Supercharged Pontiac Trans Am Marketplace Find Needs New Home
Blown Pontiac Firebird was posted less than a month ago and the price has been reduced three times.
The last Pontiac Firebird was built for the 2002 model year and in Trans Am WS6 form, they came from the factory with an LS1 engine that delivered 325 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque. That made the final Firebird a solid performer, but more importantly, the LS1 engine took well to modifications. This meant that with some basic upgrades, the engine could make big power.
If you have been thinking about getting into a supercharged, LS1-powered Firebird and you would prefer to avoid doing the work yourself, you are in luck. While flipping through the LS1Tech Marketplace, we came across this clean 2002 Pontiac Trans Am WS6 that has been supercharged, so it packs the big power you want without the work of the build.
Best of all, it appears as “rburns” is motivated to sell, as in the past few weeks, the price of this car has been lowered at least three times.
When the OP first listed this 2002 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am WS6 back in late November, he offered some basic details on the car along with an array of pictures from every outside angle and the engine bay.
2002 Trans Am WS6, Vortech V9 G trim Supercharged. 68kmiles never raced. Upgraded front to back, mirrored engine bay, polished supercharger and intercooler. Gauge pod on A-pillar. Corvette rims.
There are a few key points in that brief description that makes this Firebird so interesting. First, the intercooled supercharger setup is a nice pick for a street-and-strip car. Second, 68,000 miles is a pretty low number for a car that is nearly 17-years old and third, the mirrored engine bay is a nice touch for anyone who wants to show off their supercharged LS1 at Cars and Coffee.
Clean and Ready to Move
The marketplace listing doesn’t talk about the condition, but in the included pictures, this 2002 Pontiac Trans Am looks to be spotless. There are no obvious issues with the body or paint, which doesn’t come as a huge surprise with just 68,000 miles, this car looks like it could have just rolled off of the assembly line. Of course, it has the “wrong wheels” to be brand new, but the Corvette wheels look sharp with the white-and-blue livery of the Firebird.
As for the pricing, the car is currently listed for $22,500 and while we don’t know what the original list price was, we can see that the OP has dropped the price at least three times in less than a month. That certainly seems like the work of someone who is really looking to move the vehicle, so a serious buyer may want to reach out to the OP to haggle a little.
If nothing else, at $22,500, you are getting a clean, low-mileage example of the final Pontiac Firebird with what is likely a whole lot of extra power.