My brother bought this car from a friend. It is a 1990 Firebird S/A.
Mfg date of 11/89. VIN 1G2FS23T9LL215597. We can't find any thing on
it on the net. I have not located the build sheet, (any clues on where
to look on this year?). The car looks as though it has never been
repainted or any stickers or badges removed or added. It is all black,
has the standard two pillar spoiler, not the wrap around T/A spoiler.
It also has the ground affects. It has Firebird badges on both doors
and S/A stickers under the doors on the ground affects. There are no
markings at all on the front or in side on the dash anywhere. It also
has a Firebird S/A sticker on the rear bumper, I think on the right
side. It has 15" alluminum wheels. It is equiped with the electric
latch on the hatch that snugs the hatch down but is not equiped with
the power hatch release on the dash. It also has the V6 and 4 speed OD
automatic trans. If any one has any insight it would be appriciated.
You can respond here or e-mail is good.
"Trying is the first step twards failure" - Homer Simpson
I've seen two of these in the junk yards..(in Daytona FL.)
...one was red ,the other was white.....no motor in either one....
I didn't know what to think of it either......
It could be a dealer (only)option,....kinda like the SLP's first were,
also Year-One had some made and also Carl Black...did the last "blackbird"
Thanks Stan. I think this one was sold in Kankakee, Il. It is the only
one I've seen and thought maybe someone screwed with the lettering. At
least I know there are others. I'll have to find some production
I remember that the Trans Am ground effects with the standard firebird
spoiler were optional on the V-6 Firebird in 1990 to 1992. The '90's are
quite rare being a short model yearand the only year the 1985 to 1990 Trans
Am ground effects were available on Firebirds. I do not recall the SA
designation, I recall only the standard Firebird emblems. The TA ground
effects were not available on V-8 Firebirds in those years, you had to buy
the full TA package in that case.
Check under the rear seats for the build sheet. Many times they are stuck
in the seat spring underneath on the passenger side.
Motorsforum.com is a website by car enthusiasts for car enthusiasts. It is not affiliated with any of the car or spare part manufacturers or car dealers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.