1973 Pontiac Firebird - TEXAS CAR


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Farmersville, Texas, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Pontiac
Model: Firebird
Type: Coupe
Year: 1973
Mileage: 98,524
VIN: 2S87M3N138900
Engine: V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed

1973 Pontiac Firebird

1973Pontiac FIrebirdTEXAS CAR

The major changes for the 1973 Firebird consisted of new “egg crate” grill inserts,

revised Endura bumper due to federal regulations, and the introduction of the

“Screaming Chicken” all-over hood decal. (www.myclassiccar.com)




Previous owner already started preparing for paint. A lot of the original pieces that were removed for paint are included. Please see picture with items laid out. Motor in car is not locked up. Unknown the last time it was fired up.
DigitUsageVINDecoded
1Mfgr2Pontiac
2ModelSFirebird (std.)
3-4Body872 door sport coupe
5EngineMV8 350-2v 145/155/160/175/250/265hp single exh.
6Year31973
7PlantNNorwood OH
8-13Sequential Serial #138900138900

* Bill of Sale transaction. NO TITLE. SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS - TIRES & WHEELS shown in pictures are NOT INCLUDED. ** Buyer is responsible for scheduling and paying for any and all shipping / pick up activities. Must contact seller to schedule day & time as this vehicle is kept in a gated property.



Courtesy of Wikipedia:The second generation debut for the 1970 model year was delayed until February 26, 1970, because of tooling and engineering problems; thus, its popular designation as a 1970½ model, while leftover 1969s were listed in early Pontiac literature without a model-year identification.[10] This generation of Firebirds were available in coupe form only; after the 1969 model year,
1973Model #
2 door base 6- & 8-cylinder 14,096
2 door Esprit 8-cylinder 17,249
2 door Formula 8-cylinder 10,123
2 door Formula SD 455 8-cylinder 43
2 door Trans Am 8-cylinder 4,550
2 door Trans Am SD 455 8-cylinder 252
Total 46,313

Actual production cars yielded 1/4 mile results in the high 14 to 15.0 second/98 MPH range (sources: Motor Trend Magazine, July '73 and Roger Huntington's book, American Supercar) – results that are consistent with a 3,850 pound car (plus driver) and the rated 290 SAE net horsepower figure.

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