Firebird Trans Am 25th Anniversary Edition
BUILDSHEET, ORIGINAL WINDOW STICKER, $7K ORIGINAL MILES, NICE 25TH ANNIVERSARY
The Trans Am was never about being subtle, and Pontiac knew exactly what they were doing when they rolled out the special 1994 25th Anniversary edition, with its white paint and blue stripes. This incredible 7721-mile original car is one of the best you'll find anywhere, so if your performance Pontiac collection is missing a certain Anniversary model, you won't want to miss this chance.
Original cars are easy to love, and it's obvious that this car was treated as an investment from the moment it rolled off the transporter. The searing white paint with blue stripes was obviously an homage to the original Trans Am, suitably updated for the swoopy 4th generation Firebird bodywork. As soon as they got it home, it was swept away into protected storage and never taken out when the weather was even hinting at rain. Of course, over the course of two decades, you can't blame a guy for taking this V8 pony car out for a spin now and again, but each time it was driven, it was wiped down and carefully tucked away again. The result is a car that still looks almost new in every way, with clear decals that aren't peeling to factory paint that shines so well you'll swear it's fresh. The urethane bumpers were always vulnerable to chips and cracks, but you don't see that here, and even the rocker panel moldings haven't seen much action behind those fat Goodyears. If you want well-preserved, they don't come much better than this.
The interior is the same story, 100% original and very well preserved. You can imagine the headaches involved in keeping a white interior looking fresh, but the seats still sparkle brightly and show off their '25th Trans Am' embroidery. The black carpets, door panels, and dash are like new and as you'd expect, everything works. These cars came loaded with just about every feature Pontiac could come up with, including power windows and locks, A/C, a tilt wheel, cruise control, and a thumping AM/FM/CD stereo system that still rocks the house. The Excitement Division was all about buttons back in the '90s, so there are controls for the stereo on the steering wheel, and plenty of little things to fiddle with on the center stack. T-tops were standard on the hardtops, and their seals are still supple and soft, and our photo session might be one of the only times that they've ever been off the car. The hatch area offers plenty of storage and shows exactly zero wear.
All Anniversary cars got a 350 cubic inch LT1 V8. The factory suggested that it was de-tuned from its Corvette origins, but performance numbers suggest otherwise. Being one of the most easily-modified V8s in history, it's important that a survivor like this still has all its original components, right down to the belts and hoses. All the factory tags, decals, and markings were carefully preserved, since that's really the point of a car like this, and the undercarriage looks like it did a few minutes after arriving home from the dealership in 1994. A 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission was one of the lone options, and all Anniversary cars got special color-matched alloy wheels with 245/45/16 Goodyear GS-C radials, which are still in place.
Documented with original paperwork, window stickers, bill of sale, and a build sheet, this investment-grade Anniversary Trans Am is the very definition of authentic. Call today!
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- Engine Size
- 5.7 Liter V8
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Automatic
- Body Color
- Body Style
- 7,721 (Actual)
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- Seat Material
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- Center Console