1969 Pontiac Firebird

The Firebird was released by Pontiac as their entry into the Pony car market along with Chevrolet’s Camaro. Lots of available drive trains, unique styling and all options offered the consumer may desire, the Firebird did well and always has a strong following amongst Pontiac and muscle car enthusiasts.

While retaining most of its structural hard points, the 1969 Firebird got a restyling similar to the same year Camaro’s: It was broader in the fenders with a new front end that separated the headlights from the grille. Except for the revised body work and freshened interior, the basic elements of the ’68 Firebird carried over to ’69. The 350 H.O. gained five horsepower for a total of 325.

Finished in its factory correct colours of Verdoro Green Metallic with Green vinyl roof and black interior, this Firebird is equipped with its correct, numbers matching 350 HO factory rated at 325hp and automatic transmission. This car is also equipped with a long list of desirable factory options such as power steering, power front disc brakes, posi-traction axle with 3.55 ratio gears, rear window defroster, dual exhaust, rally gauges, hood mounted tach and much more. Over the years this car has been well maintained, as is shown by its solid overall condition. It is a great car for the enthusiast searching for a nice car to drive and enjoy. A Classic American Muscle Car with all the power and performance.

The attached manufacturers plate reads as follows;

– Style # 69 22337
– Body # LOR521935
– Paint # 73-G
– Trim # 208
– VIN # 223379U117904