1967 Pontiac Firebird for sale 101202041
1967 Pontiac Firebird
$29,995
Streetside Classics - Atlanta
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1967 Pontiac Firebird

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Classic Car Overview

Looking for a truly distinctive open-air classic? This first generation 67 Pontiac Firebird Convertible is far more seldom seen than its muscle car counterparts, and its running strong to provide that unmatchable feeling of being behind the wheel of a true convertible icon with just the blue sky above you. Its solid, road-ready status means theres nothing keeping you from getting this classic out on the road just as soon as you get it home, and with some refinements, it can be returned to its former glory. This Pontiac model has such a memorable look that just the mere mention of its name will conjure its image up right way, but GM had originally bestowed the Firebird moniker on a couple of its concept cars from the late 50s - one of which bore a striking resemblance to the Batmobile featured on television in the mid-60s. While this 67 is noticeably more refined than that TV icon, its a very appealing classic, with its distinctive front end wearing a prominent stretch of chrome separating its grille into two halves - a styling cue that really sets it apart visually from its rivals of the era. Its still clad in the same green color it debuted with and its also likely the original paint, so while the shade looks great in this setting, a trip to the paint booth for some freshening up will really elevate its authentically stock appearance. Should the skies darken while youre out on the road, a white vinyl convertible top stands by to protect you from inclement weather and it raises into position smoothly. The black vinyl interior also remains in almost entirely original configuration and proudly wears the same survivor status as whats on display outside the doors. As a result, youll see evidence of the passing years on the surfaces of the seating and maybe some other areas of the cockpit, but this driving environment is ready to serve in its present state and does offer some definite positives - all components are in place and the dash pad has already been replaced, for starters. Peer through the steering wheel and youll see that the factory-issue gauges in the instrument cluster are still surprisingly clear and readable - especially for a convertible, where the interior receives more UV exposure - and theyre still functional while being joined by a duo of aftermarket displays just below. Raise the deck lid and youll find a full size spare inside the trunk and a solid rubber seal in place to keep the elements out. The period correct 326 cubic inch V8 standing by in the engine compartment is really running strong. Its been further enhanced by an aftermarket 4-barrel carb and upgraded intake manifold and it exhales into a pair of headers to minimize backpressure, sending a nice, deep note out into its dual exhaust. The motor pairs with 3-speed automatic transmission that shifts with convincing firmness to make for a drivetrain you can be confident in hitting the road with, and when you do, the featured power steering will make those future miles all the more enjoyable. This coveted cruiser rolls on a set of 14 PMD wheels with chrome center caps that are wrapped with Dextero tires that appear to have a good amount of tread remaining. If youre on the hunt for a sharp, late 60s muscle car classic thats got distinctive styling and offers a ton of upside potential, you should check out this 1967 Pontiac Firebird Convertible. Call today!

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    223677U159719
  • Classic Car ID
    101202041
  • Stock Number
    4953-ATL
  • Category
    American Classics
  • Body Style
    N/A
  • New/Used
    Used
  • Mileage
    13,570 miles
  • Engine
    326 V8
  • Drivetrain
    N/A
  • Transmission
    3 Speed Automatic
  • Exterior Color
    Green
  • Custom Color
    N/A

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