1969 Pontiac Firebird
Pontiac’s inclusion into the muscle car wars beside their mighty GTO, this beautiful Firebird is powered by the powerful 400-4bbl 330hp dual exhaust V8 engine and automatic transmission. Finished in beautiful Warwick blue, it has a parchment vinyl top with matching parchment vinyl bench seat upholstery, black carpet/dash and column shift transmission with tilt steering wheel. Options include power steering, power front disc brakes, air conditioning, dual exterior mirrors, dual scooped hood and factory tinted glass. Added features are Autogauge under dash oil, temp and volt gauges, JVC AM/FM/CD indash stereo and 215/70-14 BFG radial TA’s on factory Pontiac rally wheels.
Runs excellent drive it home…
With the introduction of the Chevrolet Camaro in 1966, followed one year later by its mechanical twin cousin, the Pontiac Firebird.
When you think about muscle cars and pony cars of the late 1960s, a 1969 Pontiac Firebird such as the Pick of the Day is not always one of the first cars that comes to mind.
It’s no surprise that John Z. DeLorean, who gave us the Pontiac GTO, wanted to do something different with the new Firebird being offered by his Pontiac Division of General Motors.
Mecum Auctions rolls into Southern California on Thursday for its annual three-day sale at the Anaheim Convention Center
I’ve spent far longer then I care to admit staring at the Pick of the Day car, a 1968 Pontiac Firebird, trying to think of something smart and interesting to say about it.
Still steamed that you missed out on that 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, the Smokey and the Bandit promo car that sold at Barrett-Jackson?
I had a 1988 Pontiac Formula Firebird when was a young man, but we live in a city where there are many hills and rear-wheel drive is not ideal.
The 1974 Pontiac Firebird and Trans Am Super Duties were the last of the high-performance cars from the ’70s. A total of 943 were produced for the 1974 model year.