213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Yes, you are reading the mileage correctly on this 2002 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Convertible. This was the final year for the storied muscle car, and this loaded V8 drop-top was treated as a collectable from day one. So if you're looking to find true time capsule presentation, you may never find another one that even comes close to this instant classic.
This car has averaged less than 240 miles annually. That's barely enough to leave our showroom to go to the Talladega Superpeedway and come back once a year! So yes, this car really has barely ever left the garage. That's why the body panels continue to hang with such precision, the headlights fit flush, and the well-integrated spoiler has a crisp distinction. The Arctic White paint even retains a nice factory-applied gloss. We particularly like the choice of color because this one has a very formal look when combined with the clean black folding roof and factory blackout rear panel. So it's like this final-year Firebird is wearing a tuxedo to its going away party. After all, since Pontiac has left us, it's pretty much a guarantee that this will stand as the final Trans Am forever. And even the best tux needs bright cufflinks, so we're glad to see this was ordered with the optional polished 16-inch alloys.
Because this one looks so good with the black folding roof, you'll be quite happy to see the Ebony black interior - so you can have a great color combo with the top up or down. Deeply sculpted leather buckets are supportive enough for the spirited driving that this car encourages, and you get to power adjust it to the ideal driving position. In fact, as the top-of-the-line machine, you get a ton of great features. That means power locks, dual airbags, anti-lock brakes, tilt wheel, cruise control, and keyless entry/alarm. The factory stereo is the premium Monsoon AM/FM/CD with seven-band equalizer and steering wheel controls. But the features we know you'll love the best are the power windows and power convertible top. When used together, you don't have to leave the driver's seat to go from enclosed comfort to a wind-in-your-hair experience. And because the air conditioning is blowing cold, you can do this all through the summer season.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching fuel-injected V8. The LS1 was the kind of small-block that got all of us instantly excited from day one. More refined, lighter, and more powerful than its predecessor, it pushed the T/A well past the 300 hp barrier. Just like the rest of the car, it has been preserved to day one status, right down to the decals. Even the undercarriage looks exceptional, and it includes what looks to be factory markings. But when you do add miles to the ultra-low odometer, you will be rewarded with a truly great driving experience. The four-speed automatic transmission is great for overdrive cruising or quick kick-downs for a performance run. Plus, there's plenty of control with four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and sway bars front & rear.
A collectable like this needs the right documentation, and so the sale comes with the original window sticker and owner's manual packet. Plus, there's a car cover so you can properly care for this classic. So if you understand how significant it is to have the last in the line of great Trans Ams preserved to this low-mileage quality, then you know this is a fleeting opportunity. Call today!!!
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