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Pontiac Firebird
The General Motors Firebird concept cars from the 1950s and
early 1960s were also known by this moniker. Around the
world, mythical Firebirds can be found in various civilizations.
A prophetic glowing bird from a faraway region is described in
Slavic tradition; it is both beautiful and dangerous, and is both
a blessing and a sign of doom for its captor. It's possible to
interpret the decal on the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am as a
Native American emblem. From the 1967 to 2002 model years, Pontiac built and
produced the Firebird, an American vehicle. It was unveiled on
February 23, 1967, five months after GM's Chevrolet division's
platform-sharing Camaro, as a pony car intended to compete
with the Ford Mustang.
The 1967 Firebird debuted with five different engine options,
each of which was marketed as a distinct model: Basic sprint 6-
cylinder engines with 165 or 215 horsepower and popular V8
options: Along with the powerful 400cid V8 from the GTO, the
Firebird 326 and 326 HO have 250 to 285 horsepower.
There are many black cushions and two bucket seats inside.
With the exception of a few fractures in the dashboard and door
cards' plastic, the cabin area has otherwise held up well over
time.
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