1988 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am GTA

Condition: Used
Make: Pontiac
Model: Firebird
SubModel: Trans Am GTA
Type: Coupe
Trim: Trans Am Coupe 2-Door
Doors: 2
Year: 1988
Mileage: 80,970
VIN: 1G2FW2183JL233948
Color: Red
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Other
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States
Air conditioning, Cruise control, Power locks, Power windows

Description for Pontiac Firebird 1988

If a third-generation Trans Am can be considered a future collectable, his 1988 Pontiac Trans Am GTA would be a good choice. From any angle, t's merely an extremely well-preserved third-generation T/A in great colors with a long list of options. If you remember these cars, ou'll be happy to see this one so nicely preserved.The GTA was perhaps the ultimate expression of Pontiac performance in the '80s. V8 engine, ig tires, ig brakes, ig wing, t didn't mix words and stood unabashedly for all-out performance. The fact that the shape was still working so well more than seven years after its debut speaks highly of the original design, nd few guys will argue that this isn't a great-looking muscle car. For a car going on 27 years old, t looks great wearing gorgeous Flame Red Metallic paint (a factory-correct respray) that was applied about twenty years ago, lemish-free ground-effects, nd a reproduction carbon-fiber wing that replaces the damage-prone original. Add in the vented hood and taillights behind smoked Plexiglas, nd you get the nastiest car this side of a Corvette. None of it gives any indication of what's going on under the hood, ither, o while the GTA was the most potent F-body on the street, oday it will definitely catch folks by surprise.OK, o Pontiac was famous for their over-wrought interiors, ut that's all part of the appeal today. The deeply bolstered tan cloth buckets are supportive and comfortable, nd show the kind of gentle use that characterizes your favorite cars. The steering wheel is festooned with buttons, s is the dash, ut GM stuck to simple analog gauges that worked better for performance driving than the digital setup from just a few years earlier. Of course, eing the 1980s, here's a monochromatic gray finish on all the dash and center console surfaces, ut like the bodywork, hat was simply the fashion at the time. The GTA also came loaded with just about everything, ncluding A/C, ower windows and locks, ruise control, tilt wheel, nd power mirrors, nd of course, he automatic transmission that was the "A" part of GTA. An AM/FM/cassette stereo was part of the package, oo and it includes an '80s perfect graphic equalizer. The nicely tailored hatch area shows minimal wear and still includes the original space-saver spare and jack assembly.The 5.7L TPI V8 was a desirable engine in 1988, nd putting it in an F-body made it competitive with the mighty Mustang 5.0. With 225 horsepower on tap, t was a strong runner and the bulletproof multi-port fuel injection system is famous for torque output. The engine bay is tidy and well-maintained, ith a new alternator and the A/C upgraded to R134a refrigerant. Underneath, he 700R4 4-speed automatic shifts quickly enough to make it seem like second gear is connected to your right foot, nd it slices through traffic with ease thanks to the engine's fat torque curve. An upgraded exhaust system gives it an unbeatable exhaust note, ut that's just about the only notable deviation from OEM equipment under the skin. And for the perfect '80s look it rolls on its original gold alloys wearing 245/50/16 BFGoodrich G-Force performance radials.The ultimate low-profile high-profile car, his GTA offers something for everyone, specially if your first love is performance. Call today!