Lone Star Muscle Cars is proud to present this super nice 1969
Pontiac Firebird. Powered by a fresh 400 cubic inch motor and s
built Turbo 350 Automatic transmission. This car has had a complete
frame off restoration from top to bottom. On the outside you will
see show quality custom paint American Racing wheels and more. On
the interior you will notice all new factory upholstery with floor
shifter the dash has not been cut in the radio area. Factory AC car
with power steering and power brakes with disc in the front. The 69
Firebirds have been some of the fastest movers in market in the
last couple of years. Value on these cars are now equal to it's
brother the Camaro. History of Pontiac's muscle car. First appeared
in mid-1967. Brought to market under John Z. DeLorean's watch at
Pontiac, the original Firebird offered deluxe accoutrements in
addition competitive muscle car performance. From 1967 to '69,
Pontiac's 326- and 400-cid engines comprised the V-8 offerings. The
Firebird was restyled for 1969,(a one year body style) as was the
Camaro. During the year, the first Trans Am Firebird was released.
689 coupes plus eight convertibles were produced. A 400-cid V-8 was
standard in Trans Am and Firebird 400 models. The 400 models
optional Ram Air IV V-8 promised 100 mph quarter-mile acceleration.
The 1967-'69 Firebirds are relatively scarce, especially compared
to Camaros of the same vintage. Firebirds Number Produced in 1969
was 75,362 verses the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro 2dr Sport Coupe Number
Produced 165,226 two to one production. Stop by and check it out.
Contact Lone Star Muscle Cars at 940-691-1070 or email us at
[email protected] for more information about this
1969 Pontiac Firebird
Location:Wichita Falls, Texas
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