1968 Pontiac Firebird
The 1968 Pontiac Firebird represented the 2nd production year for this new Pontiac. The car received minor exterior changes. The most noticeable was the removal of the quarter window vents (similar to what happened with the 1968 Camaro).
On the outside this car featured the same smooth bulging lines found on the Camaro but included a integrated front bumper which was part of entire grill assembly. It also featured additional chrome trim emblems on the front fenders and tail panel.
A new option for the performance model Firebird 400 was an increase
in horsepower. The newly optional Ram Air 400 motor from the GTO
was added to the lineup mid year.
Hardtop, convertible, Firebird 400
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