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1967 Pontiac FIrebird

General Overview

Pontiac ushered in a new sports car in 1967-the Firebird.

It shared the same F-body styling and other elements with its General Motors cousin, the Camaro. Much of the sheet metal is shared, but Pontiac made sure to differentiate themselves from family.

The front end was very much still Pontiac with enclosed taillights that very much resembled the GTO. Under the hood was all Pontiac, offering five different engines to throw in the bay of this Pony car.

Pontiac offered many options with the Firebird so that customers could truly own a unique sports car, different from other cars, even Pontiac drivers.

The Firebird would never catch up to the sales and popularity of the first Pony car, the Mustang, but it was still successful, nevertheless.

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Engine 0 to 60 MPH Quarter Mile Source
400ci/325hp 5.8 sec 14.4 sec @ 100 mph Car & Driver


Available Engines:
I6-Firebird 230ci 1x1bbl 165 hp 216 lb-ft
I6-Firebird Sprint 230ci 1x4bbl 215 hp 240 lb-ft
Firebird 326 V8 326ci 1x2bbl 250 hp 333 lb-ft
Firebird HO 326ci 1x4bbl 285 hp 359 lb-ft
Firebird 400 400ci 1x4bbl 325 hp 410 lb-ft
Available Transmissions:
  • 2-Speed Auto (not 400 model)
  • 4-Speed Manual
  • 3-Speed Turbo Hydra-Matic (400 only)
  • 3-Speed Manual

Factory Exterior Colors

  • Starlight Black
  • Cameo Ivory
  • Monreux Blue Metallic
  • Fathom Blue Metallic
  • Tyrol Blue Metallic
  • Signet Gold Metallic
  • Linden Green Metallic
  • Gulf Turquoise Metallic
  • Mariner Turquoise Metallic
  • Plum Mist Metallic
  • Burgundy Metallic
  • Silverglaze Metallic
  • Verdoro Green Metallic
  • Regimental Red
  • Champagne Metallic
  • Montego Cream

Factory Interior Colors

  • Parchment
  • Medium Gold Metallic
  • Midnight Fawn Metallic
  • Dark Turquoise Metallic
  • Medium Blue Metallic
  • Red
  • Black

Production Numbers

  • 2-Dr Hardtop
    Total productions 90,152
  • 2-Dr Convertible
    Total productions 9,980

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