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Friday, October 2, 2009

2000 Pontiac Trans Am Firehawk 5.7 litre MFI V8 -Muscle Car For Sale (Click Here)


A 2000 Firehawk, with only 5300 one owner miles on it? And it’s a six speed and mint? This won’t last long! That’s like getting the chance to buy one new all over again!

Black could have been the mandatory color on Firehawks and not too many would have objected. The crew at SLP Engineering did an awesome job heaping additional style and attitude on top of Pontiac’s premier muscle ride, and it looks all the better in deep black. With only 5300 miles on the odometer the finish is as close to perfect as you'll find. The original Firehawk-specific chrome wheels and Firestone tires are like new and the glass is perfect. This car was put away for nice days only, was stored winters and spared raindrops.

Put the car on a lift and you’ll find no surprises. This car is as clean as clean gets with all original components. The steering and brakes are perfect and every electrical device down to the license plate light works as it should. Many of these cars are high mile, clapped out daily drivers and it’s refreshing to find one that’s been cared for so well. The mileage is low enough to be a collector car but not so low that you’re afraid to drive it—it’s the best of both worlds!

Here's how the build sheet lays out the car:

192 - Ebony leather trim combination
NP5 - Leather wrapped steering wheel
41U - Black exterior
PA6 - 16 x 8" styled painted wheels
AG1 - 6 way power driver seat
QLC - 245/50ZR 16 tires
AQ9 - Reclining articulating seats
T43 - Upgraded rear spoiler
AU0 - Remote keyless entry
C60 - Air conditioning
U75 - Power antenna
CC1 - T-Tops
UA6 - Theft deterrent system
DE4 - Removable T-Top sun shades
UB3 - 150 MPH speedometer
DG7 - Power mirrors
UK3 - Steering wheel radio controls
G80 - Positraction rear axle
V12 - Power steering fluid cooler
GU6 - 3.42 rear axle ratio
W55 - Monsoon AM/FM stereo CD player
WU6 - Firehawk performance package
Y82 - Trans Am base coupe option
LS1 - 5.7 litre MFI V8
Z31 - Preliminary invoice
MN6 - 6 speed manual
U1S - Trunk mounted 12 disc CD changer
R7X - Remote keyless entry
RBS - Hurst shifter
R9P - Power windows, locks, mirrors, antenna
R6J - Quick order, Atlanta zone

Base Firehawk Alterations

- 335 HP, 5.7L LS1
- Firehawk exclusive, composite hood with functional cold air induction scoops
- Firehawk exclusive, hood mounted heat extractors
- Firehawk exclusive, under hood forced air induction system
- Firehawk front fascia badge
- Cat-Back, stainless steel, performance exhaust system with twin dual tips
- Upgraded suspension components
- 17" x 9" lightweight aluminum painted wheels
- Firestone Firehawk P275/40ZR17 SZ50EP tires
- Firehawk exterior graphics on doors and rear fascia
- Firehawk dash plaque and two Firehawk key fobs

That cost nearly $4000 over the base price. Add to that the following SLP Options:

- 17" x 9" Firehawk 5-Spoke chrome wheels
- Premium front floor mats with embroidered Firehawk logo
- Custom personalized rear deck mat
- Hurst shifter

Showroom perfect leather seats greet you as you ease inside, as do the Firehawk mats on the floor. The original carpeting is perfect, the door panels, center console and dash are perfect, and the Monsoon stereo with CD changer is loud. These cars are excellent performers with controls from the pedals to the steering wheel to the Hurst shifter falling directly to hand. We have both sets of keys and key fobs as well as both of the Firehawk key chains which sport the same logo as the one on the dash. That 150mph speedometer is no joke, either—LS1 cars like this get up and go in startling fashion!

Black on black, six speed, low mileage, one owner Firehawks in perfect condition don’t exactly fall out of trees. If you’ve been looking for a while you’ll know this! These late model T/A’s are arguably the best ones GM ever built and they’re certainly one of the fastest. GM almost certainly won’t build any more, either—this could be your last chance to buy a “new” Trans Am!

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1 comment:

  1. im very intersted. how much do you want for it? and where is it?