Club founder & National President – For Life Murray McMillan

1969 Pontiac – Bored & Stroked Pontiac 428 Cubic Inch Engine, .030, 4-bolt Mains, Ported & Polished, Original #62 heads. Compression is 10.5 to 1, Lunati RAM IV Cam .495 lift, Comp Cams Roller Rockers. Edelbrock Performer Intake, Hedman Headers, Dual exhaust, Holley 670 avenger Carburetor, Holley Mechanical Fuel Pump, MSD Blue Print Distributor 3-Core Champion Aluminum Radiator With Dual Electric Fans. Genuine Leather Interior. Viper Red Paint with Gold Misted Pixie Dust. Flames by Ron AKA “Iceman” at Classic Paint. Turbo 4oo with 3000 Hole-Shot Stall Converter, B&M Quicksilver Shifter with Trans-Go Stage 3 shift kit, 12-Bolt Rear-End 3:23 gears, 2″ Summit Drop Leaf Springs Rear, QA-1 Coil-overs. Halogen Head Lamps, 18×8 Torque Thrust II Wheels , LED Signal and Marker Lights, NITTO Summer Performance Tires, 4200 Watt Rockville Sound – 1000 Watt Mono Alpine Powered 12″ JL Audio subwoofer.

Club’s 1st Founding Member Nationally – R.I.P Dear Friend – Terry Donaldson

1977 Trans-Am. Black on Black, I have owned the car for 23 years. 95,885 original miles, new black paint in 2015. Black leather interior, 400 Pontiac engine, 350 transmission, Hurst dual gate shifter. Rare rear seat console, Rally 2-wheels aluminum rings, 15″ tires 50 series, original space saver spare, Kentwood sound system, aluminum radiator, complete new brake system.

Founding Member & National Vice President – Danny Pearce

Original WS6 Trans Am. Black and gold special edition. 6.6 liter, 4 wheel disc brakes, T bar roof. Have owned car since 1979.

Ontario Chapter Vice President – Mike Crofton

Firebird #1 — I purchased my 68 Firebird in 2012 after seeing it sitting next to a horse barn locally. It was a used up Sunday quarter mile toy that lost the love so to speak. In 2019 I began to try to street the strip car it was. It still has the Chev 7.4 in it, bored and cammed and retuned for better street-ability. B&M shifter connected to a 700R4 with a B&M shift kit in it. 373 rear posi rear. Hooker headers backing into 2.5” custom exhaust with an X pipe finishing with Borla shorties and Gibson box tips. It will probably always be a work in progress but I’m good with that Firebird #2 — 1981 Trans-Am. I bought this car in Thunderbay in 1985 from its original owner. It had only 30,000 km. Most of those kms are from a trip I made from Thunderbay to Daytona in 1984. It has been stored every winter since then. In the late 1980s, I had an aftermarket Alpine cassette deck and amplifier installed. Now, it’s just a clock. Around the same time, I had the rear leaf’s re-arced, and an extra leaf installed which gives it, its present rake look. It is a WS4 car and it has the original Brentwood Brown paint. It’s a little scuffed up, but hanging in there.

Honorary Founding Members – Ray Price & Son Clayton Price

Founding Member – Don Stewart

1989 Trans-Am 20th Anniversary. Turbo Festival Pace Car #37. PAS Registry Car #78. 1994 25th Anniversary T-top 1750 produced, 600 with cassette, 75 for Canada imported from Maryland, MD. 1999 Trans-Am 30th Anniversary convertible #1565. 1 of 535 produced. Imported to Canada from New Mexico, NM.

Founding Member – Robert Nardi

Pontiac 30th-Anniversary Trans-Am number 501. This car is all stock and 1 of only 100 Canadian cars 65 coupes. Mine is 1 of 35 convertibles. I have all the documentation from the day it was sold at the dealer in British Columbia. The other 1500 cars were sold in the USA, My car is automatic with every option available at the time.

1998 Pontiac Firebird 109,000 Original Kms. Navy Blue Metallic paint 3.8 V6 engine, T-tops and original 10-speaker Monsoon sound system. Aftermarket Ram Air-Hood.

1988 Trans Am T-Tops with a CSB 350 385HP crate engine with shorty header and a custom exhaust with a 4-speed THM automatic 700 R4 transmission .

79 Trans Am/ 78 nose. Olds 403 with 70 350 heads, competition cams extreme energy, built turbo 350 with 2200 stall.

1974 4-speed 455SD. I am the original owner. There were only 289 4-speeds produced in 1973/1974 that I am aware of.

Albert’s 1970 Pro-Touring Trans-Am. It’s the first car in Albert’s “Warrior Series” of builds. This Trans-Am has 95% of it’s exterior body panels replaced with carbon fiber. The modifications to not end with carbon as the car has a 418 cubic inch LS3 with a 2300 Magnuson Super Charger matted to a T56 6-speed transmission with a Ride Tech triangulated 4 link rear-end. Controlling and stopping this beast is left to BFG Rival S Tires, Baer XTR brakes, and Ride Tech Triple adjestable shocks that keep contact with the road. The custom carved forgeline Honeycomb -styled rims pay homage to Pontiac’s iconic styled rims. Blue painted seat backs to tie into the theme of the car.

Founding Member – Jim McKeiver

Our 1978 Trans-Am was bought as our wedding car for each other from each other. As luck would have it, we found it for sale in the small town I grew up in. The car was originally Red from the factory and all the decals and paint work were completed in the same small shop. Now, our whole family enjoy the sound of that 6.6 L V8 engine.

The 1980 Firebird AR was my father’s and it sat for 8 years. I put it back on the road last summer to get dad out for 1 last ride. Unfortunately, he did not get to go as he was too sick and passed away.

My little 1996 V6 which I purchased in June 1983 as my daily driver. This car has been through a lot over the years. From tires being slashed, to having bullets removed from its body and tailights but we keep moving forward. “Firechicken” AKA “The Flaming Seagull” as my mechanic calls her, has been a faithful car all these years. She’s in need of some cosmetic repairs, but she starts everytime, and right now, that’s all that matters to me.

Founding Member – Gus Tzirivilas

1988 Trans Am GTA. Digital Dash 5.7 L98. Repaint 2014, fibreglass wings with Hawks 17” replica GTA wheels. Flowmaster cat back exhaust with flowmaster tips. Rest of the car is all original. 145,000kms.

Founding Member – Barry Blaskie

1984 Trans-Am. 350/5.7L. 4bbl carburator. 4-speed automatic (with O/D).

I purchased my Trans-Am 1977 from my cousin. It had 6,000 miles and I paid $6,000. Now, it has 106K miles. About 7 years ago, we had a ground-up restoration, the engine rebuilt was a boosted cam. I completely disassembled the car apart, and started the restoration. I have been to car shows, and I have never seen one like mine. Maybe because it was a cheap Trans-Am without power windows, A/C, or T-Roof. One thing I noticed is that this Trans-Am has a three-side belt mldg and continues on the fender and across the hood, so I am not sure what model of Trans-Am it is.

Founding Member – Neil MacKinnon

1987 base-model Firebird V6. Dual exhaust. I just got it last week and had it tinted. I already ordered cold-air intake and a classic Le Bra for the front end. It needs a paintjob but that will be over the winter.

1968 Firebird convertible. 1971 engine 400. 1971 TH350 transmission. Bought in Iowa, IA in 2010. Kept in Florida, MIA until 2017. Parts I have added: QA1 Coil-Overs 550 lb/in GS401-10450A, Hotchkis front and rear-end sway bars, Hotchkis 1.5 rear shocks, Hotchkis 2407C rear leaf springs, Hotchkis sub-frame extenders, Hotchkis convertible X-Brace body support, Right Stuff front disk brakes, BF Goodrich Radial T/A’s, Flo Master dual exhaust with 2 1/2″ pipes, Petronix flame thrower distributor HE ignition.

Founding Member – Larry Shamblaw

1980 Trans-Am Indy Pace Car. Unrestored Canadian car. I am the 2nd owner. I purchased it in 1985.

1984 Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am. WS6 package. Modified 393 Stroker.

1996 Firebird aka Pepsi Bird V6 3.8 Custom sound and Custom exhaust.

1967 Firebird. Drag RAcing. Tubed. Ladder bar car, 12 point cage, Turbo 400 transmission with trans brake. Hurst shifter. Fird 9 inch rear-end. 35 spline axles and 4.11 gears. 484 CI engine with 13-1 compression.

2002 Trans-Am Collectors Edition.

I purchased my WS6 Trans-Am in July 17, 1999, and I have enjoyed it ever since. “Betsy the car” has not been modified.

1988 Trans_Am GTA.

1987 Pontiac Firebird GTA

1992 Firebird Convertible.

2002 Trans-Am Convertible

1969 Firebird 400

1986 Trans-Am all original with only 92,000 km. I have owned it for two fantastic years, and I enjot every ride. The T-bar just adds to the freedom. Ride on Firebird family!

1970 Trans-Am & 1976 Trans-Am 50th Anniversary Edition

1981 SE Trans-Am

1999 Trans-Am Firehawk CO96

1997 Formula

I have owned my Formula since2003. It took me 2 years to find the right car. Originally, it was a 5 litre automatic. Also, a year later I did a 5-speed manual transmission swap in my garage using a donor car. I have made the following modifications in chronological order: 17″ Ronal Firehawk wheels, new carpet, Flowmaster cat-back exhaust, Eibach Sport loweing springs, BMR strut tower brace, sub frame connectors, steering box brace, LS3 swap using a GMPP LS480 crate engine, Magnum T56 6-speed transmission, stainless works headers. In 2004 I added: BPR Hot-Rod headers, cat, and a Magnaflow cat-back. I repainted the engine bay, front clip, and the bottom of the car. Corvette fuel system with 400 LPH pump, all new fuel lines, Night Fury camshaft, Hawks 8.8 rear-end, which included swapping the factory rear drum set up with 4th generation rear discs, 4th generation seats. Nitto 555S in front, and 555RS in the rear. Last year, I added the Procharger and Intercooler. It put down 650 RWHP on the dyno in current form at 8 psi.

Founding Member – Walter Fillier

1984 Firebird 2.8 litre 5-speed

1988 Notchback GTA. It’s currently undergoing some body work to fix an accident from 1992, which happened long before I owned it in 2006. I bought it from thirdgen classifieds without a motor, but with a clean title. It was originally am American car from florida, and it had a 1991/92 front bumper. Because of that, I started digging and found a lot of evidence it had been in a front-end collision. Last time it was on the road under its own power was in 2010. Then, there was my 1987 GTA. I bought this one last summer so I would have something nice to drive. It didn’t take too much to safety but there were some things that were fixed right away to clear up some codes and make it safe to drive (exhaust leak and steering components).

Founding Member – Matt Mamuza

1979 10th Anniversary Trans-Am, 403 automatic (all with original papers).

1975 Firebird Trans-Am, 400CI, automatic transmission with 99,862 miles, Silver with Black interior, all original. Trans-Am territory participant at Mosport in 1978. All stock except for the Blaupunkt stereo, original AM radio in storage. No screaming chicken in the hood. I purchased it used in 1976 from Donway Ford in Scarborough, Ontario. It was their “Special of the week” on display. I took it for a test drive, it drove like a go-kart around corners. The salesman was scared out of his mind, so I bought it.

Founding Member – Terry Cooke

1974 Trans-Am 400AT with 25,000 original miles, low option. He was the original owner when it was ordered new, and it was his commuter car to university. It’s been in storage since 1976. I have owned the car for 11 years but I have never driven it on the road.

1978 Trans-Am, original owner, original paint and interior. Martinique Blue with white interior.

1991 Trans-Am. Swapped fuel injected 5.0 L for a 5.7 L .030 bore, with pop-up pistons, comp cams 252 lift, roller rockers, high-rise intake, Holley 650 double pumper carb, World products torker heads, gear drive timing set, hooker headers, Dyno sheet says 500HP 500ft lbs torque. I changed the automatic transmission to a 5-speed V6 gear box, it works awesome. I just recently pianted it Silver with Yellow accents. I have a custom fabricated Notch-back that will be put on.

Founding Member – Alex Pulcini

1968 Firebird. Numbers matching 350. upgraded with 4-barrel Edelbrock intake, Holley carb, 4-speed automatic with OD, posi traction 3.55 gears. Alessandro Pulcini California built car, numbers matching engine: 400CI mild cam, transmission: turbo 400 shift kit, posi traction 3.55 gears.

1988 Trans-Am GTA. I have owned it for 27 years. 5.0 L 305.5 speed, T-Roof with Gray leather interior. Centerforce stainless exhaust with hi-flo cat, fibreglass aerowing. The motor is stock along with most of the car. 80K miles.

1988 Trans-Am GTA. Original owner. 5 L GTA. Black leather interior ordered from the factory. 5-speed.

1968 Firebird, 350 Pontiac engine, 3-speed manual on the floor, matching numbers car, restored over a 9 year period.

1980 Turbo, Black on Gold SE. The interior is Camel Tan. I rebuilt the 301 Turbo motor but I was unsatisfied with its performance, so I sold both the motor and transmission. I have rebuilt 403 from my 1979 Trans-Am sitting on stand by, ready to drop in. The car is currently in my barn waiting for restoration. The parts car is a 1980 Turbo with a blown 403, it’s interior is also Camel Tan. Donor for the back car, I am going to part this one out. Once I have stripped it, I will post the parts on the Club site if anyone wants anything that is left.

1977 Firebird Formula, cars and concepts T-Top, 350 automatic, in great condition overall. White original colour and Red deluxe interior. I bought it from a friend last April and it was in his family since new.

1981 Trans-Am Special Edition, 305.

1988 Trans-Am GTA

1983 Firebird, Blue, V8, Sunroof.

1999 Firehawk car #CO171988 Firebird 400, 4-speed convertible.

1986 Trans-Am

1988 GTA 5.7, Black exterior with Beige interior, automatic transmission, crazy high-end stereo.

1978 Firebird Trans-Am with T-Tops. I purchased it 4 years ago in Michigan with 43K miles. So far, the engine (Pontiac 400) has been rebuilt. Original interior. Now, I am just having fun driving it.

1982 Firebird Trans-Am, Spectra-Red colour with Tan interior. 305H engine and TH350C transmission.

Last summer, I picked up a 1976 Trans-Am, and I have been bringing it back to its former glory over the past year and a half. It’s a 400, automatic transmission in Carousel Red, original colour. It still has a small list of things that need to be done, but overall it’s a great driver.

1967 Firebird convertible. It has been in the shop for over a year for body and paint, but ended up with a new frame, sub-frame connectors, and almost every new metal panel. It should be out of the shop in the next couple of weeks. Just in time for Plunkett’s Car Show in London.

1978 Trans-Am, Martinique Blue, Edelbrock crate 350 engine, frame off restoration.

1970 Formula 400 99% origina, 1 repaint. It has been in the family for about 20 years.

2002 Triple Black WS6 automatic with T-Tops, tinted windows. I don’t have a picture of it but I will soon. I am in the process of pin striping it and adding mirrors under the hood with a little more bling. Also, I just got my personal licence plate that reads “EXXTINC”

1988 Firebird

1977 Formula Firebird, Pontiac 455 525HP engine with Buccaneer Red paint. Automatic transmission. Power windows, Rallye wheels, gauge pkg, Black velour interior with a new headliner console with factory eight-track deck, rear spoiler, rear window louvre, original licence plates, space saver spare with inflator can, 36,707 miles. I bought it in October 7, 1977. I am the second owner.

Founding Member – Marco Ramos

1968 Firebird. It was originally a V6. The previous owner has dropped it in a SBC 350 Camaro. 2 1/2 stainless steel exhaust with Magnaflow, it gives the car a nice sound. Over the iwnter, I installed power steering. It has it’s original 4-speed saginaw and 10-bolt rear-end that is non POSI. Yes, I am a one wheel peeler for now. The car was painted about 5 years ago, and a new top was installed last year. I have owned the car for just one year.

Founding Member – Thomas Turner

1985 Trans-Am. 305 engine, automatic transmission, Black exterior.

1997 Firebird convertible

1979 Firebird Trans-Am in Creme-White. 30 over Olds 350 Rocket with Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake.

1998 Formula WS6. All original except new dual exhaust and 1 repaint by the original owner because it wasn’t black enough in his opinion. Gray leather interior with T-roof. 110,000km\. I bought the car from the original owner. It has been garage kept its whole life.

1998 Trans am owned since new.

1991 Trans-am GTA 5.7 90,000 km

1987 Pontiac trans-am GTA 5.7 LT everything original even wipers 70,000 kms never been out in the winter still have original bill of sale and sales brochure

1978 Firebird Esprit with 350 V8 Engine, 350 Turbo 3 Speed transmission, T Bar roof, two owners since 1978. I have loved Firebirds since I was a kid from watching the “Rockford Files”. Although I do love “Smokey and the Bandit”, it was Jim Rockford that spawned my love of the car. I was unable to afford or have the time to spend on a Firebird over my adult life. However, last year I retired from the military after 32 years and I was in a position to purchase my car. I found it through an online ad from the original owner in Kitchener, ON. He took amazing care of the car since 1978 and I promised to do the same. So, I am a new Firebird parent, but I look forward to many wonderful days driving and taking care of this amazing car. I plan to keep the car in its original state as much as I can. I have lots of work to do and I am looking forward to it.

Founding Member – Joe Saponara

1988 Firebird Formula that I have owned since 1992. It has a 305 tpi, 5 speed with the 3.42 Australian rear end. The car also has the Edelbrock headers with a high-flow cat and Flowmaster muffler. The car came in medium mettalic orange but was repainted in jet black in 1993.

My ’95 T-top Firebird I found at a Garage Sale. It has the 3.4 liter V6 w/auto transmission. It has 160,000 kms on it. It has never been winter driven and the t-tops have never leaked. There is virtually no rust anywhere including the underbody of the car. It is pretty much all original except for the rims/tires, Pioneer stereo with Harmon Kardon speakers, an aftermarket tach., upgraded front brakes, an aftermarket security system w remote start, and a K&N air filter The sunvisors and headliner were just redone by Barkey Upholstery (Orillia) in November 2022 before she was put too bed for the winter. It is not a quick car but she cruises really nice and gets lots of great comments. Great gas mileage too!! I decided to buy this car, as the second car I ever owned was a ’70 1/2 Firebird (350 BB/Auto.)and it was so much fun to drive. It was stolen back in 1980.

Founding Member – Dan Chapman

2002 Formula FIREHAWK bought new. Upgrades include 442 mast Motorsport black label lSX, 4l85e, 12 bolt moser, ETC..

Founding Member – Brandon Gridzak

1987 Firebird formula V8 manual with 130000kms. currently it has a damaged 305 so I am in the process of building a 350 as well as cosmetic work and paint. The car has a notchback rear hatch as well. More updates on the restoration as it comes together

Founding Members – Brian & Carol Masterson

1979 Pontiac Trans Am. Purchased in 1985. Full of the frame restoration completed in 2023. The original 403 ci engine completely rebuilt using early Olds 350 #7 cylinder heads with oversize intake valves, bored 0.030 with 9.5:1, dual exhaust installed.

Founding Member- Dave Welch

1976 Trans Am Stroked 455 TH400 3.42 posi.

Founding Member – Jan Cox

1967 Firebird OHC

Founding Member – Bob Bauldry

1980 Trans Am 4.9 Original except for new transmission last spring
It’s my Weekend getaway machine I’ve had it about 15 years