Hey Pontiac fans, Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is happy
to present this very sharp 1969 Pontiac Firebird convertible- in
triple black! Firebirds hit the streets along with the Camaro in
1967, in an effort to combat the success of Ford's Mustang pony
cars, introduced 3 years earlier. The Firebirds and Camaros were
small cars back in the day, and lighter than their big brother
Lemans, GTO's and Chevelles due to more of a unibody construction
with front subframe. The new "F" body cars quickly became favorites
on the street and strip. This '69 looks very nice outside, needing
little to look outstanding. The paint is smooth with almost no
defects, a car anyone would be proud to drive down the road. It has
a power top, which needs service. The wheels still look good but
would ideally be replaced due to normal wear. Yeah, we know it has
a '67 version hood tach, the correct ones are readily available and
were an option on several Pontiacs 67-72. The interior is good
overall. A new carpet set would go a long way. The buckets and
console are all Pontiac with a great 60's look and feel. Under the
hood is Pontiac's 400 big block V8, mated to a 3-speed automatic
transmission. It fires right up and sounds terrific thanks to the
performance exhaust system. Idle is smooth and has that great
Pontiac sound. Driving ease is enhanced by power steering and
brakes, and air conditioning. Overall a great car ready for it's
1969 Pontiac Firebird
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