Introduced for 1969, the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am quickly attained automotive hero status thanks to its combination of head-turning style, ripping performance and athletic handling. Pontiac celebrated the Trans Am with special anniversary editions that were produced throughout the car’s production. Here we have a 1999 Trans Am 30th Anniversary edition. Paying homage to the first Trans Am, the 30th features white paint with dual blue stripes on the hood and rear deck (just like a ’69 T/A), as well as blue-tinted alloy wheels and of course specific emblems. Inside, white leather seats with 30th anniversary embroidery complete the special vibe of this iconic Pontiac. Only 1,600 30th Anniversary Trans Am were produced – 1,065 coupes and 535 convertibles. This one here is one of those rare rag tops. The T/A has only 41k miles and has obviously been pampered. Look over the car and you could swear it’s a 3-, not 23-year-old car. The body, top and paint are immaculate and a set of 19-inch aftermarket chrome wheels wearing Nitto high-performance tires complete the Trans Am’s razor sharp curb appeal. Note that the original wheels wearing Nitto high-performance tires go with the car. A clean Carfax report accompanies the car. Inside, the white leather upholstery looks great and the front buckets feature multiple adjustments, including lumbar support. The factory “Monsoon” 8-speaker, AM/FM/CD audio system with its graphic equalizer is still in the car. The leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob add to the sporty feel of this muscle-bound sports car. Of course, the Trans Am is loaded with power everything, A/C and cruise control. Did we mention that this fantastic Firebird also packs the optional “WS-6” performance package? That means functional hood scoops (“Ram Air”), 17-inch (versus standard 16-inch) alloy wheels, a low-restriction dual exhaust, power steering fluid cooler and a sport-tuned suspension. Being a Trans Am means a limited slip differential as well as 4-wheel antilock disc brakes are also part of the spec sheet. Considered seriously underrated at 320 horsepower, the Trans Am’s 5.7-liter LS1 V8 launches the car to 60 mph in just 5.3 seconds and runs down the quarter mile in just 13.5 seconds. That’s quick enough to embarrass most any late 1960s to early 1970s muscle car. And unlike most of them, it can corner and stop extremely well too! To state the obvious, wheeling this six-speed, Ram Air Trans Am around is almost too much fun. For more information or to schedule time to see this rare and beautiful 30th Anniversary Trans Am convertible, just give us a call at 603-627-5595. Financing is offered through our approved lender, interesting trades are welcome and enclosed shipping can be arranged.
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