Pontiac introduced the Firebird February 23, 1967, to compete with the Chevrolet Camaro. The Firebird was designed from the Camaro’s F-Body design and the GTO’s A-Body drivetrain with a different rear end, split-grill front end, six vertical louvers on the front of the rear quarter panels, and louver style tail lamps.
In 1969, extensive exterior changes along with a new interior were made to both the convertible and coupe. They were now longer, wider, and heavier with a new one-piece Lexan front bumper-grill. Additional changes included: theft prevention steering column ignition and steering gearshift interlock, variable ratio power steering unit and single piston caliper optional disk brakes.
1969 Pontiac Firebird Convertible. The exterior is Green with a matching Green interior. 350 cubic inch two-barrel V8 Engine. Automatic transmission. Showing 35,712 miles. Black soft top. RWD. Radio.