Someone asked me to feature this car and I’m really glad they did. What a beautiful mean machine! This is a 1969 Pontiac Firebird 400!!!
Ehow.com says that the most notable characteristic of the ’69 Firebird 400 is the 400 cubic-inch V-8 engine for which it was named. The base 400 had a horsepower rating of 330, the Ram Air III 400 had 335 horsepower, and the Ram Air IV 400ci boasted 345 horsepower. Both Ram Air models had their power boosted by a molded-foam seal that directed air from forward-facing functional hood scoops to the Rochester four-barrel carburettor The hood scoops on the standard 400 were just for looks!