The first generation Firebird had characteristic Coke bottle styling shared with its cousin, the Chevrolet Camaro. Announcing a Pontiac styling trend, the Firebird's bumpers were integrated into the design of the front end, giving it a more streamlined look than the Camaro. The Firebird's rear "slit" taillights were inspired by the 1966–1967 Pontiac GTO.
Both a two-door hardtop and a convertible were offered through the 1969 model year. Originally, the car was a "consolation prize" for Pontiac, which had desired to produce a two-seat sports car based on its original Banshee concept car. However, GM feared this would cut into Chevrolet Corvette sales, and gave Pontiac a piece of the "pony car" market through sharing the F-body platform with Chevrolet.
The 1969 model received a major facelift with a new front end design but unlike the GTO, it did not have the Endura bumper. The instrument panel and steering wheel were revised. The ignition switch was moved from the dashboard to the steering column with the introduction of GM's new locking ignition switch/steering wheel.
Well Optioned And Ready To Cruise And Show..
Originally Purchased At PACKER Pontiac Of Miami Florida...
Upgraded With A Fresh 350 Engine
Holley Carburetor Atop Edlebrock Aluminum Intake Manifold
Open Element Air Cleaner
Chrome Valve Coves
Serpentine Belt System
Upgraded With Power Disc Brakes
Factory Air Conditioning Updated With R134 And Newer Compressor
AM/FM Autosound Radio
3 Speed Turbo Hydro-Matic Automatic Transmission
Console Floor Shifter
Custom Pontiac Wood Steering Wheel
No Crack Padded Dash
Driver Remote Side View Mirror
Walnut Dash And Console Finish
OE Door Edge Guards
Gorgeous Chrome And Emblems
Very Nice Headliner
Nice Solid Underside
Painted In PPG Base Coat Clear Cot Urethane Factory Limelight Green
New Deluxe Black Bucket Interior
New Carpeting And Headliner
New Black Vinyl Top
Newer BFG Raised White Letter Tires Mounted On Rally II Wheel Vintiques Wheels
Recent Services Performed Such As:
Full Tune Up,
Rebuild Power Window Motors
Power Steering Pump
Steering Gear Box
Upper Ball Joints, Sway Bar Bushings, Idler Arm, Front Springs And Front Shocks.
New Wiper Motor
New A/C Compressor And R134 Gas
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