[FOR SALE] 1999 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am LS1 [FOR SALE] Details in description

5.7L V8 (307 HP) 45,000 miles! WS9 and LS1 Automatic transmission Silver exterior/grey interior Update April 11th, 2017: Pictures added This car is Currently for sale. I'm asking $12,000 for the car or best reasonable offer. Since this video was made, the red accents on the car have been removed. There are a few scratches in the paint that are barely noticeable. As far as the interior goes, it is very clean except for the interior door panels, which have been slightly paled from sun damage and are also cracked. This is a very common issue with this generation firebird and you will see this on almost any firebird you see at a car show. The only other issue is the left side window motor will sometimes act up. The car currently has 45,000 miles on it and still runs great. Included with this car are all 4 original wheels, two of which also come with brand new tires. For anyone who wants more information or wishes to inquire about purchasing of the vehicle, you can contract me at Newsand789@gmail.com. Please do not contact me with any unsolicited offers or services. In Short: -$14,000 or best offer -Includes all 4 original wheels, 2 of which have brand new tires. -45,000 miles -Vehicle Located in Massachusetts, USA -Pictures at http://imgur.com/a/Gyoch -Contact me at Newsand789@gmail.com

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