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Latest Tech News: The first two Pontiac Firebirds ever built are now for sale on eBay – Daddyhood

When the Firebird first rolled off production lines back in 1967, it marked Pontiac's glorious entrance into the American pony car market.  Over 50 ye

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When the Firebird first rolled off production lines back in 1967, it marked Pontiac’s glorious entrance into the American pony car market.  Over 50 years later and the very first two Pontiac Firebirds to ever see the light of day, VINs #001 and #002, are up for sale on eBay Motorsin Lincoln, Nebraska. Following their discovery in a private collection, both cars have been fully restored and are in excellent condition.VIN #001 is a convertible, red inside and out, with a 326-cubic-inch V8 engine matched to a three-speed automatic transmission. VIN #002 gets the same engine, only with four-speed transmission, a coupe top and silver paint.This same pair of Pontiacs were also put on offer in 2016 at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Las Vegas, but the right buyer wasn’t in attendance and bidding failed to reach reserve. Now, following several major Hollywood takes on the life and works of John Z. DeLorean, the legendary general manager of GM’s Pontiac Motor Division during the early Firebird days, it remains to be seen if the two fully restored examples of American muscle will fetch the seller’s wanted price. The buy-it-now tag on the eBay listing has been set at US$285,000, with the current top bid at US$150,000.

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