This Pontiac Firebird Restoration Guide 1967-1969 was written by Joe Moore and published by PAH Publishing. It is the essential reference guide for first generation firebirds. It includes coverage for:
- Six Cylinders
- Ram Air
- Ram Air II
- Ram Air III
- Ram Air IV
In 1967, Pontiac unleashed their pony car to compete with the Mustang and Camaro. It was originally named "Banshee" but was later changed to Firebird. It had sporty looks and packed a powerful punch with their 400 cubic inch engine and a suspension that could out corner the Mustang.
This unique restoration guide for the first gen Firebird is a complete encyclopedia of original part numbers and codes. This guide provides answers to questions such as:
- Where do I find serial numbers and how do I decode them?
- What is the cylinder head casting number for a 1969 350 with a 4-bbl?
- What are the instrument panel color numbers for my 1967 Firebird?
- What was the sales number / code for dealer installed options?
This guide will serve as a valuable tool in your restoration toolbox, and we recommend that you don't go to the salvage yard without it.
Subject: Classic Muscle Car Illustrated Restoration Guides: Pontiac Firebird. Sprint, Firebird H.O. and Trans Am.
1967, 1968, 1969 | ISBN-10: 0974773026 | ISBN-13: 9780974773025