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The first of the last Firebirds.

We see a lot of classic cars that have either been locked away with no miles or, on the flip side of that coin, have been abused and survive in rough condition. This 1994 Pontiac Trans Am is an example of a collectible car that has been enjoyed over the years but also well cared for. Sure, the odometer is creeping up on 100,000 miles, but you wouldn’t be able to tell that by the overall condition of this anniversary edition Trans Am.

The 1994 model year was ushered in the all-new fourth-gen Firebird body, which also proved to be the last generation of this beloved car. That year also proved to be the Trans Am’s 25th anniversary, so this special edition model was created in the same white and blue paint scheme as the 1969 Trans Am. All of these Trans Ams were painted the same and had distinctive badges and embroidered logos, but according to the listing, just 879 were equipped with t-tops.

As clean as this car looks both inside and out, it’s a surprise that the odometer reads just under 95,000 actual miles. It’s clear that this Trans Am has not only been garage kept since it was new but it’s also been treated and maintained well with no signs of wear on the seats, a super clean engine compartment and no modifications. This car still has the factory AM/FM/cassette radio!

This beautiful ‘Bird will cross the auction block at Raleigh Classic Car Auctions’ Summer 2020 Raleigh Classic, which takes place August 21-22, and you can forget about calling a transport company as this is definitely the kind of car you’ll want to drive home.

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