Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am & Formula 1970-1977 (The Ventures: Pipeline)
Some of the fastest birds on the planet! No other description is adequate. The years between 1970 and 1977 were the best, (IMO) for the Pontiac Firebird/Trans-Am/Formula. These cars are now considered classics. They dont build them like this anymore! Enthusiasts Enjoy!
Custom 1972 Pontiac Firebird - V8 sound!
Jamboolio records a fully restored 1972 Pontiac Firebird with the 350 cid
5.7L V8 engine and a stunning new paint job.
The monstrous hood scoops and huge air vents added to the all black
exterior makes it a very bad-ass looking muscle car beast! The Exhaust sound is pretty awesome too! Enjoy.
Location: 'Helsinki Cruising Night'
Helsinki, Finland 2013
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SEMA 2009 Video Coverage: 1977 Firebird Feature V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - This super-slick 1977 built by Ron Jones' Garage
features one-off wheels, an LS-7 V8, Detroit Speed suspension, and a
completely custom interior. Jones' crew and Pinkie's Hot Rods even
created aluminum inner panels, a custom steel dash, and they re-created the
rear bumper cover in steel and added a fiberglass nose. It's debuting at
the SEMA show, and you can learn all about it here!
133064 / 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am SE
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/bo38fjp
This 1977 Pontiac Trans Am is just like the one used in Smokey and The
Bandit, and if you grew up in the 70s like I did, it still makes your heart
flutter every time you see one. Not only is it like the one Burt Reynolds
drove, but it is a real 4-speed car, has just 34,581 original miles, is
fully documented including Pontiac Historic Services paperwork and full
ownership history, and is loaded with more than $2800 in original factory
options, including A/C!
And nice this one is that inky black paint is orders of magnitude better
than any 1970s factory job, which it should be since the car was treated to
a show-quality repaint in 2008 by a shop that specializes in 1975-1981
Trans Ams. The gaps and panel alignment are excellent the decals, which are
EVERYWHERE on this car, are in outstanding condition.
The motivating force behind this famous ride is the 6.6 liter V8 under the
hood (that's a 400 to us old-school muscle car guys), and the
numbers-matching lump in this Poncho is as close to factory fresh as a car
can be after 34,000 miles. All the correct bits and pieces are there, from
the hoses and clamps to the air cleaner's fresh air hose. Notice the
factory A/C and GM Corporate Blue paint, total vintage 1977 equipment. It
starts and runs perfectly, although it's awfully quiet. I'm pretty sure the
sound effects in the movie weren't made by a stock Trans Am because it sure
sounded NASTY. I'm guessing this one is just a muffler upgrade away from a
full Bandit soundtrack if that's what you're into.
Behind the engine you'll find a genuine shift-it-yourself 4-speed manual.
The rest of the chassis is par for a 34,000 mile original clean and well
maintained, but not super-glossy like a restored piece. The Exhaust looks good, the brakes work properly,
and the machined snowflake wheels with gold inserts sport 225/70/15
BFGoodrich T/A radials.
Inside there's a tan interior in place of Burt's black upholstery, and I
think I like it better. First of all, black gets seriously hot when
cruising with the T-tops off and the sun is shining. And second, it's like
a black hole in there. The tan guts on this car are bright and airy and
contrast nicely with the black and gold exterior. Looking at the driver's
seat, there's just no question that this is a low-mileage piece; there's
not a fold or crease anywhere, the pedals show no wear, and the steering
wheel looks like new.
Customers ask us: if there was one car you would buy right now and hang
onto, what would it be? Here's our current reply: this 1977 Trans Am.
This car has all the right stuff (paperwork, original drive train, original
sheet metal, color, a 4-speed) that forms the basis for an investment grade
car. Most importantly, it is arguably the most desirable single model of
THE iconic car of the 70's generation.
134626 / 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am SE
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/6tqgg3u
This fully sorted 1977 Trans Am Special Edition is a documented, numbers
matching Y82 Special Edition that features Pontiac's highly desirable W72
400 engine, a 4-speed transmission and, best of all, a fresh frame-off
Assembled at GM's famous Norwood manufacturing facility in April of 1977 as
one of only 2,699 Y82 Special Editions, this pristine black and gold Trans
Am was shipped right up Interstate 71 to Haydocy Pontiac in Columbus, Ohio
where it began a 35 year existence filled with immaculate maintenance and
impeccable care. Today, after a highly detailed frame-off restoration, it
presents as practically brand new and displays a spectacular coat of GM
code 19 Starlight Black paint on top of smooth and solid body panels which
are as straight and as the day they left the showroom floor. On top of
those cool black panels, a fresh set of Special Edition exclusive full
outlining stripes complement an awesome Special Edition exclusive gold and
matte gold trimmed 'screaming chicken' hood decal which is one of the most
iconic automotive brandings in history.
Pop the black and gold hood and you'll find this Trans Ams all original 6.6
liter W72 V8 which wears a correct 500557 casting number and a correct
27N191886 partial VIN. At 400 cubic inches, the Pontiac 6.6 litre was
already the largest engine you could buy in 1977; and by utilizing smaller
"6X" heads and a revised camshaft, it created bigger compression and
successfully reversed almost a decade of declining horsepower numbers. At the
top of the motor, a correct Rochester 4-barrel carburetor sucks air through
the cars awesome shaker scoop. Below that carburetor, original GM corporate
blue paint coats the entire block; and original Exhaust manifolds send spent gases into a high
performance factory Exhaust system.
All the hard parts around the motor, from the belt driven accessories to
the brake Booster and optional air
conditioning hanging on the fire wall are factory correct. And as expected
tags, markings and stamps are just where they should be from the date coded
core support to the cars freshly cleaned cowl tag.
At the bottom of this slick F-body, solid floorpans tell the story of years
of excellent maintenance, and a fresh rebuilt suspension tells the story of
an excellent restoration. Behind the motor, an original Borg Warner T10
4-speed transmission, which wears a correct 1304065903 casting number and a
correct 27N191866 partial VIN, sends power to an original 10 bolt rear end
which has been restored to factory specifications. Below that stellar
powertrain, a rebuilt Trans Am suspension, which includes power steering,
thicker sway bars, better shocks and stiffer springs combines with standard
issue power front disc brakes and rear drums to provide quick stops and
great handling. And at the corners of the car, restored aluminum Pontiac
snow flake wheels spin Special Edition exclusive gold paint around 'red
bird' center caps and correct GR70-15 Goodyear Steelgard white letter
Open this Trans Am's massive black doors and you'll find a fully restored
optional velour interior that wraps Special Edition exclusive gold trim in
a whole lot of old school style! The cars rebuilt seats are firm, crisp and
look every bit as nice and rich as their velour name implies. Below those
seats, like-new black carpet, which is carefully protected by factory
replacement floor mats, displays no fading or unraveling; and between the
seats, a silver trimmed console props buttons for the cars power windows
behind a chrome Hurst shifter. At the top of the car, a stain-free
headliner is stretched tight around the cars Hurst T-tops. At the sides of
the car, pitch black door panels hang pristine pull straps and new chrome
door handles below Special Edition exclusive gold badging. And in front of
the driver, an excellent looking engine turned gold dash houses crystal
clear gauges, controls for heat and air conditioning, and the cars original
Delco-GM AM/FM stereo behind a correct gold Formula steering wheel and
optional tilt steering column.
If you're in the market for a kick ass Trans Am that is the quintessential
late 70s American muscle car; here it is. Grab it fast and thank us in ten
years as you watch its value climb! Call, click or visit
http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!
1996 Pontiac Firebird 3.8 5 spd Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 1996 Pontiac Firebird. I
take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car
while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling
cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it,
start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough
tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall
appreciation of the vehicle.
1968 Pontiac Firebird Pro Touring
A 1968 Pontiac Firebird Pro Touring car I shot while at the Shades of the
Past Rod Run 2013...This was a five year build....and it shows...very nice
car...Check it out!!!...Make sure you follow me so that you don't miss any
of the other awesome cars I shot at this show!!
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