The 1995 Pontiac Firebird, Formula & Trans Am
Lot#1


 

Red Trans Am

Red Trans Am

Red Trans Am

Red Trans Am

Red Trans Am
This is Kerry South's Trans Am. The bright red paint and gray leather interior are more than enough to make any Firebird lovers mouth water. However the fun doesn't stop there. This beauty also comes with T-Tops, a 10 speaker performance sound system and the optional 6-speed transmission. Kerry also owns a 1988 GTA (see it on '88 Firebirds Lot#1).

Kerry hosts his own web page called Kerry's Trans Am GTA Page. Stop by and check it out.

E-mail: Kerry South

 


 

 









Sam Mcintyre owns this bright Trans Am. Sam writes:

     "My car is a '95 Trans Am. Modifications include new Corsa cat-back exhaust, shaved heads, trans shift kit, 160 degree thermostat, SLP Ram Air & Polished Stainless Steel scoop grills. My dad's company makes the injector covers and strut tower brace. The car has a gray leather interior and is automatic."

Sam McIntyre
 

 


 

 

Ric Hurst owns this Yellow/Black '95 Trans Am. Ric writes:

     "This 1995 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am was purchased in Houston in 1999 as a dark green car with a beige top. I wanted to brighten it up a little
and wanted something different then standard straight racing stripes. Also the aluminum wheels have been polished and the rims painted black which has a nice effect.
The car has 178,000 miles but runs good. The only mods are the replacement of the exhaust system with a Flowmaster muffler and 2.5 inch pipes, the K & N air filter and the heated air intake bypass. Of course the skip shift has been disabled. The six speed manual is smooth running and it still can smoke the tires when I feel the need."

 

 


 

Black Trans Am This sleek black Trans Am used to belong to Eric Cerney. He sold it to finance a white '96 Trans Am he wanted to purchase. You can see it at the '96 Firebirds Lot#1. That car has now been sold too in favor of a brand new '98 Trans Am. You can see it at the '98 Firebirds Lot#1. Eric has also owned two '78 TAs both of which can be seen at the '78 Firebirds  Lot#2.

 


 

Black Trans Am Michael Hall's beautiful black bird is no stranger to speed. Mike has warmed it over a little and his efforts have rewarded him with a best time of: 13.12 @ 107.9mph. He's also recently had the Bird dyno tested to a best of 391 horsepower at the flywheel!!! Afore mentioned modifications include:

LG Motorsports (LGM) N365 Custom Ground
      Camshaft
Hand Ported Exhaust Manifolds 
Moroso "Honker" Intake with K & N Conical Filter 
LGM G2 Power Pulley
LGM Sub Frame Connectors
Energy Suspension Sway Bar and End Link  Bushings 
Granatelli (GR) GSS Secre-Track Tubular 3 Point Strut
      Tower Brace
GR GSS Secre-Track Tubular Rear Control Arms
Hurst Competition Plus Shifter
TPIS Air Foil
Hypertech Power Programmer
Hypertech 160 Degree Thermostat
AC Delco PF35L Oil Filter
Mobil 1 Synthetic Fluids in Transmission and Rear Diff.
LGM Ported & Polished Heads
Comp Cams Hi-Tech Stainless 1.6 Roller Rockers 
Champion Spark Plugs
LGM G2 Skip Shift Eliminator 
LGM Front/Rear Sway Bars
Eibach Springs
Borla Street/Strip Cat Back Exhaust System
Taylor Spiro Pro Spark Plug Wires
GR GSS Secre-Track Tubular Lower Panhard Rod
TPIS Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulator
Enkei "WIN" 17" x 9.5" Wheels
BFG 275/40ZR17 Comp T/A's
Energy Suspension Urethane Transmission Mount
Urethane Torque Arm Bushing
Mobil 1 Synthetic 5w30

 


 

Black Firebird This black Firebird belongs to Gary Majors. Gary writes:

"Its a '95 with (unfortunately) the 3.4 ltr and an automatic, Ten speaker stereo system, cruise, extra window tinting and all the other goodies. It is a great car, handles like a dream and still gets good mileage. I haven't really done any modifications or additions to it mainly because it doesn't need any. It always draws attention and I have received uncountable compliments on it. I think Pontiac did a good job on this one."

 


 

White RA Trans Am



White RA Trans Am



White RA Trans Am


White RA Trans Am
This Trans Am belongs to Jeff Collop. It comes from the factory with T-Tops and a gray leather interior. Here's a listing of the current performance modifications Jeff has performed:

diawhi.gif (938 bytes) Sun Coast West WS6 style hood
diawhi.gif (938 bytes) GM WS6 rims w/ 275/40/17 BFGoodrich R1s
diawhi.gif (938 bytes) C&C Performance Bored MAF sensor
diawhi.gif (938 bytes) GM Performance Parts LT4 Hot Cam
diawhi.gif (938 bytes) Competition Cams 1.6 Roller Rockers
diawhi.gif (938 bytes) High flow catalytic converter  
diawhi.gif (938 bytes) Borla Cat Back exhaust  
diawhi.gif (938 bytes) LG Motorsports 160 Thermostat
diawhi.gif (938 bytes) Hypertech Power Programmer/Tuning
diawhi.gif (938 bytes) Hypertech Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulator

Jeff has most recently installed a Nitrous Oxide system (N.O.S) on his TA. The bird was dyno'd at 325 rwhp (rear wheel horsepower) and 349.5 lbs of torque off the bottle. Impressive numbers already to say the least. On the bottle the Trans Am made 435 rwhp and a whopping 519.6 lbs of torque. Convert the power the car makes at the wheels to flywheel numbers and you come up with a monstrous 525 Horsepower and 625 lbs of torque. Plans for the future you ask? Absolutely!! Jeff is looking to install a set of 98 taillights, 4.10 rear gears, and headers. After all these mods its going to be a heck of a race between his fuel gauge needle and speedometer needle!! Jeff's best time to date with his Poncho is a 13.3 @ 107mph on street tires.

 


 

Black Trans Am Convertible (80564 bytes)
























Black Trans Am Convertible (69896 bytes)
Jonathan Weber owns this convertible Trans Am. Jonathan writes:

Here is my 1995 Pontiac T/A Convertible. Purchased by me in Jan this year to replace worn out 1986 T/A.

Options:
LT1 Motor / 4L60E Transmission
Power convertible top 
Power mirrors, windows, locks
Leather seats/interior
Inflatable seats (2-way) 
Performance transmission button 
Steering wheel radio controls
Power antenna

Upgrades:
Flowmaster exhaust w/ custom tips
Hypertech Power Programmer 3 w/ Hypertech PowerStat
Throttle Body Bypass 
*(Don't purchase this mod if you own a '95 LT1, e-mail me and I will tell you how to do it with no parts for free) 
Custom Cold air intake
Modified MAF sensor
Overlay decals for doors, rear, and hood
Pioneer Head Unit (GM-Chrysler fit) w/ Pioneer 12" subs

Future mods:
Dual 58mm TB
Warbird style hood w/ custom functional ram air
RK sport FX-5 adjustable racing shocks
17x9 or bigger rims w/ low profile tires, 1" drop... and more!!!

I will send more photos soon.... to make 5, they will be with the decals... thanks!

 


 

Silver Trans Am (76273 bytes)




Silver Trans Am (67576 bytes)




Silver Trans Am (66521 bytes)




Silver Trans Am (91325 bytes)
This Trans Am belongs to Claudio Valdez. Claudio writes:

    
"This is my 1995 Trans Am, 6 Sp, LT1.  Liked it very much when I first saw it because of the red leather interior.  Have not done very much to the car but one day I am going to go crazy on it. 

Some of my Mods. include:
Borla-Cat Back Exhaust
G2 Cold Air Induction w/ K&N Filter
G2 Strut Brace
G2 Sub Frame Connectors
TB Air foil
160 deg. Thermostat
Hurst Shifter

Future Mods. include:
SLP or Suncoast Creations Ram Air Hood and Cold Air Box
Firehawk wheels (17 x 9)
Bigger Front and Rear Sway Bars
Eiback Springs
And other suspension mods

Claudio Valdez
From Arlington, Texas

 


 

Red Formula (153620 bytes)



Red Formula (167675 bytes)



Red Formula (154742 bytes)
Brian Tab owns this hot red Formula. Brian writes:

    
"Hello, I would like to add my 1995 LT1 Firebird Formula to your gallery.  I
drive my Formula all year round.  Have only one small ding in the car that
some anonymous careless person gave to me for free.  The automatic trans has
the performance button.  Only mod was a Borla exhaust.  I recently replaced
the original 16 x 8 rims with refurbished 16 x 8 rims, the originals were
getting a bit weather beaten."

Dual tipped platinum plugs
K&N air filter (in the stock air box)
Random Tech high flow cat (After having the cat installed, the Borla was getting deafiningly loud.  I then installed the blocker plate to divert all exhaust to the muffler.  Sounds fine now, just not brutally loud any more.)
Used the "Dent Eliminator" to remove the shopping cart dent from the car

Thanks
Brian

 


 

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