Here it’s 1968 and you’ve never played Wide-Tracking?
Maybe you’re not a great American sport.
Here’s your big chance to find out. Pontiac’s Firebird for 1968. With bucket seats, wide-oval tires, a European-inspired, 175-hp Overhead Cam Six engine and some of the most exotic sheet metal ever to grace a sports car. And, if our basic fun machine doesn’t bring out the sport in you, you’ve still got four more chances, ranging all the way up to the 335-hp Firebird 400 H.O.
With twin hood scoops, dual exhausts, redline wide-ovals and heavy-duty floor shift. Each of the Magnificent Five carries our new bag of safety features, including windshield pillar padding. And if, after you’ve tried Wide-Tracking, none of the great American sports cars has gotton under your skin, what have you lost? You can go right back to spending your evenings at home.
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