1984 PONTIAC TRANS AM BACKGROUND
The 3rd-generation Firebird and Camaro had launched in 1982 and were already very successful. 1984 marked the 15th Anniversary for the Pontiac Trans Am, and they celebrated it with a special, limited-edition commemorative, the 15th Anniversary T/A, of which just 1,500 were built.
1984 Pontiac Trans Am INTERIOR
1984 TRANS AM INTERIORS
All 15th Anniversary Trans Ams received the premium interior with leather Recaro front bucket seats. 1,500 15th Anniversary’s were built. Or, you could order a Trans Am Recaro, with the same seats, but not the 15th-Anniversary appearance package. 1,321 Trans Am Recaros were built in 1984. Trans Ams have always had nice interiors, and these 3rd-gen T/As went even further. You always feel special sitting in one of these interiors.
1984 Pontiac Trans Am ENGINES
1984 TRANS AM ENGINE OPTIONS
Only two engines were offered in the ’84 Trans Am, both 5.0-liter (305ci) Chevy small block V8s. The standard engine made 150-horsepower, while the top-line engine, the 5.0 H.O. was good for 190 horses. The Crossfire Injection was dropped.