1977 Pontiac Firebird

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Mileage20,335 Miles
EngineEngine: 6.0 liter V8 LS2 engine made by GM for use in performance vehicles and sports cars. Part of GM’s Gen IV was first introduced in the 2005 Chevrolet Corvette C6, Chevrolet SSR & Pontiac GTO. LS2’s aluminum cylinder block casting, powder-metal connecting rods, as well as hypereutectic cast Flat Top aluminum-alloy pistons. LS2 Cast Aluminum cylinder heads almost identical to the LS6 engine, right down the “243” stamp in the castings. Both have the same 65cc combustion chambers.
Body Style2dr Hardtop Coupe
Exterior ColorWhite 2 tone blue stripes
Interior ColorBlack

The best of both worlds. Older & New! 1 owner car!

1977 Pontiac Formula, LS2 V8 Engine, stroked and putting out 567 Horsepower, 6 Speed Automatic Transmission, 4 wheel Willwood Disc Brakes, RTS tuned suspension with upgraded Hotchkiss parts, Factory AC car upgraded to Vintage Air Conditioning, Detroit Speed mini tub kit with sub frame connectors, narrowed W6 Trans Am Rear End, Ride Tech Air Ride, Billet Wheels Original Title. Functional cool induction hood scoops. Rear window defrost. Extra wide back tires plus the rest off the suspension and transmission upgrade “help” keep the HP to the pavement.

Paint and exterior

Nice code 11 Cameo White 2 stage paint. 2 tone blue stripes around the bottom edge of car and 1/2 way around the taillights. Blue and Black mini screaming Eagle on truck flare. Front spoiler.

Upholstery and interior

Beautiful faux wood grain dash. Large Tach combination with small clock. Deep, plush double stitching Black interior w Bucket Seat and Console. Very good condition. Deep plastic storage bins on Door Panels. Manual adjustable driver’s side door mirror.


Original Engine: No

See above


Mileage since car was resto moded in 2 stages


Then LS conversion


6 Speed Automatic Transmission

GM SuperMatic 6L80-Series 6 Speed Automatic Transmission. Exceptional Torque Developed with upgraded internal components, Chevrolet Performance’s 6 speed automatic transmission has a massive torque rating of 650 lb.-ft. – a 45 percent increase.


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