1967 Pontiac Firebird Convertible 4-Speed
Current Bid: $19,000 (USD) by:
East Hampton, Massachusetts
This early-production 1967 Pontiac Firebird convertible was the 140th example manufactured for the year and is the recipient of a recent restoration. the body is finished in Cameo Ivory over a black vinyl interior, and power is delivered by a 455ci V8 paired to a 4-speed manual gearbox. This first-generation Firebird is offered with build documentation and a clean title in the seller's name.
The body was recently resprayed in its factory color, Cameo Ivory (Code C), and exterior features consist of chromed bumpers, a convertible soft top, and a factory-optioned hood-mounted tachometer. Lighting, door handles, and the top all function as they should, and all trim is present
Factory correct 14" two-tone black and chrome wheels are wrapped in 235/80 BF Goodrich Radial T/A rubber. Handling is assisted through power steering, and braking is not power-assisted. The seller reports that the windshield washer pump was replaced at the time of the restoration but is inoperable.
The interior is trimmed in black (Code 259), with new vinyl and door panels. A wood grain Hurst shifter matches the instrument surround and three-spoke steering wheel. The right signal indicator is not working and the glove box does not open per the seller.
A non-functional factory AM radio, 120-mph speedometer, and 7k tachometer are shown in photos. Mileage is shown to be approximately 19k, but the true total is unknown.
PHS documentation shows the car was originally owned by Pontiac Motor Division and powered by a 2-barrel 326ci V8 mated to a 3-speed manual transmission. Subsequent to the restoration, power now comes from a 4-barrel 455ci V8 paired with a Muncie M20 4-speed manual transmission. Other features include an Edelbrock intake manifold, polished valve covers, and a fully painted block and heads.
A dual exhaust system is fitted with an X-pipe and protected by a driveshaft loop.
A binder containing information and photos of the restoration, a window sticker showing an MSRP of $3,388.79, the original owner's manual, and more will be included in the sale. Two videos are available for viewing below.