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brandyv73's 1968 Firebird

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NJ96Formula

New from South Jersey

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I just bought a 1996 Firebird Formula Convertible 6 speed about 1 year ago.  Its my Daily driver.  Upgrading as I go

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Got any pics of the bird?

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Looks great! What's done to her?

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welcome to FP!

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So far just bolt ons. K&N CAI and a Texas Speed Rumbler cat back along with the passanger side cat and pipe. The car sat for 8yrs before I bought it so I've done all the hoses, Water pump, Full tune up. Including the dreaded Opti spark cap and rotor AHHH what a PITA. The rear of the intake manifold was starting to leak really badly so I just did that 2 weeks ago. The convertible top was in bad shape when I bought it. I had it replaced a month ago. The leather interior is in great shape no rips or cracks. I'd really like to get the seats redone with the color to match the convertible top. But in the meantime I bought some cheap universal seat covers that are close in color Black and Burgundy. Also a Burgundy shifter ball. I'm trying to save up for BBK shorty Headers.In the near future I'd like to replace all of the Fuel lines rubber and metal along with the rubber and metal Brake lines. Oh yeah Ive also replaced the U joints and the rear diff fluid and tranny fluids and brakes at purchase.

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Nice, good amount of restoring and upgrades you got going there ;)

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Thanks for the welcome

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Welcome to FP!

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Welcome along! 

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