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ClassicsBe An Automatic Hero In A 1971 Pontiac Trans Am

18:20  06 june  2019
18:20  06 june  2019 Source:   motorious.com

Just Put That Hammer Down And Give It Hell In This ‘76 Trans Am

Just Put That Hammer Down And Give It Hell In This ‘76 Trans Am This 1976 Pontiac Trans Am was the first year of the famous Black Special Edition that became synonymous with Smokey and the Bandit Trans Am – a name that conjures an uncanny desire to become a legend in the name of beer and power slides. Despite the Firebird livery covering particular models of Trans Am, which represented a Phoenix, the car was affectionately dubbed as the Screaming Chicken at drag strips around the country. © Motor1.com/Hersteller 1976 Pontiac Trans Am Black Special Edition Back in the 1970’s the muscle car era was all but over.

Driving such a beast doesn’t get much easier.

Burt Reynolds' old Pontiac Trans Am replica sold for 7,500. Part of the actor's estate sale. © Motorious Chevrolet Camaro Trans Am . Unlike the second generation Trans Am , this one packs quite a punch.

Be An Automatic Hero In A 1971 Pontiac Trans Am
Be An Automatic Hero In A 1971 Pontiac Trans Am
Be An Automatic Hero In A 1971 Pontiac Trans Am
Be An Automatic Hero In A 1971 Pontiac Trans Am
Be An Automatic Hero In A 1971 Pontiac Trans Am
Be An Automatic Hero In A 1971 Pontiac Trans Am
Be An Automatic Hero In A 1971 Pontiac Trans Am
Be An Automatic Hero In A 1971 Pontiac Trans Am
Be An Automatic Hero In A 1971 Pontiac Trans Am
Be An Automatic Hero In A 1971 Pontiac Trans Am

Driving such a beast doesn’t get much easier.

Old muscle cars are a blast to drive, but for some they’re also a chore. If you want to make the experience less labor-intensive, perhaps the best way is to find something with an automatic transmission. While that might sound downright blasphemous, this 1971 Pontiac Trans Am is cool enough to look past that and realize everyone deserves a shot at enjoying classic muscle.

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This 1971 Cameo White Trans Am is one of 1231 Built that year according to the Pontiac Historical Society. It has a High Output 455 V8 with a functional Ram Air Scoop. This was the first year for the high back seats in a Trans AM , power steering power front disc brakes and power windows.

There are 7 1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Ams for sale today on ClassicCars.com. More listings are added daily. Email alerts available. 1971 Pontiac Trans Am built with 455 HO V8 producing 335 hp with an 3-speed automatic transmission.

Thanks to a recent restoration, this Trans Am has been returned to its previous splendor. That means the white paint job looks great, even under close examination. At the beginning of a classic blue stripe down the middle of the car is that memorable Firebird symbol which later graced the entire hood of many a Trans Am. The restoration preserved the factory badges. A shaker hood, dual exhaust pipes, and other details signal to observant onlookers this car means business. Most people will be hard-pressed to tell this car apart from the 1970 Trans Am, and that’s not a bad thing in the least.

Be An Automatic Hero In A 1971 Pontiac Trans Am© Motorious.com/Hersteller Be An Automatic Hero In A 1971 Pontiac Trans Am

With the switch from leaded to unleaded gasoline, the 1971 model year marked the introduction of the venerable 455ci V8. A Safe T Track differential helps keep rubber to the road for hard acceleration and smooth handling. Also helping to balance out all that power are power brakes and power steering, luxuries you don’t always get in a classic ride.

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With just half-a-year production under its belt, Pontiac decided not to tamper with the appearance of the '71 Firebird, so Trans Am was visually unaltered, though A 325-hp version of the 455 was optional in the '71 Firebird Formula, but the 335-hp 455 High Output was the only engine in the '71 Trans Am .

Not only do you get a hard-hitting performance vehicle, this Pontiac Trans Am features a nice blue interior. The seats are free of damage, as is the dash and headliner. Tilt steering column and factory air conditioning are cool luxuries. Front and rear consoles are perfect for stashing essentials like a tire gauge, snacks, etc.

While the 1971 Pontiac Trans Am looks so much like the 1970 model year, there are some big differences between the two, mainly the engine. GM only made 1,231 of these with the automatic transmission, so you’ll be hard pressed to stumble across one of these again. All Trans Ams enjoy a cult following, and once you drive one you’ll understand why since they’re a blast on the road or track. Scoop this classic before it’s gone forever.

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Walking into Rick Armijo’s garage was a bittersweet experience for Bill Avila . He had the chance to buy a very rare muscle car, but the owner, who had passed away, had been his friend."Rick was a salesman at a Pontiac dealership locally [in El Paso, Texas] for years and years. He was very knowledgeable about Pontiacs, and then he went to work at Rudolph Chevrolet, and he was the Corvette guy," Avila says. Born in 1957, Armijo's interest in muscle Pontiacs had been as high as ever before his passing. His garage at home was filled with a 1972 Trans Am and a 1969 GTO convertible.

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