The Pontiac Firebird was built and produced by American automobile manufacturer Pontiac through 1967 to 2002. Proudly belonging to the first generation Firebird, the 1969 Firebirds’ F-body design was inspired by its relative, the Chevrolet Camaro, and provided a different take on the successful platform. Our subject 1969 Pontiac Firebird appears to be in excellent condition, showing no rust or other body blemishes. This classic pony car is carefully upgraded to improve performance figures while maintaining its stock appearance. According to the build sheet this Firebird is period correct, numbers matching and it comes with the original owner’s manual. With less than 500 miles on rebuild, this 60s classic is located in Montana and has been always garaged - as an added bonus.
With its coke bottle exterior design, this 1969 Pontiac Firebird has undergone older restoration with paint. The body is painted in orange and the roof is painted in a light Beige color. It has the original factory grill at the front and original wheels with Pontiac hubcaps. This car proudly wears Firebird emblems on the sides of the hood and on the rear end. Considering its age, the cabin of this 1969 Pontiac Firebird is well preserved and has original front bucket seats and original radio still in place. this car features power steering and has a Tachometer placed in the hood.
This mighty pony car holds a 400cid Pontiac 6.6L V8 engine under its hood. It is coupled with the much preferred 3-speed manual transmission to send power to the rear wheels. When the engine was new this Pontiac Firebird was capable of putting out 330 horses (246kW). Handling this car is trouble-free thanks to its mentioned power steering and power disk brakes equipped on front wheels.