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Hi All.

Recently, a family member has passed away and has left quite a few vehicles for us to sort through!  I am helping my Godmother work through finding out more details on several cars and was wondering if any of you are able to give us any further information on what these two cars are?  The pink slip references only a 1968 Pontiac and a 1969 Pontiac.  Any help as to the full model designation would be greatly appreciated!  If you have any unique stories or background on production numbers, performance and values would also be greatly appreciated as these two cars are going to be advertised for sale shortly.

Thanks in advance for any information you may be able to share!

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You have a '68 and a '69 Firebird convertibles by the looks of things. Both are desirable since they are convertibles and the '69 looks to have been built with the 400 cubic inch engine based on the truck badge. I can't tell really anything else 

A company called Pontiac Historical Services (PHS) will fully document the car as it was built from the factory for about $75 a vehicle. You have to provide the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) along with your credit card. They will send you a complete document package of how the car left the factory, what options or packages it had, what color it was, what dealer it was originally shipped to, etc. A copy of the original window sticker is also included. It is well worth the money.

http://www.phs-online.com/

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Many thanks for this...super useful and I will contact PHS and see what they can dig up!!  Again, many thanks!!!

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You are most welcome.

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