Pristine 1968 Firebird: Garage-Kept Classic Up for Grabs

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Pristine 1968 Firebird
Pristine 1968 Firebird

1968 marked a pivotal year for Pontiac’s Firebird, with over 107,000 units produced, a significant increase from the previous year’s figures. The absence of the Trans Am didn’t dampen the Firebird’s popularity, particularly the coupe variant, which accounted for the majority of sales.

This particular Firebird, captured in these photos, features a 350ci V8 engine, delivering robust performance while maintaining impeccable condition. Having spent its life with one family and housed in a garage since 1984, the car exhibits minimal signs of wear and rust, typical of a Texas-based vehicle.

Pristine 1968 Firebird
Pristine 1968 Firebird

The seller, omlm7088, notes the car’s pristine floors and trunk, indicative of its well-preserved state. While the vehicle’s originality remains uncertain, recent repairs, including a new convertible top, gas tank, and brakes, ensure its roadworthiness.

The engine and transmission have undergone refurbishment, further enhancing the car’s reliability and performance. Despite its age, the interior remains remarkably well-maintained, reflecting the owner’s care and attention.

Bidding for this Firebird has attracted nine participants, with the current bid at $10,100. However, the reserve price has yet to be met, underscoring the car’s exceptional condition and value. With five days remaining, prospective buyers have the opportunity to acquire a meticulously preserved piece of automotive history.

Nathan Henderson

By Nathan Henderson

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