The Pontiac Firebird covered so many bases in the automobile world. It appeared at the same time that the Chevrolet Camaro did (and had many of the same parts). It was General Motors answer to the Ford Mustang. The Pontiac Firebird during the burgeoning heyday of the muscle car. It was a sleek looking car with distinctive lines and quite the punch under the bonnet (that was for our English friends) in the shape of a killer small block and a huge big block with four hundred plus horses. You could get the Firebird in hard top or a convertible and of course with an automatic transmission or manual. You could find the Firebird on the streets cruising or on the dragstrips and roadcourses all over the US. The Firebird was a beast of a car but could handle with the best of them. You could through it into a corner and come out the other side with nary a scratch. Sure the Camaro got the better press but the Firebird was equal in every way.
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