When a black 1969 Pontiac Firebird was listed this week, Cars On Line.com made it their featured DEAL of the DAY. Keep in mind that the first generation Pontiac Firebirds are one of the few collector cars which is going up in value in an otherwise downward trending collector car market. That’s why this one, posted by Vintage Motorcars of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, looks like such a good deal. (Be sure to follow this link to preview dozens of detailed high resolution photos of this black 1969 Pontiac Firebird at Vintage Motorcars.) It will be our featured DEAL of the DAY on Saturday. This Poncho Pony features the original “numbers matching” Pontiac 350 which provides plenty of torque and power for this little car, says Vintage Motorcars. The quick 350 ci V8 makes this car a peppy ride. They think the automatic transmission may be the original also. Most important is the price, however. They are only asking $21,900.
Here is what Vintage Motorcars had to say:
This Pontiac features the original “numbers matching” Pontiac 350 which provides plenty of torque and power for this little car. If you are not familiar with the Pontiac 350’s; you really need to give them a chance! They have more pep which equals more fun than the Chevy 350’s. I believe the automatic transmission to be original to the car as well; however I have not confirmed the numbers. Everything performs just the way it should, and propels you down the road just as you would expect from a late 60’s muscle car. The power steering and power front disc brakes help add to the experience without having to muscle the car around corners.
The sheet metal appears to all be original to the car which is not surprising since I pulled the car out of east / central Missouri. The entire car has been repainted in a beautiful black base coat / clear coat, and shines like only black can! The vinyl top is brand new, and all the door gaps are just as they should be.
The interior is in excellent shape featured in black bucket seats and center console. The upholstery is clean with no rips, tears or excessive wrinkling. All the gauges on the interior work as they should including the horn!
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