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'69 Technical Information

Vehicle Identification Number

The 1967 model's Vehicle Identification Number is located on a stainless steel plate riveted to the left door jamb on the hinge post facing. The 1968-71 models have a plate visible through the windshield on the driver's side dash panel. (V.I.N. Information)

Body Tag Information

The body tag gives information about the model, body style, paint color, interior color, and date of manufacturer. This tag is found riveted to the firewall near the master cylinder on the 1967-69 models. (Body Tag Information)

Drivetrain ID Number Information

Find engine, transmission, axle, carburetor, distributor, and head casting identification codes and information in this section. (More)

AMA Specifications
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Find techniqual information via this link. The types of information include body dimensions, bore and stroke, firing order, rocker ratio, valve system timing, ignition system breaker gap for the 1968 Pontiac Firebird. (More)

Accessories for your 1969 Pontiac Wide-Track

Original 1969 documentation listing all options and accessories that were available on the Pontiac Firebird was used to create this comprehensive list. Use the information in this section along with a Billing History Card to verify the options and accessories that were originally equiped on your Firebird. (More)

Paint and Trim Samples

Find on the Body Tag Information page paint and trim samples with matching codes from the body tag. (More)

Car Storage Information

Some things you might want to do before you put your Firebird in winter storage. These suggestions came from Pontiac Historic Services and an information packet I picked up over the years. (More)

First Generation Firebird FAQs

Find answers to Frequently Asked Questions for first generation Firebirds that have been asked on First Generation Firebird-L. Answers from estimated value of your car, where to buy a certain part, to how do you convert drum brakes to disk brakes. Special thanks needs to be given to all the Firebird-L owners that took the time to respond to other subscribers questions. These pages are continuously updated as new information is posted on the mailing list. (More)

Dealer Technical Bulletins

These were the documents sent out by Pontiac to keep the dealers informed about changes, problems, or solutions with their cars. Now you can find them at your fingertips. (Note: Future addition will include the '67 and '69 bulletins.) (More)

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