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Firebird and Trans Am

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This full-color history chronicles Pontiac's Firebird and Trans Am from 1967 to today. The Firebird hit the market as a response to the Ford Mustang and Mercury Cougar. Firebirds became an extremely popular car, but then the Trans Am came along offering more horsepower, more performance, a better package, and a "bad" look. For more than 30 years, both models headed Pontiac ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published May 11th 2002 by Motorbooks (first published 2002)
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Edgar Barcenas
Nov 17, 2009 rated it really liked it
This book is pretty good it has alot of pontaic car like the stock dragster and race cars. What this book is about is that it gives specs and detailes about pontiac car from the 1960 threw the 1990s. The book may not be as llong but it is pretty fun to read it shows you secs like the slp firehawk and stock car 2002 firebird they have really bright color pictures.
I recommend this book to car fanatics and kids who lik to read small books
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