Lightly-Modified 2002 Pontiac Trans Am is Ready for Cruising Season
Cammed LS1 with exhaust, lowered and relatively low mileage Pontiac Firebird would be a great daily driver or build basis.
LS1 cars have withstood the test of time, easily being modified to make more than enough power to deal with modern performance cars, but finding a nice 4th gen Pontiac Firebird or Chevy Camaro can be hard. Many cars in the used market have been run hard and they look it, but if you are on the hunt for a super-clean LS1 Trans Am with a manual transmission and a few key performance upgrades, we have the car for you.
This 2002 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am WS6 was posted to the LS1Tech Marketplace by “Atomic02” and while it is not stock, it is cherry and none of the mods alter the overall look of the car. This car looks stock, but it likely packs a stronger punch than your average LS1 car, so if you want a Firebird that has been lightly modified for extra power, this car might be perfect.
When the OP first listed his 2002 Pontiac muscle car for sale, he included a spread of pictures and the basic details found below.
2002 Trans Am WS6
6 speed manual
Pewter with Ebony Leather
Few tasteful mods which include:
Pro 5.0 shifter with short stick, SLP lid, 228 cam, color matched intake, SLP dual/dual, BMR 1.25 springs, HP Tuned, Cold AC, traction control, 12 disc changer, speakers not blown, Fresh tint w/ warranty, everything works no leaks or issues.
Clean title no accidents EVER, Carfax included, Florida car, Very Clean Car
So the interior and exterior look great, it is tuned to make more power than stock with an aftermarket exhaust system providing some extra growl, it has an aggressive stance and with cold air conditioning and a functioning sound system, it is as comfortable in rush hour traffic as it is on the wide open road.
According to Kelley Blue Book, a 2002 Pontiac Trans Am in excellent condition with all of the bells and buzzers has an average private party selling price of $12,654, with the prices ranging from $11,500 to $13,765, so at $13,500, this car is priced towards the upper end of the scale, but there are a few things to keep in mind.
First, this is the final year for the Firebird and for a car that is 17 years old, 69,000 miles is relatively low and this car certainly doesn’t look like it was built almost 20 years ago. The fact that it is from the final year, the condition and the mileage are all going to drive up the value, but we should keep in mind that this is not a stock car. It looks stock, but adding the engine upgrades or the other aftermarket modifications would cost thousands over the basic price of the car.
In other words, if you have been dreaming of having a clean, cammed LS1 Firebird, this listing might be your best chance to get a Trans Am from the final model year in remarkable condition.