This is a beautiful car that is a metallic lime-green in color and
the paintwork is done to a very high standard in 2-stage
base/clear. At some point a prior owner put a stripe down the hood,
roof and deck lid that are not 'factory correct', but still look
very nice on this car. In fact the ONLY paint flaw observed
anywhere is the front bumper cover at the 'nose' aspect is starting
to bubble from paint lift and should be repainted. It's not
terrible, but it is there in the spirit of transparency. I'm told
this car is 1 of only 8000 produced which I have not confirmed
independently. I do know everyone in our car club who sees it loves
it. Just a super nice Pontiac that is well done. No signs of any
collision or rust anywhere on this car. It's a Pontiac 400 Motor
for its namesake that starts easily and runs well. It has a great
'rumble' to it that suggests it may have a mild cam in it
(unconfirmed). The is an Edelbrock Carb that was put on it at some
point. Transmission is a 4 speed manual Transmission that shifts
easily thru all detents as it should. Dark Green Vinyl interior is
in exceptional condition-------------No seat bolster wear. No
splits in the dash top or console or door trim panels. This is a
non-AC car----consistent with most true GM muscle cars. AM radio.
It does have Pwr Steering & Brakes. Rally Wheels and good tires all
around. No signs of any stone chips in glass etc. Odometer shows
52927 which looks to be correct. Please Note The Following
**Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac,
Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by
appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at
231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1970 Pontiac Firebird
Exterior Color:Metallic Green
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