Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is delighted to present
this first year, 1967 Pontiac Firebird in light yellow on black.
Firebird and Camaro launched the same year and were an instant hit.
They were applauded and offered a nice alternative to Ford's
Mustang- which had a 3 year head start in the Pony-Car market. And
although Firebird and Camaro shared the same F body platform,
Pontiac managed through the year to offer a very distinctive look
over it's GM competitor. Firebirds differ from big brother Lemans &
GTO A bodies mainly due to having a partial frame only under the
front, and subframe & leaf springs in the rear. As a result, they
are lighter... which made them winners at the dragstrips and with
gearheads on the street. They also made eye-catching daily drivers.
This particular car benefits from a nice quality restoration,
looking very clean, smooth and shiny. It was a V8 model from the
factory. Under the hood you'll find one of Pontiac's legendary 400
V8s with only 1050 miles on the 2020 rebuild. It's connected to a
3-speed automatic per the owner, using the original 2-speed console
shifter. The motor has a nice cam in it, with that sweet lope at
idle. An Edelbrock aluminum intake, Holley 4-barrel, open air
cleaner and headers help it breathe easier. Inside, a refreshed
bucket seat & console interior and custom steering wheel welcome
you. Equipment includes AM/FM/CD radio, power steering, power
brakes, and custom aluminum wheels. It's a sharp Pontiac with an
attitude that gets the looks!
1967 Pontiac Firebird
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