Price range for 1959 firebird

Asked by May 15, 2018 at 07:55 AM about the Pontiac Firebird

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

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116,285

Where did you find a concept car like that for sale? Is it a Firebird 2 or 3 is a it a turbine engine unit? I would estimate close to a million if it is in showroom condition. They only saw limited use on raceways never on the highways.

4,120

I think you mean 1969, the Pontiac Firebird was introduced in 1967. Check on Ebay, prices range for models in fair to great condition run from $10,000 to $25,000. What you pay depends on what you want and how badly you want it. I know, I collect classic cars.

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116,285

There was a 1959 Firebird made by GMC. In the concept car line.

4,120

Back to my old car magazines on this one. Yes, my Popular Mechanics has an article for the 1959 Motorama Auto Show with a picture of the 1958 Firebird III concept car. The caption says that the Firebird I debuted at the Motorama in 1953 and the Firebird II appeared at the 1956 Motorama. No other mention of the car is made in the two page article.

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