1967 Pontiac Firebird User Reviews

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    1967 Pontiac Firebird Review
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    5
    Lots of fun wish I still had one
    Cargo Capacity Ranked 1973 Plymouth Barracuda better.
    "bigger car body and trunk"
    Value Ranked 1973 Plymouth Barracuda better.
    "faster, sleeker, lots of fun"
    1967 Pontiac Firebird Review
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    My Review. — I've owned this car for a long time. Built it from the ground up 20 years ago, been sitting for about 15 years. I can't waitn to get it back on the road, fully modernized from a handling perspective, and some modern upgrades in the drivetrain.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: It was my first car!

    Cons: Costs a lot to restore!

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    A Work In Progress — I've owned this car since 1994 and have loved every minute of it! This "Time Machine" is a blast to drive and show. The only real bummer are the drum brakes. When I'm out and about I get one hard stop after that I slow down!

    Pros: This car is all stock and has AC!

    Cons: The drum brakes and the difficulty folding the power top down

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    American Muscle At Its Finest — Amazing performance. Chevy 350 small block. Cams, headers, lifters, push rods, Demon carb, Edelbrock valve covers, the works, etc. Front passenger side fender is smashed. It's 43 yrs old, of course it has rattles and squeaks. Amazing color. Brand new interior. Looks and compliments everywhere I take it. 7mpg =/ It's an antique so things are always needing to be replaced. So much fun. If you like American muscle, you'll love it. Great exceleration, needs disc brakes tho.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: PERFORMANCE!!!! Attention

    Cons: Older. Will always need work.

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    Great Weekend Driver — I have had this car for about 5 years now> My dad bought it so we could work on it together. The 400 engine is very fast. It definitely turns heads everywhere i go. It doesnt get good gas mileage, but thats okay with me because the engine is huge and fast.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: Fast and looks good

    Cons: Expensive to fix up

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    I Love It! My First Car And I Will Never Get Rid Of It! — This car has taken 6 years to restore and is almost done! This car was my first car, and right off I put way too much time and money into it. This is a beautiful car and has quickly became a show car!

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: It took sooo long!

    Cons: Its sooo beautiful!

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    Would Love To Own One Again. — Loved the car (my first). It had a cracked block (326) at the time and bought and rebuilt a 400 to put in its place. The car squeaked and rattled, but would get from point A to B in a hurry. Gas mileage didn't matter back then. It was a blast to drive!

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: Nastolgic factor.

    Cons: Money pit.

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    1967 Pontiac Firebird Review
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    Classical Native American - Pontiac- The Chief Of American Ingenuity. — A classic convertible, both interior and exterior matching to the T! Performance equal to it's appearance and built to be a classic. Maintenance is worth the effort for a collector of classic beauty. This is a fun car to own, to show off and to drive, esp. in the summer.

    Pros: Great Looks

    Cons: Don't make them anymore.

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    '67 Firebird Convertible W/ 454 — ZZ454 Crate Engine, March Mid-Mount Pulleys, MSD Ignition, Heddman Ceramic Coated Headers, Edelbrock Victor Water Pump, S&B Top Flow Air Filter, Remote Mount Oil Filter, and a Griffin Radiator. My Carb Varies Depinding on Purpose. QA1 Coil-Over Front Adjustable Shocks, QA1 Rear Adjustable Shocks, Hotchkis Multi-Leaf Springs, Competition Engineering Subframe Connectors, and Lakewood Traction-Action Bars. Disc Brakes and Line Locks In Progress. Centerline Convo-Pro Rims. 7.5" in front, 10" in the Rear. Cooper Cobra Tires, Lowest in Front, Widest in Rear. Performance - I haven't met anyone on the street that had a faster car yet. I have people give me offers to buy, ask me to "light em up", and/or ask me to race several times during every drive; and I have never had a ticket to this date in this car. Build Quality-Mechanical Parts=Excellent : Wiring Harness=Nightmare Apprearance- When it was baby blue and quiet it was more of a chick magnet, now it's just all out bad ass. Cost- Giant money pit for they past 4 years, getting it right though. Fun Factor- Very fun to drive even when no going fast. Would you recomend this car to a friend? I have a friend who has another

    Pros: Fast, Good Looking, Respectable, Convertible, Fun

    Cons: Wiring mess

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    Firebird — my baby before i got married 1967 firebird 326HO borrel blue with r/t stripes and black leather buckets she was great but the handling wasnt good at high speeds it liked to lift and wander but the takeoff was nice and she sounded amazing the only problem was the firewall was paper thin and you where fried out of the car

    Pros: looked great

    Cons: firewall is paper thin

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2002 Pontiac Firebird Reviews

    The Power And The Look Of A Classic Sports Car. By Hollywoodhandler

    This car is very eye-catching. The sleek style always turns heads, especially when the top is down. It has lots of power and handles corners like a dream. it gets approximately 22-24 miles mpg highway... Read More

    Soooo Much Fun By mottomike7

    and at least with my version 188k miles, the reliability was an issue. The alternator went along with the pullies and the belts but in all fairness any car that is 13 years old and with nearly 200k of... Read More

    2001 Pontiac Firebird Reviews

    Ls1 By Kyle

    Its a nice powerful car with amazing looks. Gm did a awesone job at making the 4th f bodys. Its a true mustang killer! With over 300hp stock and very little to be done to make it to 400hp. ls1 was tou... Read More

    My "mid-life Crisis" Car! By Ran322

    It takes some getting used to, and there are a few tricks to learn to be able to see around the blind spots and keep the back from sliding on the turns. I certainly wouldn't let my 20 year old son dr... Read More

    2000 Pontiac Firebird Reviews

    It's Awesome ! By Dianataylor

    I didn't have anything that I disliked about this car. It's fun, very economy, easy to maintain and a lot of fun to drive. Especially after a stressful day. There is nothing like driving around with ... Read More

    I Would Definitely Recommend This Car. Sleek, Smooth, And Beautiful. By summit900

    The look of this car is beautiful. The inside is nice for a 14 year old car. There are no rattles or any problems. The t-tops and rear hatch seals don't leak, this seems to be a problem area for these... Read More

    1999 Pontiac Firebird Reviews

    Black Beaty By migration_mln876

    This car is a V6, but it does have power and speed. Had good take off power, she glides around curves like they are nothing. This car loves to go fast, faster you go the smoother the ride, it's an o... Read More

    Raven 13 By Anita

    My bird is always fun to drive! With the Eaton rear end, she hangs the curves like there's no tomorrow!!!!!Who cares about gas mileage? She was built to run. Performance is top notch, and appearance I... Read More

    1998 Pontiac Firebird Reviews

    Awesome! By Defyall1986

    Love everything and hate nothing about this car. Awesome looking car with great power. Has ton of appeal and turns heads everywhere. Future classic car with timeless styling! Since Pontiac no longer e... Read More

    Looks Good, Runs Good, Overall Great Car By JakeLangbecker

    kinda hard to find parts to repair, if bought in good shape and condition, congrats, if not well you have your work cut out for you. nice over all power, should've gotten the v8. nice car over all tho... Read More

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