1967 Pontiac Firebird
The big news for Pontiac in 1967 was their entry into the Pony car market with the new Firebird.

1967 Pontiac Firebird

Ready to compete in the new and competitive Pony car market, Pontiac joined the action with a new Firebird in 1967. First released about 5 months after the Camaro the Firebird shared the same chassis and several body parts with the Camaro. The difference came with the distinct styling and engine options. With a split front grille, beaked hood, and GTO-slitted taillights the new firebird had a distinct Pontiac appearance and could be had with a V-6 or V-8 engine option. Actually there where 5 engines to choose from!



1967 Pontiac Firebird Production Numbers

Model Number Body/Style Number Body Type & Seating Factory Price Shipping Weight Total Production
223 37 2 dr Hardtop - 5P $2,781 3,061 lbs 90,152
223 67 2 dr Convertible - 5P $2,995 3,346 lbs 9,980
1967 Firebird Engine Options: 230 six cylinder engine w/ single 1 bbl carb rated at 165 hp. 230 I6 w/ 4bbl carb rated at 215hp. NOTE: Either six cylinder was linked to a three or four speed manual or two-speed automatic transmission. 326 V8 with a 2 bbl carb rated at 250 hp. A special "H.O." High Output version of the 326 V8 fitted with a four barrel carb was rated at 285hp. 400 V8 borrowed from the GTO. This engine was rated at 325 hp, and was available with or without Ram Air
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