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1967 Pontiac Firebird. The first generation Firebird had the coke bottle styling characteristics that were shared with its Chevrolet Camaro cousin, but Firebird bumpers were integrated into its front end design. Firebird was a consolation prize for Pontiac because it had wanted to make a two-seat sports car from its concept car (the Banshee). GM thought this might hurt Chevrolet Corvette sales so it gave Pontiac a piece of the "pony car" market instead.

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Stefani Wehner 19 Mar 2018

Like your rendering!!!

Joanie Holliday 02 Mar 2018

NEAT WORK