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The 1969 Pontiac Firebird has that terrific front end that looks absolutely aggressive, and it only gets better on a super-sleek restomod. Plus, with the upgraded A/C interior, sports suspension, overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and big Butler performance V8, this is a total package of both style and muscle.
This car is going to get a nickname like Quicksilver or the Silver Bullet. That's because you're looking at a sleek and awesome build with barely 700 miles on it since completion. So you not only have fresh paint, but also a super-straight body showing it all off. This has all the best classic Firebird elements, including the dual hood scoops, a Trans Am rear spoiler, and a beak-like chrome front end that lets this Firebird look like it's spreading its wings. Plus, the crystal clear headlights, tinted windows, and American Racing Torq Thrust wheels with an aggressive 17/18 inch front/rear stance hint at the upgraded machine within.
The black interior looks great against the silver exterior, and the condition is just as fresh. Good upholstery, clean door panels, plush carpeting, and a smooth dash are all part of this inviting package. Plus, there's cold-blowing air conditioning, an AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input, and a full subwoofer speaker system to give this modern comfort. But this build is really all about performance. You know that when your right hand grabs the B&M shifter, and your left one feels the grip of the sports steering wheel w/power steering. And a full AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauge package, you know there's something quite special under the hood.
The engine bay looks terrific with all the polished components radiating from within the slick dark inner walls. Those who know Pontiacs also know that Butler Performance is the one really keeping the power torch lit. So it's great to see their 474 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. This is built with the right go-fast goodies like Edelbrock heads, an Edelbrock intake, fabricated Butler valve covers, and a Holley four-barrel carburetor. It's supported by the right components, including an aluminum radiator w/electric fan, serpentine belt system, and the battery mounted in the trunk for better weight distribution. And this mighty motor exhales from a set of Doug's long tube headers to add even more power while contributing to the thunder of the Flowmaster dual exhaust. Power is nothing without control, and so as you look underneath, you'll notice front adjustable coilovers, rear traction bars, subframe connectors, Toyo performance tires, and Hotchkis sway bars front and rear. There's even four-wheel power disc brakes with drilled & slotted rotors. And the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission is a stout unit that also provides overdrive comfort for great all-around driving.
This is the sleek build that's done with both power and comfort in mind. It makes for a terrific restomod that you just know belongs in your garage. Call today!!!
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