800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1969 Pontiac Firebird has bold paint, the right speedy details, V8 power, and an A/C interior. So we know it's the kind of classic coupe you won't be able to resist.
A deep red is a color we all love on a '69 Firebird because it's the best hue to express the coupe's aggressiveness. The striking appearance is thanks to a respray late in life, and the good gloss shows off the good fit of the panels, too. The unique chrome front bumper, wraparound rear bumper, headlight bezels, and full trim have quite a striking effect that shines even brighter than the paint. This has the best classic sporty details, like the dual scoop hood, front air dam, and full-width rear spoiler. There are also added aggressive touches, like the black sport mirrors and the 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels.
The black interior looks good against the red, especially with the quality of the components. The upholstery, carpeting, dash, and the rest of the fundamentals were given the right attention to keep this feeling great. And there are great vintage details, including the working courtesy lights, grippy three-spoke steering wheel, and the wood-like trim on the desirable center console. Plus, the factory air conditioning is blowing nice and cold so it's easy to roll down all the windows and enjoy the pillarless hardtop driving experience.
Under the hood is the distinct turquoise block of Pontiac's V8. But you can also see that this setup is far from stock. It now has a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer intake, Mickey Thompson finned valve covers, and an MSD distributor. It's a strong heart that is part of a confident all-around driving package that includes a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and grippy sport tires afforded by the wheel upgrade.
You're looking at a first-generation Firebird that was built to enjoy the drive. That makes for an iconic classic with the right packaging, and it's available right now.
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