Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1969
Pontiac Firebird. Produced by Pontiac, the Firebird was produced
from 1967-2002 to compete with the Ford Mustang. Our first-
generation Firebird was built from 1967-1969 as a two-door coupe or
convertible. A front- end facelift in 1969 gave the Firebird a new
distinctive look. A locking ignition switch on the steering column
and redesigned instrument panel were new additions in 1969. The
Trans Am Series Firebird was also introduced in 1969 model year.
Our 1969 Pontiac Firebird is a beautiful frame-off restoration. The
gorgeous burnt orange metallic custom paint is accented by highly
polished chrome work, rear spoiler and a set of Foose chrome
wheels. A period black vinyl interior has all been redone to its
present condition. Nothing has been overlooked from the dash to the
bucket seats, carpet, center floor console and wood steering wheel.
Under the hood is a 455 cubic inch V-8 with a roller cam. The
four-speed Muncie manual transmission is attached to 12-bolt 3:73
gear ratio posi rear end. Added features include a center point
clutch, front disk power brakes with all stainless brake lines,
power steering and a Kenwood AM/FM/CD radio. This 1969 Pontiac
Firebird screams "Pontiac excitement". A real head-turner that will
always draw attention.
1969 Pontiac Firebird
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