This is one of the most unique '67 Firebirds you'll ever see. It has eye grabbing, House of Kolor paint, nice American Racing wheels (16" front/18" rear) and a cool interior. The elephant in the room is , of course, the 750 hp (approx.) 468 BBC with polished BDS 8-71 blower sticking through the hood. The engine was built by Mark Prince from RPM Speed and Machine in Wilmington, NC and has less than 50 miles on it. I ran conventional oil in it during the break in period to get proper parts mating and ring seating. I just did the post break in oil change, and am now running 20w 50 Royal Purple full synthetic. The transmission is a built TH400 racing transmission from Dynamic. It's a three speed with a manual valve body, so you have to shift it yourself. The car also has line locks for staging, but it hasn't seen the drag strip. The exhaust rumbles through huge SuperComp headers and exits from dual 4" stainless exhausts. It is super loud, has good cam lope at idle, and some blower surge which is normal. There is a custom stereo inside, complete with sub, amps, and a CD player, but I doubt you'll want to listen to the radio. The air tank for the front air bag suspension is located in the trunk, and is color matched to the body. An air compressor is hidden in the trunk as well behind a finishing panel with the stereo components. The interior is a creamy white color with orange accents. Up front there are BMW seats, and safety belts have been added. The steering wheel is a billet specialties wrapped in orange leather. Dynamat sound deadener was installed throughout, along with billet handles, a security system, all AutoMeter gauges, and power door locks. Even the trunk is upholstered to match. SUSPENSION: Ladder bars and multi-leaf springs out back, and air bags up front with relocated front shocks. The rear end is a Competition Engineering fabricated 9" Ford, with a Yukon 3.73 ring and pinion. EXHAUST SYSTEM: 2.5" Hooker SuperComp, Full Race Headers, followed by 4" stainless steel exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. TIRES: In the rear are Goodyear Eagle F1s measuring 275/40, and up front are 225/50s. WHEELS: American Racing polished "Torque-thrust style" 16s up front and 18s in the rear. FUEL SYSTEM: Polished stainless steel fuel tank with in-tank fuel pump. RADIATOR: Big Be Cool polished radiator with Be Cool Extreme Duty polished Show and Go high velocity puller fan, and a trans cooler. BRAKES: 12" Corvette calipers on all four corners. Cross Drilled & Slotted rotors, Corvette master cylinder. This NASSSSSSTY Firebird is absolutely amazing, and has the best of everything! There are no budget, or junk parts on the 'bird. The car runs and drives good, and doesn't overheat. It has never seen a drop of rain since I bought it in '09. Hell, I don't even wash it. I just wipe it down and wax it to keep water out of the cracks and crevices. That way, no rust can even think about forming. The car looks faster than it probably is. Traction is hard to come by with that much power on tap and street radials out back. I thought about tubbing the car, but I didn't plan on building it for the track, so I left it alone. Plus, I hate to cut up the all-steel body. Yes, I know there's a gaping hole in the hood. I've never ran the quarter, but my guess would be mid to low 11s. Slicks would make a big difference, but again it's not a race car. I get so much attention when I take the car out. I love the feeling I get when people stop and stare or match my speed on the road while they film me with their cell phone. Probably not safe considering I'm creating distracted drivers everywhere I go. Lol. The car has a few small chips in the paint, but that can be expected on any street-driven car. It still shows extremely well. Included in the price, I'm also selling my 2010 Diamond 24' Vee-nosed, enclosed trailer. I won't have any use for it if the car goes. The trailer is black with diamond plate, and has dual heavy duty axles and LED lights all around. The Firebird and the trailer are a package. I will consider separating the two if you don't have need for a trailer. Please do not contact me with unsolicited offers. I do not need help selling the car. Also, I am not forced to sell, so please only contact me with reasonable offers. I am only contemplating selling, and I may get something else down the road. That being said, I am not interested in trades. Thank you for your interest. Please feel free to contact me anytime if you want specifics on something I didn't mention, or you want a close up pic of something. Semper Fidelis.