The first generation of the Pontiac Firebird is a pony car produced from 1967 to 1969. Available in both Coupe and Convertible versions, the Firebird has a masculine and aggressive design. It is based on the same platform as the first generation of the Chevrolet Camaro and was initially available in five versions: two six-cylinder in-line (one of 165 and one of 215HP) and three V8s (one of 250, one of 285, and the most powerful of 325HP). It is possible to choose between automatic and manual transmission. In 1968, the Firebird was the subject of a restyling in which the whole engine range increased power and a new engine is introduced: the 340HP Ram Air II. A second facelift arrived the following year. Once again, the engine range was slightly overhauled, and the exterior aesthetics became even more impressive thanks to an unprecedented spoiler and new air intakes. Introduced in 1970, the second generation of the Firebird instead presents evident aesthetic differences compared to its predecessor.
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🏎️ Pontiac Firebird I
🛠️ 6-cylinder in-line OHC 165HP
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