Ad No. 38257
Start Date: Mar 17, 2014

1971 Pontiac Firebird For Sale



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Description
1971 Pontiac Firebird for sale in Columbus, OH. *LOWER PRICE*1971 Pontiac Firebird Prop Touring Resto Mod, Modified LS1 with 6 speed, pro touring susp and 13" Wilwood brakes. Less than 400 miles, turns heads everywhere you go. Must see to appreciate the 7 months of work. Body; All panels and doors removed. The car had lower quarters replaced back in the 90's so my painter stripped all the seams and filler to inspect the job. Once he was satisfied he resealed and smoothed the entire body section, removed the trim rivets from the doors, filled the emblem holes in the fenders and sanded the car until perfect. Our paint is a PPG 2010 Sunset Orange Pearl. This stuff is $1300 a gallon. 8 sided metal flakes give the car a unique look in the sun. The black stripes were painted on and the entire car was then covered is 6 coats of PPG clear. We wet sanded the car down to 5000 grit and then polished. Engine and Transmission; The LS1 engine and T56 six speed transmission were pulled from the same 1999 Camaro SS which met an unfortunate end in a ditch. I stripped the motor down to the block and had all the hard parts dipped and checked. Cylinders were honed and valve seats polished. Crank was measured and polished. I rebuilt the entire engine and installed moly rings, Texas Speed MS3 cam, double roller chain, power plus polished intake, Z06 injectors, tall polished valve covers, Kwik Performance accessory drive kit, all new accessories, dynatech long tube polished headers and much more. The trans was inspected and serviced. I installed a SPEC stage two clutch and pressure plate. A new release bearing a clutch master were also installed. Interior; The original dash pad, headliner, door panels, console and trim panels were refurbished to like new with TLC and SEM interior color matching. We installed 3/8" thick sound and heat padding under the new and correct loop carpet. The front seats are new SCAT Rally's and I installed new covers on the rear seats. The instrument panel was customized for the New Vintage custom electronic gauge pack and Vintage Air HVAC controller then painted with the body color. The console was modified to fit around the six speed shifter location and a custom shift boot was installed. I went with the retro look for the radio but it has new tech. It will connect to IPOD and MP3 USB devices. Suspension and Brakes; I went with full tubular upper and lower control arms from CPP, QA1 adjustable coil overs and a 1.25 inch Addco sway bar in the front and new leaf springs, QA1 adjustable shocks and a 1 inch sway bar in the rear. The brake set is a Wilwood 13 inch modular rotor set with 6 piston calipers up front and 4 piston out back. I went with a CPP manual master cylinder and adjustable proportioning valve to apply the pressure. This car handles and stops like a dream! Misc; We installed a full Flowmaster dual exhaust after I welded the entire front section, no leaks. All the body mounts were replaced. A new 1999 radiator and electric cooling fan set up keeps it cool. Wheels are a custom set from Lorenzo, 19x9.5 front and 20x10 rear. Tires are Nitto Invo's 255 up front 275 rear. I didn't want to go wider because it would mess up the stance. I installed Halogen H4 headlights with LED halos and the remote relay system to protect the switch from the higher load. 10 bolt rearend was rebuilt with all new parts including Eaton posi and 3.73 gear set. New door glass panels were installed along with the mounting hardware. Door seals and guides also new. I think you get the point, I could go on and on here. This is a serious car for a serious buyer. The only way you can get this much car for this price is to build one yourself and if you can do that then you know the value here. To have a shop build a car like this would be over 100k. There will be no joyrides. I will drive the car for serious buyers if requested. Please feel free to call me for more pictures, links to videos and to ask questions, I will be happy to answer them. Thank you for time! For more information, please contact Matt at 614-519-4739.

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Price $57,000.00 Make an Offer Free Vehicle Value Guide
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Make Pontiac
Model Firebird
Year
1971
Miles 400
Seller Information
Ad Number38257
Email Seller    >   >   > UltimateMP    
LocationColumbus, Ohio United States US
Zip/Mail Code43123
Telephone(614) 519-4739

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