Well-preserved 1978 Pontiac Firebird Formula. It's showing just over 47,xxx miles on the odometer and still features the factory interior. It's powered by the 350 V8, backed by a 3 spd automatic trans. Share your thoughts!!
The Pontiac Catalina in 1964 has either the 389 cu in (6.4 L) V8 or the 421 cu in (6.9 L) engine. The transmission choices this year include the Roto-Hydramatic automatic three speed or a three speed standard.
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The third year of production for the Mercury Cougar is 1969 and refinements are evident. All models have the new vertically oriented divider bars that feature concave tail lights, rather than the previous horizontally configured bars with convex tail-lights, although they remain sequential and the full width of the rear end. The standard and the higher trim RX-7 can be optioned with a convertible. The standard equipment engine is now a 350 Windsor, but the 390 and 427 are also available.
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Full sized Chevrolet pickup trucks from 1960 until 1998 will either be a "C" designation-for the one or two wheel drive units or a "K" for the 4 wheel drive versions. The factory power options in 1963 are a choice of 6-six cylinder versions with the largest a 305 cu in (5.0 L) V6. The V8 engines on the table were either the 283 or the 327 small blocks. Transmission choices from the factory included a two speed automatic or two fully sychromesh standards, a 3 speed and a 4 speed.
The truck imaged here has a 350 CID V8 bored to 60 thousandths over along with a number of performance options including Hooker headers and an Edelbrock intake. The transmission is a TH350 automatic with an added shift kit.
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