The GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present a vicious 2000 Pontiac Trans Am. This beauty comes with a black on black paint scheme complimented by a black interior. Powering this specific Firebird is the legendary GM LS1 V8 motor mated to a Borg Warner T56 manual transmission. While impressive in its stock form, this LS1 comes with a few modifications. These include an aftermarket Cam, Borla exhaust, functional Ram-Air hood, and a Vortec supercharger. These modifications dyno'ed at an amazing 507 whp and 461 ft-lbs of torque. Additional features of this bird include four-wheel disc brakes, working heat, power brakes, windows, steering, and locks. Dont miss your opportunity to own such a brilliant example of American Muscle. Please call or email us today for more information regarding this stunning example of Italian artwork.
The Pontiac Firebird was first introduced in 1967 and continued through 2002. The Trans-Am shared the platform with the Chevrolet Camaro and they were soon instant hits with the consumer. Through the years, the Trans-Am cars were powered by various four-cylinder, six-cylinder and V8 engines. The fourth-generation cars were built from 1993 through the discontinuation in 2002. This generation of the F-body continued the aerodynamic formula initiated by the previous generation. The Camaro kept the exposed headlights and the Firebird its pop-up units, with some minor changes. In 1998 the car received a facelift dominated by a new front fascia that now had four pop-up headlights vs. the two from before. It also had some other minor body changes.
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