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'67 Firebird Convertible W/ 454 by Gerard
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1967 Pontiac Firebird Overview

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1967 Pontiac Firebird

Sharing a platform and some body parts with the Chevy Camaro, the 1967 Pontiac Firebird appeared on the pony car scene five months later, with a higher pricetag.  As a credible street competitor against the Camaro and Mustang, the 1967 Firebird distinguished itself from its Chevy cousin in its front end styling and under-the-hood power.  
Available as a 2-door coupe or convertible, the 1967 Firebird featured a split-front Pontiac grille with four headlights (to the Camaro's two), two stuck-up nostril hood scoops, and slat GTO-like taillights.  Six different engine options were featured, starting with the sluggish 230 single-barrel carb I6 rated at 165-hp.  The other six-cylinder engine, the Sprint, had a 4-barrel carb and got a more respectable 215-hp.  Both I6 engines were paired with a 3-speed manual or 2-speed automatic.  
The V8s were the true muscle car power behind the Firebird, however, and worth the extra money if you wanted more sports performance.  They were paired with either a heavy-duty 3-speed manual or regular 4-speed manual, with a 2 and 3-speed auto option.  A 326, 2-barrel carb hit 250-hp, and a High Output version with a 4-barrel carb hit 285-hp.  The High Output engine featured stiffer suspension and dual exhaust pipes as well.  The true pony king was the 400 V8 (the same as the GTO) which rated 325-hp.  This was also offered with the optional Ram Air, which featured a different camshaft.  The 400 V8 sported more performance-oriented parts.


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