by Kelly on May 26, 2009 Vehicle: 1991 Pontiac Firebird
I bought my GTA when it was less than a year old and been in love with it ever since. I had an 86 Firebird that I liked but it is no comparison to this baby. The V-8 engine is a must in a car like this as well as the manual transmission, no automatic here. My bird has been neglected for the last couple of years but is not in the process of coming back from the ashes to his former magnificence.
by regal15m on May 14, 2008 Vehicle: 1991 Pontiac Firebird
I really can't complain about the TA GTA. I got a great car for the price I paid for it.($250) It has awesome handling for a car with the power plant it has under the hood.(5.0 TPI) You stomp the gas, you are gonna go. The only really big complaint I have with it is that it doesn't handle too well on rain slicked roads.
by Olen on May 23, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Pontiac Firebird
This car can go fast, handle turns, and
fuel economy is good. So far no
mechanical or body work, other rhan
normal service. It has 145,000 miles
and still runs strong and is a real
tight clean car without the usual F
body rattles and squeaks. Would highly
reccomend to anyone.
Pontiac takes great pains to reduce the number of squeaks and rattles in the Firebird. Body has been stiffened for a tighter feel. Performance Equipment Group is available on Formula and Trans Am coupes, and boosts tuned-port 5.0-liter to 230 horsepower.
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