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  • 2002 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am in Dark Blue
    63,893 miles
    Stock photo © EVOX Images
    Dealer:  (1)
    48.1 mi away
    Stock# P2137A


    Est. Loan: $304/mo

    Chelsea Chevrolet Buick - Chelsea / Michigan

    Located 48 miles away from Detroit, MI

    Dealer Review:

    Chelsea chevy was able to get me the vehicle I wanted at a very affordable price. Matt Urbanowicz our salesmen was extremely helpful and great to deal with.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2002 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am with Rear Bench Seats, Power Driver Seat, 2nd Row Bucket Seats, Fold Flat Rear Seats, Alarm.
    Engine: 8-cylinders
    Drive Wheel Configuration: rear wheel drive
    19 Combined MPG (16 City/23 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No
    Listed since: 10-15-2018

  • 1999 Pontiac Firebird Base
    137,765 miles
    Dealer:  (0)
    16.6 mi away
    Stock# 282711523


    Est. Loan: $123/mo

    Sterling Heights Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram - Sterling Heights / Michigan

    Located 17 miles away from Detroit, MI

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 1999 Pontiac Firebird Base.
    Engine: 6-cylinders
    Drive Wheel Configuration: rear wheel drive
    21 Combined MPG (17 City/28 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2002 Pontiac Firebird Formula
    37,945 miles
    Dealer:  (4)
    12.9 mi away
    Stock# 275366648

    Not Listed

    Telegraph Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram - Taylor / Michigan

    Located 13 miles away from Detroit, MI

    Dealer Review:

    Very helpful professional got the job done very relentlessly he says what an how he would help me an he came though I bought a lot of cars over the years but now only Peter he the best I highly Recommend him

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2002 Pontiac Firebird Formula with Rear Bench Seats, Power Driver Seat, Fold Flat Rear Seats, 2nd Row Bucket Seats.
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: rear wheel drive
    19 Combined MPG (16 City/23 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

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Nice, Fun, and Reliable Daily Driver
When you buy one that was cared for and well maintained anyway. I was lucky enough to buy mine from the second owner and himself as well as the first owner were OCD about maintenance just like me, and I suspect also like myself they never abused the car. This is important for any car but especially on one that has the power to break things via neglect or abuse. The LT1 is a great motor and the Borg Warner T-56 is a great transmission, great low end torque and the transmission shifts out smoothly. Engine revs out nicely and the powerband is everywhere. Fuel economy is good shifting out between 2,000-2,500 and 5/6th are .74 and .50 respectively so you more or less idle doing anything under 55 mph, I average mid-upper 20's using 93. Opti-Spark is blown out of proportion with revised versions and can make it 200K miles without missing a beat. Clutch engagement and feel is nice, somewhere between my Miata and Celica in terms of effort. The transmission shift feel is ok stock, but a Core Shifters short stick makes it what it should've been from the factory for $30. The stock sealed beam headlights suck, but a Hella ECE H4 conversion with an upgraded relay harness and you're meeting/exceeding modern halogen setups for around $100. Also I can't overstate how important getting rid of the stock DeCarbon shocks for some Koni, Bilstein, or KYB shocks is, ride and handling are improved immensely with just that. The ride is comfortable and handling is good for what it is with the DeCarbons long gone, of course get into UMI, MWC, and Strano suspension parts and they can be very competent handlers along with putting on some good tires. At times you forget the car has a solid axle but in hard(especially left hand) cornering and/or over rough roads you're reminded but so long as you keep it in mind and drive accordingly it's a non-issue. The car is nice and quiet going down the road, no squeaks and rattles and nice solid feel. Which it's the hardtop but they're all cutout for T-tops in the fourth gen from the factory so no difference in terms of chassis rigidity, but NVH is definitely better as my father had a same year Z28 with T-tops and it wasn't as quiet or rattle free. A/C is nice and cold even in hot and humid climates and the heat works great as well though it rarely gets below freezing here, blower fan output is good to great. The biggest complaint I have and where a lot of people like to knock fourth gens is the interior, first let me say for the time period and for what it was it's actually pretty nice and really no worse than comparable imports of the time. Further adding to the that the carpet and the seats are very nice, the cloth material for the seats is nice and high quality(yet they cheaped out on the vinyl/leather) and the seats are comfortable and fairly supportive. Interior plastic panels are good and standard fare, except for one...the dash. The dash is downright frustrating, mine was nice except for one small crack when I got it and I made the mistake of removing it to reinforce and prevent cracking. Total nightmare I'm still trying to sort, but in their defense NA6 Miatas, S13 240SXs, and some same year BMWs just to name a few also have crap dashboards so it's not just them unlike how some would have you believe. All in all probably the best car I've owned, but I attribute a lot of that to the great previous owners. Find a nice one that's been taken care of and you can't go wrong, well so long as it's the 6-speed anyway.
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