213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This is the kind of car that we're all looking for. After all, this is a 1986 Pontiac Firebird shows all signs of being original everywhere you look. And more than just a clean survivor, you get everything you want, including V8 power, an overdrive transmission, and an A/C interior. So the value price is just the cherry on top.
This is a sweet spot for many of us. The third-generation Firebird had it styling revised a few years into the run to really maximize the impact of its sharp-edge design. So this has a revised front end and hood that really brought out the best in a sports car designed with the low nose and pop-up headlights. This is believed to have averaged less than 2,000 miles annually, and the whole coupe is an exceptionally well-kept survivor. That's important on a car like this because it came from the factory with an impressive two-tone treatment. The Flame Red Metallic is a bold color to have on top, and there's an even bolder orange stripe encircling the whole car to provide a distinct dividing line for the Champagne lower section. It's such a well-done package, that even the Rally II wheels are finished in the lower body color!
Inside is more great preservation and a ton of distinction. The full red interior has some great-looking sliver streaks on the seats. And those inserts are repeated on the doors for a well-coordinated total presentation. Everything is well-preserved, right down to the unique pocket on the passenger side dash. And you'll love this for more than just the time capsule-like appearance, because this also has all the best features. You get a three-spoke sports steering wheel on a tilt column; there's an armrest center console with floor shift; and the best factory options are working nicely, like the AM/FM stereo and cold-blowing air conditioning.
Under the hood is something you'll love. These early third-gen cars with their 305 cubic-inch V8 and four-barrel carburetor are always ripe for plenty of affordable power upgrades. But as you can see, this one is refreshingly stock. So not only is this believed to be as original and well-preserved as the rest of the car, but also it fires up and runs like a well-respected coupe should. And while the odometer shows low mileage, this one was built for driving. That's why you have a smooth shifting four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. There's also power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and sway bars front & rear. So this is a great total driving package.
This is the cool and preserved Firebird with all the features you love and a very obtainable price. It's a total package that will be moving quick, so call today!
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