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The 1977 Firebird Trans Am: one of the more popular Second-Generation models The Pontiac division of General Motors built the Pontiac (pony car) Firebird between 1967 and 2002. V8 engines powered most of the Firebird's until 1982 when Pontiac engines were discontinued.
The first generation of the Pontiac Firebird was from 1967 to 1969. They were assembled in Van Nuys California and included a 2-door coupe with a convertible option. The body was the coke bottle style with bumpers that was made into the design.
The second generation of the Pontiac Firebird ran from 1970 to 1981. They included the Firebird Espirit, Formula, Trans Am Skybird, Redbird and Yellowbird. There were also special versions of the Firebird like the Bandit and Macho Trans-Am.
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The coke bottle styling was replaced with a more swoopy body style and the top of the rear window line stretched straight down to the truck lid.
The third generation Firebird saw the vehicle more streamlined to save fuel. The fuel crisis demanded that cars be more fuel-efficient. In 1989 the fastest car in the American market was the Firebird.
The fourth generation of the Pontiac Firebird was between 1993 and 2002. The body style wasn't changed very much from the third generation cars but sales started to decline until 2002 when the Pontiac Firebird saw its last model roll out onto the streets. But the Pontiac Firebird is still in demand today with the older ones being collector's items
On this page you will find many Pontiac Firebird's for sale besides parts and service manuals. 1969, left handed, Gibson, 1968, 1967, 1969, 67, 1970, 1979, 68 and more.
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