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  • Original Pontiac Firebird and Trans Am 1967-2002

    ISBN: 1610591410,9781610591416.
  • Standard Catalog of Firebird 1967-2002

    Krause Publications. 2002. ISBN: 9781440225703,1440225702. 224 pages.

    Embrace the thundering horsepower of Firebird, Pontiac's number one performance car, in this full-color reference featuring comprehensive coverage of every Firebird built from 1967 to 2002. Owners and fans will enjoy tracking the evolution through hundreds of color photos while learning about their favorite models. More than 725 model and price listings provide vehicle descriptions, serial number explanations, original price and weight charts, equipment and available production data, engine...

  • Standard Catalog of Die-Cast Vehicles

    Krause Publications. 2005. ISBN: 9780873498210,0873498216. 672 pages.

    Find valuable collecting tips and hints in this guide to more than 5,000 listings of the hottest new and classic die-cast lines. It includes more than 5,000 detailed photos and a 32-page color section.

  • Standard Catalog of Pontiac, 1926-2002

    F+W Media, Inc.. 2012. ISBN: 9781440232404,1440232407. 368 pages.

    In Standard Catalog of Pontiac 1926-2002, collectors can speed through thousands of listings to obtain specifications, production data, and serial number information for their favorite Pontiacs. Every Pontiac model ever made from1926 to 2002 is listed, along with the predecessors to Pontiac, the Oakland cars produced from 1908-1931. Over 500 photographs help collectors clearly identify the Pontiacs through the years. Current collector values are provided in six grades of condition. Thousands...

  • Camaro & Firebird - GM's Power Twins

    Krause Publications. 2010. ISBN: 9781440217630,1440217637. 208 pages.

    GM's 1-2 Punch The argument will never have a winner. Which car was cooler, the Chevrolet Camaro, or the Pontiac Firebird? The two legendary GM F-bodies had so much in common - including the year they were born - that they would be forever joined at the hip. They were wildly popular with the car buying public and came in so many varieties that almost any driver could find happiness with a Camaro or Firebird. Alas, all good things usually come to an end, and GM pulled the plug on the two...