2001 Pontiac Firehawk Convertible on 2040-cars
Fort Calhoun, Nebraska, United States
|We are selling our 2001 Pontiac Firehawk Convertible. Only has 7,344 miles. Car is number 313 out of 540 built in 2001. There were only 4 blue convertibles with the automatic built in 2001. ThIs is a collectible car that is in excellent condition. It has never been driven in the winter or in rain. Only driven in the summer on nice days. Always kept garaged and comes from a smoke free home.
Car is Navy Blue Metallic with a taupe convertible top. Interior is leather taupe. Interior is in excellent condition.
We are the second owner of this car, but we have all the original documents and it is registered with Firehawk.org.
Comes with custom tonneau covers for the back seat to make it look like a two seater roadster. One of the covers has a small scratch on the top.
This car has the original tires and was upgraded with chrome wheels when ordered.
This is a great fun car for the summer.
$500.00 deposit is required through Paypal only.
Cashier check preferred. Car title will not be released until cashier check is validated as being a real check with funds available.
Thanks for looking. Please don't hesitate to contact us with questions.
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Take a look below for a closer look at this rare and fascinating Oakland.