800 Derita Road, Ste. A
A sleek red 1995 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am for a value price is always going to catch your eye. And this one is even loaded with A/C, T-tops, and fuel-injected V8 power. But what really is going to make you love this particular T/A is that it also has a very stealthy nitrous kit already installed!
The 4th-gen Trans Am was a great one for looking fast even when just parked. The sleek front end had the best of speedy elements with deeply recessed fog lights, a heat extractor hood, and aerodynamic flip-up headlights. The fenders have a curvy flare to try and contain the largest tires possible. And the rear has a fastback look, wraparound tail panel, and quad exhaust tips. Of course, the rear spoiler looks like they couldn't have fit a larger one on without jeopardizing the smooth and well-integrated style. So not only is it great to have all it so well-presented, but also a bold machine like this deserves an attention-grabbing factory red.
The dark gray leather interior looks great against the exterior, and you get to share it with the world anytime you want thanks to the T-tops. In fact, since the air condition was recently serviced, this one can keep you feeling cool even with the roof panels out during the summertime. This is loaded with more great features, including power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, dual airbags, anti-lock brakes, cruise control, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo. Best of all, this is a machine truly built for the driver. Supportive bucket seats w/power lumbar, a cup holder center console, a grippy steering wheel, and a full gauge package create an interior that's built around you.
Under the hood is Chevrolet's hardy LT1 motor. This fuel-injected V8 got a powerful reputation in cars like this Trans Am and the C4 Corvette, and over the years, it also has gained status for its well-built nature. So it seems like the ideal candidate for a nitrous injection kit. This one was installed with an eye for discretion - the bottle is hidden behind trunk panels and the switch is in the ash tray. This is a two-owner coupe, and the first owner was the one who installed the nitrous. The second owner never really has even used it, and instead preferred to enjoy this in a more factory style. That's understandable considering a Trans Am like this is a great all-around driver. You have the four-speed automatic transmission, which provides enough gears to be quick off the line, and it can cruise comfortably on the highway. There's also four-wheel power disc brakes, power steering, and a recently rebuilt rear end.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the well-presented red T/A with a terrific performance secret. So at a price like this, you know you need to hurry to catch this deal. Call now!
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