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1968 Pontiac Firebird.
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Address: Palatine, IL Mileage: 122,000
Exterior Color: Verdoro Green Poly
Interior Color: Black Transmission: Auto
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Pontiac Firebird. PHS documented survivor '68 400 with turbo 400. 2 owner with paperwork from the original owner, including the first registration of car when new in Wa. state. Beautiful car with one freshen-up painting. Car has 122k miles on it Very Very nice car. Everything in this car is COMPLETELY ORIGINAL down to the firebird insignia on the side windows,along with glass ans wheels.The trim/chrome/seats/carpet/dash/headliner and weatherstripping is in excellent condition,The electrical is all original and in working order,has am/fm radio and yes it works as well,The suspension is all in good condition, and runs and drives very well, engine has been rebuilt with 60k miles, no leaks,no smoke,has dual exhaust in excellent condition, no signs of any accidents.Here is some History provided The styling difference from the 1967 to the 1968 model was the addition of Federally mandated side marker lights: for the front of the car, the turn signals were made larger and extended to wrap around the front edges of the car, and on the rear, the Pontiac (V-shaped) Arrowhead logo was added to each side. The front door vent windows were replaced with a single pane of glass.The 1969 model received a major facelift with a new front end design but unlike its big brother the GTO, it did not have the Endura bumper. The instrument panel and steering wheel were revised. The ignition switch was moved from the dashboard to the steering column with the introduction of GM's new locking ignition switch/steering wheel.Due to engineering problems that delayed the introduction of the all-new 1970 Firebird beyond the usual fall debut, Pontiac continued production of 1969 model Firebirds into the early months of the 1970 model year (the other 1970 Pontiac models had been introduced on September 18, 1969). By late spring of 1969, Pontiac had deleted all model-year references on Firebird literature and promotional materials, anticipating the extended production run of the then-current 1969 models.WE FINANCE/DELIVER AND SHIP WORLDWIDE Price: $31,995
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