The 1968 Firebird with its characteristic 'coke-bottle' styling - was brought to MPW restorations to modernize it for road course racing.

  • Front and rear coil-over suspension

A four-link suspension uses links to locate the axle from moving side to side and front to back while allowing it to travel up and down and articulate

  • Four-wheel disc brakes

Current standard racing disc brakes offered this Firebird a 75% increase in stopping power over the factory drum brakes.

  • Fuel Cell

A Fuel Cell is specially designed and built for racing use. Fuel cells are more impact resistant than a fuel tank. They can be made of steel, aluminum, or high-strength plastic. ... Many fuel cells also have a bladder and/or Fuel Cell Foam as additional safety precautions