1971 Pontiac Firebird Formula 455HO Muscle Car

1971 Pontiac Firebird Formula, 455c.i. 4BBL H.O. (#s Matching) 335 H.P. V8 (YE Coded), turbo 400 Automatic (#s Matching) Transmission, 10 Bolt Rear w/ 3.08 Posi-Trac, P. Steering, P. Disc Brakes, Stock AM Radio w/ Separate AM/FM/CD, Full Gauge Package to Include Tach, Rear Spoiler, Factory Air Conditioning, Remote Sport Mirrors, Functional Factory Ram Air Hood, Dual Exhaust, Buckets/Console, Rear Window Defogger, Seat Belts, Correct Nordic Silver Exterior (Paint Code-13), Correct Black Vinyl Interior (Trim Code-209), Pontiac Ralley II Wheels w/ Radial Tires, Appears to have Original Floors, Quarters, & Fenders, California Built Car, Nice Chrome & Finish, PHS Documentation, Appears to be Pretty Original, One of Only 321 Formula 455 H.O. Birds Produced in 1971! VERY RARE Hard to Find Classic Muscle Car!!

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For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/mfm4wrm As a documented, numbers-matching classic that's equipped with factory air conditioning and an exceedingly rare cassette player, this stunning Firebird is the very definition of investment grade. And if you're looking for a no excuses, restoration-fresh muscle car to anchor your high end collection, it's your next #1! Assembled in Norwood, restored by Muscle Car Alley and featured in the April 2013 edition of High Performance Pontiac, this concours-level F2 is a spectacular national award winner. The car's rounded body was fairly straight when its restoration began and, given its distinct lack of rust, displays excellent gaps and rock-solid fit. That body's super smooth finish is a product of extensive media-blasting and hours of block-sanding. And once PPG epoxy, two coats of DuPont primer, DuPont sealer and four coats of DuPont Cardinal Red were topped with glossy DuPont ChromaClear, intermittent wet-sanding and a little 3M polish brought this 'bird to life. Hoist the car's bright red hood and you'll find an original, 455 cubic inch High Output V8 which hides a correct 485428 casting number and February (B) 23rd (23) of 1971 (1) casting date behind a correct, 4-speed-specific "WC" suffix stamp and authentic 129615 partial VIN. Back in the early 70s, government-mandated emissions standards ensured the muscle car era was coming to an abrupt end. And many of the models that virtually owned the streets not even five years earlier were, unfortunately, in their final days of production. Luckily, the gearheads at Pontiac kept the faith and continued to offer multiple performance options which still created the kind of torque-rich power that buyers had come to crave. Displacing roughly 7.5 liters, this Pontiac's buff mill was one of the largest and most powerful engines you could buy in 1971; and by utilizing a nodular crank, cast connecting rods and original 197 heads, it continues to churn out a solid 335 horsepower and 480 lb./ft. of stump-pulling torque! Behind that monster motor, an original Muncie 4-speed displays a familiar 3925661 casting number and correct partial VIN in front of a Muncie (P) M22 ( C ) assembled on January (A) 21st (21) of 1971 (1) assembly stamp. That stalwart gearbox spins a correct 10-bolt rear end around original 3.42 gears that do a great job on both the back roads and interstate. Below that stellar powertrain, a rebuilt suspension hangs correct spiral shocks, NOS bushings and standard issue power front disc and rear drum brakes around correct power steering and factory sway bars. And all this road ready hardware rolls on original Pontiac Rally II wheels which spin correct F70-14 Firestone Wide Oval Super Sports s around pristine "PMD" branded center caps. In terms of interior décor, there's no disputing the simplistic beauty of this Pontiac's design. The car's rebuilt high-back seats are supple, firm, and look every bit as nice as factory-fresh fodder. Between those seats, a molded black console anchors a chrome Hurst shifter and small power window switches in front of a new-for-1971 cassette player. And in front of the driver, a silver-trimmed steering wheel spins around a wood grain instrument panel, optional rally gauges and a correct Delco stereo. This investment grade Formula is a fast, rare and extremely impressive example of America's coolest pony car. Don't miss your chance to take home a world class Pontiac. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!