1967 Pontiac Firebird (#639) Pontiac's first pony car provided
sporty personal transportation for those seeking to make a more
upmarket impression than the new Chevrolet Camaro offered, and when
the "Firebird 400" was specified, Pontiac Motor Division's F-body
became a bonafide muscle car. Order the open-air version and your
grin could be even more prominently displayed when the top was
down, as you put 325 horses to work on the interstate. POWERTRAIN
400-cu.in. V-8 is original to the car, because the engine unit
number on the block matches the one listed on the "1967 Car Billing
History" copy that was provided in the PHS documentation. t the
engine has about 20,000 miles on it since it was rebuilt by a
previous owner. Its bottom-end parts are said to have been
upgraded, a Holley carburetor has replaced the Rochester Quadrajet,
and MSD ignition parts and an aftermarket exhaust system were
installed. "There is no significant smoke after startup and no
leaks that I know of." The previous owner replaced the
factory-installed Turbo Hydra-Matic 400 three-speed automatic with
a five-speed manual transmission to "increase the fun factor,"
EXTERIOR According to the "1967 Car Billing History," this Firebird
400 left the assembly line painted Tyrol Blue (code F), but the
cowl data plate denotes code-R Regimental Red next to "PAINT" and
the car is that color. It was repainted by a previous owner, "The
paint is a 7 out of 10. There are spots on the rear decklid that
need to be repainted." He continues, "The top is serviceable, but I
had planned to have it replaced. There is some damage on the
passenger's side of the top never drove in the rain, so I do not
know if it leaks. The vehicle was restored before I owned it and it
appears that the floorboards have been replaced. There is no rust
on the car, save a spot that may be rust on the decklid. It is the
size of a pinhead." He found no issues with the glass and says that
all the lighting works. INTERIOR Nice condition CHASSIS Recent work
includes a new power-steering pump and a brake job, per the seller.
He also says that the bushings and shocks are good, and he has a
spare set of shocks that are included with the sale. He reports
there is minimal play in the steering, and the wheels are in good
shape, DOCUMENTATION The seller states that this vehicle will be
sold on a clean Florida title in the previous owner's name.
Additional paperwork includes all maintenance paperwork from the
previous owner, specifically the engine rebuild and transmission
change, and all the PHS documentation. Financing/driveway delivery
1967 Pontiac Firebird
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