If this is a real tenth anniversary car, it's worth something even for parts.
I'm guessing it is because of the embroidered Firebird logos you mention.
The 10th T/As are highly collectible right now.
If it's a Pontiac engine with manual trans, it's worth even more.
You could put it on eBay. Or you could get in touch with local Pontiac
experts. You could try talking to Nunzi Romano about the market for your
car; he's in Brooklyn: http://www.Nunzi-Pontiac-Expert.com /
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