2001 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am WS6
REAL WS6, 66K MILES, 5.7L, 6-SPEED, SUPER CLEAN, FUTURE COLLECTIBLE!
HIGHLIGHTS: This is a rare Y2K era performance car suited to the needs of anybody looking for a little automotive excitement when behind the wheel of a unique car. This car packs plenty American-Made homegrown horsepower under the hood thanks to a 5.7L SFI V8. Not only is this car's styling very turn of the century, it has an easily recognizable look that is very distinct compared even to its Chevrolet counterpart.
BODY OVERVIEW: The body on this Pontiac is as nice as one would expect a car with 66,000 miles to be. This car has been driven as a fun/toy vehicle, and escaped use as a teenager's daily driver. It is clear this car has not been used and abused and has truly been cared for.
PAINT CONDITION OVERVIEW: The paint is nearly as nice as the body it is wrapped around. There are some very minor chips and nicks in a couple of areas, but this is to be expected from any car that has been driven on the road. The roof bar between the rear glass and the T-tops is showing some clear cat separation though.
INTERIOR CONDITION OVERVIEW: The interior condition is very nice for a domestic car of this era. The black vinyl is a great choice against the dark blue paint. Almost surprisingly, the interior soft goods and hard plastics are all intact. All of that glorious post-Y2K technology is still functional too!
MECHANICAL OVERVIEW: This Pontiac runs smoothly and has a subtle, but menacing exhaust note. It fires up effortlessly, and sounds great. It drives and handles like...an American muscle car from the early 2000s. And boy is it a blast to drive!
WHAT YOU'LL LOVE ABOUT THIS CAR: This car embodies everything the American performance car market was chasing during the time period in which it was built. If you want a car that will capture what GM was during the late 1990s and early 2000s, this is the car for you. Also, it has T-tops!
WHAT YOU MIGHT HATE ABOUT THIS CAR: If you're not interested in anything past the 1970s being a “classic” or “collectible,” this puppy won't do it for you.
DOES IT NEED ANYTHING? A good buff would go a long way!
WHAT BUYER IS LOOKING FOR THIS CAR? Anyone who can appreciate the end of an era for American muscle cars--or the beginning of a new one will want this car. If you were a teenager in 2001, this car should be especially interesting to you!
DOES IT WORK?
Air Conditioning YES
Oil PSI Gauge YES
Temperature Gauge YES
Fuel Gauge YES
Tail Lights YES
Brake Lights YES
Reverse Lights YES
Turn Signals YES
Tire Condition: Good tread, 2014 date code
Keys – Ignition, Door & Trunk YES
Runs & Drives YES
Contact Shelton Classics & Performance for details at (704) 663-0432 or visit www.SheltonClassics.com.
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