Lot 116 - 1995 Pontiac Firebird
|Odometer reading||49,179 miles|
|Result||Sold - £2,016|
The Pontiac Firebird was built by the Pontiac division of General Motors between 1967 and 2002. The Firebird was introduced the same year as its platform-sharing cousin, the Chevrolet Camaro. This coincided with the release of the 1967 Mercury Cougar, which shared its platform with another pony car, the Ford Mustang. The Pontiacs were, for the most part, powered by various V8 engines of different GM divisions. While primarily Pontiac-powered until 1977, Firebirds were built with several different engines from nearly every GM division until 1982 when all Pontiac engines were dropped in favour of corporate units. The fourth-generation Firebird amplified the aerodynamic styling initiated by the previous generation. While the live rear axle and floorpan aft of the front seats remained largely the same, ninety percent of the Firebird's parts were all-new. Major improvements included standard dual airbags, four-wheel anti-lock brakes, 16-inch wheels, rack-and-pinion power steering, short/long-arm front suspension, and several non-rusting composite body panels. Throughout its fourth generation, trim levels included V6-powered Firebird, and V8-powered Formula and Trans Am.
Offered in Fire Red with black trim, this well kept V6 engine Firebird is a manual example and largely untouched and in original condition. Showing just over 49,000 miles, we are informed this car recently drove through France and performed impeccably. Offered with a new MoT valid until August 2018 with no advisories a good example of American muscle without the V8 fuel bills.
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