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FS - 98 Firebird T/A

Posted: Thu Aug 14, 2008 6:00 pm Post subject: 98 Firebird Trans Am (Pictures added August 18)

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Listing for a buddy! This is an extremely well cared for car! High mileage but no worries!

PRICE: $8,500


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Contact: Bill Mason
647 293 2455
[email protected]


SPECIFICATIONS:

Model: Trans Am (381 Trans Am in Canada in 1998)

Engine: LS1 – 346 cu. in. (5.7 l)

Transmission: T56 – 6 speed (MN6)

Colour: Red-Orange metallic paint (96)
(One of 7 Trans Am’s in Canada in 1998 this colour)

Interior: Medium neutral leather (52)

Options: Traction control
Articulating seats (6-way power on driver’s seat, adjustable lumbar & bolsters on passenger seat)

Built: May 1998

Mileage: Approximately 324,000 km’s

Emissions Test & Safety Inspection Emissions test passed – July 23, 2008
Safety inspection completed and passed – July 24, 2008

MODIFICATIONS:

Engine: SLP cold air intake
K&N filter
Clear air filter lid
“Shorty” BBK headers
MSD coil packs
GM power steering cooler
SLP fan switch
Harlan shift light
Modified Corvette fuel rail covers

Drivetrain: Hurst billet shifter
B&M Hammerhead shifter handle (ergonomic shape)
CAGS eliminator
BMR torque arm
Torsen limited slip differential
Richmond 4:10 gears (with SLP speed processor for speedometer correction)
TA girdle differential cover (with stud kit)
Stud kit for differential carrier bearing caps
Blueprinted transmission with carbon fiber backed synchro rings
Energy Suspension poly transmission mount

Exhaust: SLP dual-dual with custom stainless steel tips
New catalytic converters (fall 2007)

Brakes: Earl’s braided stainless steel flexible brake lines (6 lines)
PowerSlot slotted rotors on the front
Hawke HPS brake pads
Synthetic brake fluid (DOT 4 – approx. 421 Deg F wet boiling point)
Two colour (red/yellow) painted calipers (BREMS two-part coating)

Wheels/Tires: OEM 17 x 9 inch WS6 styled polished aluminum wheels
275/40 ZR 17 Goodyear GS-D3’s

Suspension: Global West springs front & rear adjustable ride height kit
Global West springs – 650 lb/in (2.5 in ID) front and 160 lb/in rear
Global West upper control arms (with poly bushings)
SLP valved Bilstein shock absorbers
Energy Suspension polyurethane bushings for lower control arms
Front Bel-tech 35 mm solid anti-sway bar (with poly bushings)
Rear 1LE 21 mm solid anti-sway bar
RK Sport solid aluminum adjustable panhard bar (with Heim joints)
Spohn adjustable lower control arms (with poly bushings)
Spohn relocation brackets for lower control arms
Non-factory front-end alignment
- Positive 4 -4 ˝ deg caster
- Negative 0.5 deg camber
- Zero toe
Body: Hotchkis strut tower brace
SLP double diamond bolt-in sub-frame connectors
Invisible mask on front end, headlight doors and hood
Window tint (titanium) 20% back window, 35% side windows
Black reflective vinyl applique lettering – “Pontiac” on back, and “Trans Am” on sides
PIAA driving lights (in brake ducts)
Quartz halogen replacement driving lights (in place of stock fog lights)
Gas pedal extender (for heel & toeing)
Aluminum pedal covers (clutch & brake)
Stock and FireHawk floor mats
Delphi XM radio (non-active)
Fiamm air horn
Front end (bumper, hood, & fenders) re-painted July 2007


Comments:
The body of the car is immaculate. There are no dents, dings or scrapes. The interior is also exceptionally clean with no rips, tears or stains. The car looks new and drives like new. No expense has been spared on its upkeep. The car is routinely shown at cruises and car shows.
Normal maintenance for the car includes:
- the cooling system has been flushed and re-filled every second year.
- The braking system has been flushed every year.
- The transmission and differential fluids have been changes every year.
- Undercarriage cleaned and detailed every year.
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