The one comment that every automotive enthusiast made when they would pass one of these modified 2010 Chevrolet Camaros at the 2009 SEMA Show is what kind of a bonehead move it was for GM to bring an end to Pontiac. The Firebird has always been a fan favorite for performance enthusiasts with its attractive styling, powerful engines and affordable price. Well have no fear because the screaming chicken is back, after all what is the automotive aftermarket for.

2010 Pontiac Trans-Ams at the 2009 SEMA Show
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The American tuner Lingenfelter has prepared a 655 HP Trans-Am using one of American Specialty Cars conversion kits and a set of honeycomb wheels. Offering something for everyone, Smokey and the Bandit fans will appreciate the black and gold 2010 Pontiac adorned with a kit from Kevin Morgan that would even make Burt Reynolds shed a tear. Even though GM has officially ended our hopes for a new Firebird, enthusiasts can still build their own if they really want to.


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  (647) posted on 02.15.2010

this pontiac/camaro is what a muscle car is. The front bumper really makes the car more aggressive and powerful.

  (765) posted on 02.3.2010

Now that T A woulda been nice....However....they in the snow due to stock rear wheel drive. I live in the I know having a coupla older versions. Poor poor pontiac!

  (515) posted on 01.4.2010

As I expected, Firebird is surely a talk of the town on that show that as you may look the car, you may see how bulky the car is, the body design that obviously have a print of a phoenix on that car(which is known as a firebird) and also the power is spectacular on a muscle car like this.

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