeling with nimble handling. And it's a great anytime driver with features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/front discs.
Complete with owner's manual, this is a low-mileage fuel-injected convertible that loves to hit the road. So if you want a distinctive car that puts the wind in your hair, you know this is a value-priced deal. Call today!!!
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