My "new" 1991 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Convertible

Here's my 1991 Trans Am convertible that I just bought a few days ago. It's basically all original (however Exhaust was replaced with the same factory model) *LB9 305 5.0 liter Tuned Port Injection engine. *700r4 transmission (4 speed auto) *Tan leather interior with factory CD player (wow!) Needs a tune-up, vibrates pretty hard at idle (any help?) Needs new drivers side window motor (power everything by the way... except for some seat adjustments) And needs some body work (surface rust). As far as I know... this is one of 3 youtube videos that are about a 91 Trans Am convertible (correct me if I'm wrong) Only 555 were made for the 91 model year. Who knows how many are left.

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Update on the 91 Trans Am
Walk around with a little burnout at the end. :) Sorry it took me so long to upload my progress... I didn't have a camera for a while. Lots of stuff done to it since that last walkaround back in August 2009. Here's most of the stuff I did in a nutshell: *New front fenders and hood. *New front suspension rebuild *Lots of rust-killing done *Paint *New fuel injectors *AC delete Click here for the details! http://www.thirdgen.org/techboard/convertibles/557280-finally-starting-get- serious.html





Pontiac Firebird 1991 Walkaround
Mein Firebird 1991 3.1l V6





Retro Review: 1991 Pontiac Trans Am Convertible
0 to 60 in 7.8 seconds!





1982 Pontiac Firebird Transformation into KITT from Knight Rider
Having an (unhealthy) obsession with the 80's TV show Knight Rider, like many fans of the show, I had to have my own KITT. But you can't really just go out and buy these cars, so I had to build one. This video shows some of what's involved into creating KITT from Knight Rider. At least from a body work perspective. I was lucky enough to obtain an almost rust and dent free car, and after getting a few (huge) quotes from a couple of local paint shops for what is essentially a full bare metal respray, I decided to tackle the tear down myself. And with the help of a mate, who also happens to be an ex automotive painter, he worked his magic on the bodywork/spray gun side of things. I think he did a pretty good job! I'm sure you'll agree. My advice to you if your going to do one, find a black one to start with!




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