Back in the late '60s, Pontiac introduced a new sports car to the lineup and called it the Firebird. Originally, Pontiac wanted to create a two-seater car based on their Banshee concept car, but GM feared that it would take sales away from the ever-popular Chevrolet Corvette. The solution was to introduce the Firebird into the pony car market and have it share the F-body platform and much of its sheet metal with its cousin, the Camaro. Of course, the Firebird was given a look and identity all its own. Classic Cars of Sarasota is excited to offer the opportunity to add this stunning first-generation 1967 Pontiac Firebird 400 convertible to your garage.
Shining brightly in its factory hue of Montego Cream, the body of this '67 Firebird shows in excellent shape including the paint and chrome accents. Unlike the Camaro, the Firebird's front bumper is integrated into the front end's overall design, and it featured slit-style taillights that were inspired by the '66-'67 Pontiac GTO. Protecting the cabin is a new white convertible top. A set of PMD wheels sit on all four corners.
Tucked under the hood of this 'Bird is a numbers-correct 400cui V8 engine mated to a Muncie 4-speed transmission that sends power down to the rear wheels. Open the doors or drop the top to an immaculate original black interior complete with bucket seats that perfectly complements its light exterior. Even the undercarriage of this vintage Pontiac is free of rust.
If this '67 Pontiac Firebird 400 would make those sunny weekends even better, go ahead and contact Classic Cars of Sarasota today. This classic Firebird convertible is listed at just $38,555, but feel free to submit an offer here. The sale of this car comes with the original inflate-a-spare and bottle. Don't hesitate on this classic beauty.
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