COMPLETELY RESTORED AND HANDSOMELY PRESENTED THROUGHOUT
LASER STRAIGHT BLACK PAINT WITH BLACK INTERIOR AND POWER TOP
RPO W66 400 CI, 330 HP V-8/TURBO-HYDRAMATIC AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
HIGHLY EQUIPPED WITH FACTORY-INSTALLED FEATURES AND OPTIONS
A/C, POWER BRAKES (FRONT DISC), HOOD TACH, CONSOLE, RALLY GAUGES
ACCOMPANIED BY PHS DOCUMENT PACKAGE CONFIRMING FACTORY DATA
Launched in February 1967, Pontiacs sporty new Firebird may have shared its basic architecture with Chevrolets Camaro, yet it featured distinctive, upscale styling, set-back engine placement for better handling and a wide array of available options. For the final model year of the original Firebird generation in 1969, select styling updates included a body-color Lexan nose and narrower front bumper. As before, the Firebird 400 was the performance leader, packing the 330 HP RPO W66 V-8 engine as standard equipment.
Accompanied by a Pontiac Historical Services (PHS) document package confirming its factory data, this 1969 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible was very well equipped with features and options including a 330 HP RPO W66 400 CI V-8 engine. Checking the W66 option box also included chrome for the air cleaner, rocker covers and oil cap, plus dual exhaust, a flexible cooling fan and more. Other factory options included a Turbo-Hydramatic three-speed automatic transmission, pushbutton radio with power antenna and 8-track stereo tape player, cruise control, upgraded steering wheel, hood-mounted tachometer, console and Rally gauge cluster, variable-ratio power steering, front disc brakes, a power top, front-seat headrests and adjustable front and rear shock absorbers. Following assembly, this very special Firebird 400 convertible was shipped on November 29, 1968 and delivered to Haley Pontiac, Inc. in Richmond, Virginia.
As offered, this highly optioned Firebird 400 Convertible benefits handsomely from a total restoration, showcasing its impeccable black exterior and black power top, over black upholstery. The powerful 400 V-8 engine was rebuilt approximately 15,000 miles ago and the transmission has an approximate 1,000 miles of use since rebuilt. Maintenance work includes a new brake booster and replacement of the lower intake manifold gaskets. Well restored, presented and highly equipped with PHS-documented factory options, this 1969 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible rides on Rally II wheels mounting a set of period style Redline tires that complete the 1960s look and feel of this Firebird. Quite rare in todays market, it ticks the boxes for a great classic muscle car purchase on so many levels. Contact us for full details and get ready to add it to your collection today!