Wide-Tracking will never be a spectator sport. Obviously.
As long as there are five Firebirds in the world, how could it be?
Take the Firebird 400 demonstrated lovingly below. Its 330 hp was put there to quickly inform anyone what a sports car really is. And you can order a 335-hp Ram Air version that uses those hood-mounted scoops to breathe.
Of course, what any of the Magnificent Five won’t do for a winding piece of asphalt isn’t worth mentioning. The reasoning behind our confidence is obvious as the way Firebird’s extra-wide tires stubbornly stick to a road. Held there by Wide-Track. And a suspension they’re still trying to name a glue after.
Now, can you think of a better way to take advantage of all those new highways they’ve been building? If you answered no, see your Pontiac dealer and go Wide-Tracking at your earliest convenience. The great Wide-Track drive is on.
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