LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1999 Pontiac Trans Am 30th Anniversary
In 1999 Pontiac Motor Division celebrated the 30th anniversary of the longest-running production muscle car ever built: the Firebird Trans Am. They built the 30th Anniversary edition in Arctic White paint with narrow blue stripes that recalled the original Trans Am of 1969, while blue-anodized alloy wheels and 30th Anniversary badges updated the look. Inside, white leather upholstery, a numbered identification plate, embroidered accents and virtually every factory-available feature left little doubt of the 30th Anniversary model’s special status. At its heart, the 1999 30th Anniversary Special Edition Firebird Trans Am marked a return to naturally aspirated V-8 power—rather than the turbocharged V-6 of 1989’s 20th Anniversary model—in the form of the all-aluminum 346/320 HP GM LS1 engine with functional ram-air induction.
This 30th Anniversary Trans Am is one of only 175 convertibles equipped with the 6-speed manual transmission and Hurst shifter. Sold new at W.A. Golden Pontiac Cadillac in Reading, PA this T/A has always been stored in a climate-controlled garage since it left the showroom floor. Having led a hugely pampered life in its 21 years, the car has only seen only 1,118 miles, keeping it in very close-to-new condition. Anniversary Trans Ams were very well equipped with power steering, power 4-wheel disc brakes, the WS6 performance package, power windows, power locks, a power convertible top, power mirrors, AM/FM stereo with CD player and graphic equalizer, cruise control and an ocean of other features, placing the car at the top of the food chain. Documenting this ultra-rare Trans Am is the original window sticker, manuals, dealer brochure, two keys, a special 30th anniversary booklet and more.
Ultra-Rare, highly equipped and well-kept, this low-mileage, 1999 Pontiac Trans Am 30th Anniversary Edition is infused with heritage and handsomely marks the peak of American performance.