614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1969 Pontiac Firebird is a fun classic with a string 400 V8 heart. So it's quite attractive even before you know about the more recent investments that include sleek paint, suspension fundamentals, an overdrive transmission, and more.
The factory-correct Limelight Green is great to have. It has a cool 1960s-style, but there's plenty of modern appeal, too. When you invest in high-quality respray later in life, the sleek shine like this has a timeless attraction. And the superior paint also shows off the superior fit of the body panels. There's a nice look to the bumpers, and that's important on a '69 because they have a unique look with the beak-like one up front, and the rear even has added style with its notch around the license plate. This one shows added care even in the details, like the newer emblems, a newer front splitter, and a freshly machined look to the Rally II wheels.
The black interior makes a crisp contrast against the exterior green. The seats, door panels, headliner, and carpeting all have the look of quality. Even the trunk looks nice with the spare tire. Everything inside is done with what you want, right down to classic details, like headrests and pliable weather-stripping. And they've also integrated some nice upgrades like the AM/FM digital tuner and auxiliary gauges in the dash. Plus, the front bucket seats, a center console in-between, and the classic Pontiac steering wheel on a tilt column all make it easy to get comfortable.
A 400 cubic-inch motor is exactly what you want to see in a '69 Firebird's engine bay. After all, it was the largest displacement offered by the factory. This one looks good with a tidy setup and all that classic turquoise boldly contrasting against the green firewall. And the V8 even gets to inhale deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. The motor fires up readily, like a car that wants to hit the road. And the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive is a terrific upgrade to take you near or far. We even have a $3,200 receipt documenting a rebuild in 2019. Other investments include about $2k spent within the last few months that include newer bushings and other components. So this has added confidence on the road. And power steering, power brakes, and wide BF Goodrich T/As further this solid driver feeling.
Complete with maintenance records, this is the sleek V8 classic that features all the best Pontiac has to offer. So don't let this deal pass you by, call today!
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