It was largely the fault of Burt Reynolds and Hal Needham for turning the 1977 street action comedy Smokey and the Bandit into an international attempt at a passion for cinema and the automobile. But that’s not the only Hollywood appearance from Firebird Trans Am.

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For example, the 1974 model year Firebird was also piloted by Jim Rockford (James Garner) in the pilot film and the first season of The Rockford Files, a popular detective TV series that was still being released until the very end. nowadays. And if you like television but never mind Rockford changing models year after year with each passing season, here’s your chance to own a piece of Firebird Trans Am memorabilia.

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It’s true that this 1974 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am isn’t associated with any of these Hollywood icons, but that doesn’t mean the rare SD-455 isn’t worth a second look. Dressed in an enchanting Buccaneer Red exterior and fitted with a matching crimson interior, it is sure to stand out in any crowd of classic muscle cars, for good reason or not. But it might not matter, as it will certainly be the star of the show.

Besides that, there’s nothing left to do but get out and drive it. As a result, the dealer — it’s proudly housed in the tender loving care of Grand Rapids, Michigan-based Garage Kept Motors — claims a rotary kiln restoration process in the description, along with sweet music. of the geared 455ci SD-455 V8 drivetrain. along with automatic transmission TH400 matching gear.

As for other details, there are 53,743 miles (86,491 km) on the odometer and an even higher asking price of no less than $112,900!

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