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2001 Black Pontiac Firebird Formula(V8)

  • Street: Tiger Hole
  • City: Jacksonville
  • State: Florida
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 32216
  • Listed: November 13, 2013 9:37 am
  • Expires: This ad has expired
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I’m trying to sell this car ASAP! This car has had many upgrades including all new pioneer speakers and a pioneer CD/MP3 set. Dark 5% tint professionally installed about a year ago by Tint Specialists on St. Johns Bluff. All New Iridium spark plugs with new spark plug wires.

Almost new, ceramic, top of the line brakes(about 10K on them), with red calipers. Stock Chrome Rims, Stock Dual exhaust.
Brand new Battery from AutoZone(bought this month), Brand New ignition and key($550 worth of work, also done this month) by David Maus Chevrolet in Sanford Fl.

Tires are Raptors with 50% tread left. Just had an oil change, Several new Bulbs, K&N Cold Air Intake and Filter installed about 15k miles ago, O2 sensors changed out then as well.

New Shocks and Struts professionally installed at 88K miles. New Factory OEM GM Sun Visors installed ($155). The Driver side window motor went out and that has been replaced with factory parts.

Comes with spare bulbs, spare fuses, embroidered ‘PONTIAC’ seat belt covers, XR Steering wheel cover and the special nut driver to take off the security nut off the tires. I also had 2 custom red flaming phoenixs decals made which I stuck on the sides of the car(as seen in the pictures).
Now for the Con’s it does have some scratches and some little dings, nothing too bad tho.

The dashboard board cover cracked, so I removed it and have a towel up there, you an replace this for $150, the middle console lid is also going out, it’s functional but worn, you can buy replacement ones on Ebay(used $60, new $180).
The radio antenna normally retracts when the car is off, the motor went bad in mine leaving it permanently up for now, the radio still works just fine but the motor needs to be replaced to have it retracting again, that costs about $150 mostly for the labor.

And that’s it, oh and the T-tops do not leak at all.
My reason for selling is, I bought a newer Silverado and I need to sell this car to recoup my finances.
You can look up the kelly blue book value for a private sale, I did and it’s value is(not including all those upgrades)

Excellent: $9,403, Very Good $9,078, Good $8,878, and Fair: $8,028.
I put this car’s condition as ‘very good’ so I have the price $2,100 less than it’s worth.
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Only email me if you are serious.

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