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There\'s an instant appeal when you can find a sleek and well-preserved V8 drop-top for an exceptional price. Of course, when this 1997 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am is also part of a new class of classics, you know this loaded convertible is the right one for you.
This has a great-looking color combo. Silver and black just seem to convey sporty and sophisticated all in the same glance. It also helps that this is a well-kept all-around style. So the factory-correct Bright Silver Metallic looks like a smooth factory finish. The black convertible top has a deep color and tight stitching. There are also nice details, like the clean glass, good weather-stripping, bright alloys, and hidden headlights that rest flush. And of course, a T/A will always be in-demand for its sporty style. The pointed front end, quad exhaust tips, and a rear spoiler that flows over the entire trunk all make this look fast just standing still.
The Dark Pewter leather interior is another part of the car\'s nice color setup. After all, it looks like you mixed the silver and black of the exterior to create this shade of gray. So you have a harmonious total package inside and out. This car has been driven, and the odometer is believed to reflect the full actual mileage, and so there will be signs of use in high-traffic areas like the driver\'s seat. But those are mostly items that a good upholster can remedy. The real appeal here is about a well-preserved presentation of the fundamentals. That means you have a loaded and comfortable drop-top. It includes features like power windows, power locks, keyless entry, dual airbags, and factory AM/FM/cassette stereo with a CD changer and seven-band equalizer. And cold-blowing air conditioning is always a favorite when driving with the top down. And driving is at the heart of why you\'ll love this Trans Am. The front bucket seats are supportive, and there\'s power lumbar adjustment. Plus, you have a comfy center console, a grippy steering wheel w/radio controls, and a full gauge package that create an interior that\'s built around you.
This is a modern classic, and so you get modern fuel-injected power. Upgrading a Firebird to a Trans Am means the 350 cubic-inch LT1 V8 from the Corvette program. It was rated at 285 hp when new, and by the well-maintained presentation, we doubt any of these ponies have escaped over the last few decades. More advantages of a modern classic include the convenience of a four-speed automatic. It provides enough gears to be quick off the line, as well as cruise comfortably on the highway. Plus, with four-wheel disc brakes with ABS, power steering, and a limited-slip rear end, this is one fantastic all-around driver.
Part of the feeling that this one has been cared for properly also comes with the nice extras that are part of the sale. It includes the original windows sticker, the owner\'s manual, and the three-piece convertible boot. This is the loaded modern classic with power and poise. So it\'s great you can get it all for such a nice price. Call today!!!
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