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Pontiac Firebird: The History Behind One Of America’s Greatest Pony Cars

GM might have left the Pontiac Firebird behind, but history hasn’t. The Pontiac Firebird is an American pony car whose legacy of high-performance engine options and striking style will live on in American history for centuries as one of the nation’s most significant domestic enthusiast cars. It all started in 1967 as Pontiacs response to the Ford Mustang and the sister car of the Chevrolet Camaro. People were immediately blown away by the powerful Pontiac engine line-up and more luxurious features than the Camaro. Of course, Pontiac was constantly struggling to be GM’s performance brand, which helped their case. Not much changed throughout the first generation, apart from the addition of the Trans Am package in 1969… read more >

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