Nothing gets a Pontiac fan panting like a Firebird Trans Am Super Duty.
Briefly available for just two years in the early 60’s and again in 1973 and ’74, the latter Super Duty is seen as the one of the last bastions of big-horsepower before the muscle car era was strangulated by new emission standards introduced in the 70’s.
If you’ve ever salivated at the chance of owning one of these rare Ponchos, now is your chance to head over to eBay and place a bid on a pristine 1974 Firebird Super Duty, just 1 of 731 Trans Am Super Duties built that year equipped with the Turbo-Hydramatic 400 three-speed automatic transmission, according to the seller.
Under the hood you’ll get the original 455 cubic-inch Pontiac V8, which has been enlarged to 462 cubic-inches thanks to an overbore. All in, this Poncho puts out a hefty 392 hp.
As you can tell this Firebird is no rust bucket. The seller claims it was treated to a $110,000 back in 2010 and wears period-correct Admiralty Blue paint and correct Blue interior.
The fact that this numbers-matching Super Duty features all the receipts, a restoration summary and even the Pontiac Historic Services paperwork, is just icing on the cake.
This just might be your ticket if you dream of winning the Pontiac Nationals: All you need is $110,000 and an eBay account.