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