1968 Pontiac Firebird 350 V8 
• $31,495
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Listing No. 57234 posted on 27 May (Expires on 26 Jun)

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1968 Pontiac Firebird

The Emerald Dragon

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Recovered from Tokyo Japan in 2009, the ‘Emerald Dragon’ is completely restored to its original condition.  The ‘Emerald Dragon’ is an outstanding example of the American Muscle Car, sharing its roots with the Chevrolet Camaro.  With the current owner looking to start the next car project, ‘The Emerald Dragon’ is ready for its new owner!

Pontiac introduced the Firebird in February 23, 1967 to compete with the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang.  Firebird was marketed as an upscale pony car to complement the already popular GTO.  Although the Firebird is less well-known than the Camaro, its unique styling cues and numerous engine options made it quite the performer on the street.

Many Firebirds look great, but few are true classics.  The ‘Emerald Dragon’ is a fully functional classic piece of Americana.  Everything works, including the wipers, stereo, air-conditioning, bright beams, gauges . . . even the cigarette lighter.  Total turn-key.

Specs:

Air conditioning (blows warm and cold), front disc brakes, Kicker Stereo with Tube Blaster Sub-woofer/amp, read-end sway bar, 4-spd Hurst Shifter, 320 hp V-8, electric choke and radiator fan, plus many extra!

 

  • Listing No.
  • 57234
  • Price:
  • $31,495
  • Year:
  • 1968r
  • Make:
  • Pontiac
  • Model:
  • Firebird
  • VIN:
  • 223378U606351
Body Style: Coupe
Mileage: 2492
Condition: Excellent
Doors: Two Doorl
Engine: 8 Cylinders
Transmission: StandardȆ
Drive Type: 2 Wheel Drive
Exterior Color: Green
Interior Color: Black
  • Power Steering
Advertiser: ToddPorter
Member Since: May 8, 2015
  301-997-4592
  Lusby, Maryland
  portertodda[at]gmail.com

Address Being Mapped: 277 Cove Drive Lusby Maryland 20657 United States
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