In 1969 Firebird convertibles featured new bodyside sculpturing and a redesigned front end with a separate chrome grill.

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1967, 1968, 1969 Pontiac Firebird Specifications

The 1967-1969 Pontiac Firebird was regarded as a "Pontiacized" version of Chevrolet's Camaro -- but it wasn't without its own attractive attributes, including five separate offerings keyed to engine type.

Specifications

Engines: sohc I-6, 230 cid (3.88 × 3.26), 165/215 bhp (1967 only); sohc I-6,250 cid (3.88 × 3.53), 175/215/230 bhp (1968-69); ohv V-8, 326 cid (3.72 × 3.75) 250/285 (1967 only); 350 cid (3.88 × 3.75), 265/320 bhp (1968-69); 400 cid (4.12 × 3.75), 320/325/330/335/340/345 bhp

Transmissions: 3/4-speed manual, 3-speed Hydra-Matic automatic

Suspension front: upper and lower A-arms, coil springs

Suspension rear: live axle on semi-elliptic leaf springs

Brakes: front/rear drums, optional front discs

Wheelbase (in.): 108.0

Weight (lbs.): 2,955-3,350

Top speed (mph): 110-115

0-60 mph (sec): 4.8-10.1

Production: 1967 htp cpe 67,032; cvt 15,526; 1968 htp cpe 90,152; cvt 16,960; 1969 htp cpe 76,059; cvt 11,649 (1969 figures include 697 Trans Am models)

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