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Cars for sale / 1985 Firebird Trans Am
« Last post by firebirdclub on October 10, 2019, 02:03:34 PM »
1985 Firebird Trans Am 8 cylinder, 305 hp, five speed manual transmission. Runs good, VA registered inspected. Needs work inside and out.   $1000 firm. gino.demichele@gmail.com.
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Cars for sale / 2001 Trans Am Super Rare NHRA 50th Anniversary Edition
« Last post by firebirdclub on September 12, 2019, 09:11:39 PM »
2001 Trans Am Super Rare NHRA 50th Anniversary Edition. One of 143 made. New wheels and tires. I do have original rims. 43K miles, automatic, black leather interior, T-Tops. Asking $22,500 OBO. stevebalsamo007@yahoo.com or 214-546-1129.
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i would suggest posting on our Facebook Group at www.facebook.com/groups/firebirdclub .  There are more than 2000 active participants there.
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Yesterday went to leave and car would not start.  Thought it was the solenoid but that is okay when shorting the input directly to the battery.  However, measuring the voltage from the key shows only about 5 volts getting to the solenoid and I suspicion the neutral safety switch is bad.  My problem, I don't know where it is.  Does not appear to be mounted beside the shift lever in the console and next to the cable, but I may have over-looked something.  any help here? 
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1st generation cars (1967 to 1970) / Re: 69 Firebird gear shift knob removal
« Last post by august2019 on September 12, 2019, 06:19:00 PM »
Finally got it appart.  So for anyone in the same situation I offer the following.  The button from later years was too big and the past owner  or his 'mechanic' had forced it into the knob.  It was way to tight to pry off.  Had to remove the snap ring at the bottom of the knob, pull the knob down hard and force the button up and off.  Then installation of the new button was easy.  New button works great.  Hope this helps someone else with this problem.
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Reports of Past Events/Shows / 2019 Indian Uprising All Pontiac Weekend
« Last post by firebirdclub on September 09, 2019, 02:47:51 PM »
29th Annual Indian Uprising All Pontiac Weekend - August 9-11, 2019 in St. Charles, Illinois

 
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Reports of Past Events/Shows / 2019 NJ Trans Am/ All Pontiac Run
« Last post by firebirdclub on September 09, 2019, 02:42:48 PM »
Edison. NJ McDonalds to Howell, NJ Chik-Fil-A
July 13, 2019

The 2019 NJ Trans Am/All Pontiac Run drew 20 participants, and all but three made the whole trip from Edison to Howell New Jersey Chik-Fil-A, our host and destination for this year’s Run. The weather was as good as one gets in July, with a high near 90 degrees, but fortunately without oppressive humidity, which pleased both the vehicles, and their owners.

While we did hit a small traffic jam getting on to Rt 195 east from the New Jersey Turnpike, as the non-car people fascinated themselves with a roadside Tire change, which backed traffic up from a point just as we got on to Rte. 195 east, back to the NJ Turnpike Toll Plaza. Once past the roadside entertainment for the non-car people, it was smooth sailing all the way to our destination.

The folks at Chik-Fil-A outdid themselves, not only did they throw in a Chunk Chocolate Cookie with each Run participant’s food order, but they even coned off the lower Parking Lot for our participants.

After allowing about an hour for everyone to settle in, eat, and hang out a bit, the winners for "Best Trans Am/Firebird", and "Best Pontiac" were called. The "Best Trans Am/Firebird" Trophy went to a semi customized 1978 Black and Gold Trans Am, and the "Best Pontiac" Trophy went to a dark Green 1966? G.T.O.

Once the Trophies were awarded there was a FREE Raffle, to distribute some giveaway items to six lucky winners.
With the Trophies awarded, and free Raffle concluded, everyone headed home

See you all again next year.
Ben Deutschman
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News and Announcements / Meet the New Members!
« Last post by firebirdclub on September 09, 2019, 02:37:45 PM »
This topic highlights some of the new members that have joined the club (not the message board) recently and is the same list that appears in the latest Eagle club magazine. Welcome to the Club!

Recent members names may appear later.

Chuck E. Curless, Spring Hill, Kansas
Chuck has a ‘79  White/black Trans Am and a ‘67 black Firebird.

Kurt Krug, Lawrence, Kansas
He has a ‘90 white Firebird V-8.

George Mytrowitz, Millngton, New Jersey
George has a ‘78 Martinique blue Trans Am.

Jesse Stewart, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Tommy Young, Centreville, Michigan
Tommy has a ‘95 red Trans Am.

Vincent A. Nese Jr., Pittsburgh, PA
Vincent has a ‘68 red Firebird.

John Belcher, Silver Lake, Kansas
John has a ‘98 gold Trans Am Y88 and a’96 black Trans Am WS6.

Lisa Mizrahi, Mount Vernon, New York
She has a black 2000 Trans Am.

James N Phillips, Hoover, Alabama
James has a ‘72 silver Formula.

Ron Davenport, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Dan Fiore, Lindenhurst, New York

Carl Cavolick, Carson City, Nevada
He has a ‘69 midnight green poly Firebird convertible and a ‘65 blue state mist GTO.

Keith Brazeau, Darlington, Indiana
He has a ‘silver 76 Trans Am 4 spd and also another ‘76 4 spd Trans Am.

Beverly Reedy, Harrington, Delaware
Beverly has a ‘67 green Firebird and a ‘79 black Trans Am and is a returning member after more than 5 years.

Peter Val Preda, Athens, Georgia

Steve Bachrach, Tacoma, Washington
He has a white 2001 Trans Am.

Bob Wessel, Wexford, Pennsylvania
Bob has a ‘94 white Trans Am.

Goran Blagojevic, Loves Park, Illinois
He has a ‘93 black Trans Am.

Stephen House, Troy, North Carolina

Shawn Liggett, Liverool, New York

Craig D’Angelo, Holbrook, New York

Philip Merilli, Wexford, Pennsylvania

Bob Costigan, Seminole, Florida

Thomas Clark, Smyrna, Delaware
He has a ‘77 silver Formula.

Robert Lozins, Chicago, Illinois
he has a ‘69 white Trans Am convertible and a ‘68 gree Firebrd R.A. II.

Frank Russo, Jupiter, Florida

James S Cliborne, Halifax, Virginia
He has a ‘73 Trans Am SD 455.

John Brenner, Westerville, Ohio

Steve Balsamo, Celina, Texas
Steve has a 2001 black NHRA Edition Trans Am.
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36th Annual Trans Am Nationals, Fairborn, OH.  Jerry Minor at 513-202-1212.  www.tanationals.org.
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30th Annual Indian Uprising All Pontiac Weekend, Pheasant Run Resort, St. Charles, IL, www.cruisintigers.com.
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