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Its successor, Firebird II, debuted at General Motors Motorama in 1956. In addition to its regenerative fuel turbine, the automobile featured a titanium body, absolutely unbiased suspension, power disc brakes, electrical gear choice, and air conditioning that could probably be individually controlled. The last of GM’s Firebirds, Firebird III, was inbuilt 1958. It was the only Firebird to influence any GM manufacturing cars; each the 1959 and 1961 Cadillac lineups took styling cues from it.

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