Pontiac Firebird 1984


Length 4,867 mm (191.6 in
Width 1,839 mm (72.4 in)
Height 1270 mm (50.0 in)
Wheelbase 2,565 mm (101 in)
Front track 1,542 mm (60.7 in)
Rear track 1,565 mm (61.6 in)50
Trunk 348 to 881 dm³ (12.3 to 31.1 cu ft)
Weight 1,300 to 1,581 kg (2,866 to 3,486 lbs)
power plant
151 cu in (2.5 L) inline-4 engine
173 to 191 cu in (2.8 to 3.1 L) 60º V6
231 cu in (3.8 L) 90º V6
305 to 350 cu in (5 to 5.7 L) 90º V8
Power 88 to 250 hp (89 to 253 hp) (66 to 186 kW)
Torque 132 to 340 lb ft (179 to 461 N m)
Brakes 305 mm (12.0 in) ventilated discs with brake booster (front) 297 mm (11.7 in) (rear)
G Eagle Gatorback P245/50 ZR 16 x 8 in (40.6 x 20.3 cm) Wheels
4 or 5 speed manual transmission
3 or 4 speed automatic
Top speed 162mph (261km/h)
Acceleration 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 4.6 seconds (1989 TTA)
Consumption 16 mpgAm (14.7 L/100 km; 6.8 km/L) (city) 24 mpgAm (9.8 L/100 km; 10.2 km/L) (highway) 19 mpgAm (12.4 L /100km;8.1km/L) (combined)
Cx 0.31 (5.0 CFI)

In 1984, buyers wanted the most distinctive and rare new performance car America had to offer, so they had to look no further than the Trans Am. 1984 model anniversary edition. With only 1,500 produced and a unique exterior color scheme, it was destined to be a collector’s car. Driving an anniversary Trans Am back then, let everyone know you were part of a special club. It was the most expensive and exclusive in 1984. Despite the 1969 Trans Am, 1973-74 Trans Am Super Duty 455 and all others previously produced, in 1984 there was no other Trans Am that cost more, so for one fan this was it. the sports car to own.

With low production making these cars so scarce, many buyers paid more than sticker price to get their hands on one of these and for the Trans Am 15th Anniversary this was also the case. The 1984 Trans Am was the best sales year for the third generation from 1982-1992.

These were good times for the company as its marketing team was using the sales slogan “We Build Excitement” to attract buyers into its dealerships, with many different sports and performance models geared towards customers with various pleasures. The third generation Trans Am had been a huge success when it was launched in 1982, and even before 1984, it was still new enough to keep buyers going. Starting in 1984, on the Trans Am there was a spoiler package consisting of a lower body front air intake, side skirts, and the front plates to cover the individual grille openings. All of these elements were first seen on the 1983 Trans Am Daytona Edition Pace Car


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Is this K.I.T.T??

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Technically yes but he is specifically an ‘82 Firebird Trans Am.

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