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Auburn Spring | Lot 3077

1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

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$70,400 USD | Sold

United States | Auburn, Indiana

13 May 2017


  • 455-cid V-8 engine
  • Four-speed automatic transmission
  • Meticulously frame-off restored in 2004 with correct over-spray and factory markings
  • Reported to be an original owner car with original bill of sale
  • Grand Champion at Pontiac Oakland Club International for three years
  • Air conditioning
  • Optional Honeycomb wheels

Pontiac introduced the second generation Firebird in 1970. The cars were only offered in coupe configuration but over the course of second generation production Pontiac offered numerous special appearance packages, popular for the time period. For 1971, Pontiac offered five variations of the Firebird, the rarest of which was the Trans Am with only 2,116 examples produced.

This 1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am is reported to be an original owner car that has benefitted from a frame-off restoration completed in 2004. The meticulous restoration went as far as duplicating the correct over-spray and factory markings. The high attention to detail was noted as the car is a three-time champion with Pontiac Oakland Club International – Junior Champion 2010, Senior Champion 2011 and Gold Champion 2013. The car is powered by a 455-cid High Output V-8 engine, which is paired to a four-speed automatic transmission. Power equipment on the car includes windows, steering and brakes. The interior is completed in blue with bucket seats, console, AM/FM radio and air conditioning. Included with the car is the original bill of sale and documentation of the restoration.

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