Launched in 1967, the first generation Firebirds featured distinctive coke bottle styling. Unlike their cousin, the Chevrolet Camaro that was unveiled the same year and shared the same platform, the Pontiac's front bumper was neatly integrated into the overall design. This mean-looking '68 model example was manufactured in late '67 and first UK registered in February 2016. Its mouth-watering specification includes: brand new old stock 7550cc (455ci) engine, Turbo 400 transmission with B&M shifter, limited slip differential, and line-lock system, for which there are over _25,000 worth of invoices from the renowned Pontiac specialists Butler Performance of Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. 'FMA 284F' is finished in Dark Metallic Blue teamed with a Black interior, rides on Crager SS wheels (15x10 rear/14x7 front), and is classed by the vendor as having 'excellent' bodywork, paintwork, V8 engine and transmission, and 'very good' interior trim. This rare and exciting pony car is now offered complete with massive history file and 'no advisory' MOT until July 2018.
Behold this perfectly running 1969 Pontiac Firebird for sale. Silver paint over a rare parchment interior makes for an eye popping example of the iconic Firebird. Powered by a 455 4-speed, the sound of this powerful car is bone chilling. Click for details!
PONTIAC - FIREBIRD 400 v8 con cambio turbo hidramatic 400, admisión edelbrock, carburador holly de 4 cuerpos año 1967 42.000 kms gasolina
--Regimental Red with a Black leather interior, Black carpet with a Ivory convertible top, Rotisserie restored, Matching car is fitted with a 325ci V8 Engine, 4-speed manual transmission and PHS Documented. Powered by the special High Output 326 cu in 285 HP V8, 4-speed, aluminized dual exhaust, power steering, console, AM radio, sport steering wheel, Pontiac Rally II wheels, Red-line tires, every component has been rebuilt, reconditioned and detailed to the highest standard making this one of the finest examples available. This 1967 Pontiac Firebird HO 326 Convertible recently underwent a complete nut and bolt rotisserie ground-up restoration and has only been collector owned since. It has recently been part of an exceptional East Coast collection where it was driven sparingly for summer use in the Hamptons. This Firebird represents exceptio nal value for money and would be a welcome site on any worthy concours lawn. In perfect, well-serviced running condition, this is a true turn-key example. Video walk-around and road test: https://youtu.be/2z7mUpKkeq4
1970 Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am VIN: 72AS18 In the days before our modern 186-mph Y-rated tires, street tires were street tires, and race tires were race tires, and never the two shall meet - until the T/A. The B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A was the first American-made tire that was DOT rated, and also had SCCA approval for track competition. In order to prove the new tire had what it took, B.F. Goodrich looked for a team and a series to run a street tire in professional competition. They found a perfect partner in Terry Godsall and Jerry Titus' T/G Racing. They had built a trio of Pontiac Firebirds for the 1970 season. At the end of the season papers were signed, and the Firebirds became Tire Birds. This car was the third of three cars built by Jerry Titus' T/G Racing for the 1970 Trans-Am season. Driven by Canadian champion John Cordts, Don Pike, and Larry Dent, this car was raced in Trans-Am, the 24 Hours of Daytona, the 12 Hours of Sebring, and SCCA events. B.F. Goodrich took stock T/As and shaved off half the tread and had them put on the 3,200 lbs racecar. This Firebird eventually became the first production car to win a race using radial tires with a class win at Watkins Glen. At t
Sweet Gold 1978 Trans-Am for Sale with 6.6 400 ci Engine, T-Tops, Shaker Hood, Snowflake Wheels, Automatic Transmission, Rare Gold over Black. Beautiful example of an American classic! And of course a great way to play Smokey & the Bandit!
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