• 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT
  • 1967 Gold Pontiac Firebird for sale in Midway, UT

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1967 Pontiac Firebird Firebird

Mileage: 1

Midway, UT | Posted October 19, 2019

$29,000

Used Car For Sale By Owner
Sorry - not interested in any trades or help with selling this vehicle.
I am retiring soon and need to downsize my toy collection, so I'm selling my 1967 Pontiac Firebird which is in VERY GOOD condition both cosmetically and mechanically. It drives down the highway and around town as good as it did in the 1960's. My wife and I take it for 100-mile joy rides without any concerns, or any problems. And when we do, it always turns heads and draws praise.
In case you're not familiar with its history, 1967 was the first year of the Firebird, and the first models were not released until February so they were only produced for about 7 months. Of the 82,560 Firebirds produced in that first model year, only 15,528 were convertibles. All this adds up to make a 1967 convertible Firebird highly desirable car. NADA values a 1967 326 CID Firebird convertible at $26,335 (low retail) to $85,905 (high retail), with an average of $47,495.
To be clear, this car is not 100% stock. According to the VIN tag, this car came new with gold exterior, gold interior, and a black convertible top. It was a 326 CID V8 engine with a 2 barrel carburetor, and a 3-speed manual transmission. Today it has a different shade of gold paint, black interior, a cream-colored convertible top, and a 350 CID V8 engine with a Tremec TKO 5-speed manual transmission. I added the HO (High Output) decals and stripes on the side to produce a nice contrast to the beautiful gold paint, but it is not an original HO Firebird. You'll notice it has chrome American Racing mag wheels, rather than the stock Pontiac rims.
I have receipts totaling almost $11,000, for restoration materials and labor that has been invested from 2015 to 2019. These receipts do not include the beautiful paint job, fairly new convertible top, or interior color face lift, all of which happened prior to 2015.
Here are some other details:
- Power steering, manual locks, manual convertible top, no A/C, AM radio
- 350 V8 engine with Quadrajet 4-bbl carburetor
- Tremec TKO transmission is rated for 600 HP
- New clutch & hydraulic actuator pkg
- Dual exhaust
- Front brakes upgraded to disc
- New suspension and steering components
- Original floorboards and trunk floor pan
- New fan shroud & accessories
- New gas tank & accessories
- New hood tachometer
- New exterior emblems
Sorry - not interested in any trades or help with selling this vehicle.
I am retiring soon and need to downsize my toy collection, so I'm selling my 1967 Pontiac Firebird which is in VERY GOOD condition both cosmetically and mechanically. It drives down the highway and around town as good as it did in the 1960's. My wife and I take it for 100-mile joy rides without any concerns, or any problems. And when we do, it always turns heads and draws praise.
In case you're not familiar with its history, 1967 was the first year of the Firebird, and the first models were not released until February so they were only produced for about 7 months. Of the 82,560 Firebirds produced in that first model year, only 15,528 were convertibles. All this adds up to make a 1967 convertible Firebird highly desirable car. NADA values a 1967 326 CID Firebird convertible at $26,335 (low retail) to $85,905 (high retail), with an average of $47,495.
To be clear, this car is not 100% stock. According to the VIN tag, this car came new with gold exterior, gold interior, and a black convertible top. It was a 326 CID V8 engine with a 2 barrel carburetor, and a 3-speed manual transmission. Today it has a different shade of gold paint, black interior, a cream-colored convertible top, and a 350 CID V8 engine with a Tremec TKO 5-speed manual transmission. I added the HO (High Output) decals and stripes on the side to produce a nice contrast to the beautiful gold paint, but it is not an original HO Firebird. You'll notice it has chrome American Racing mag wheels, rather than the stock Pontiac rims.
I have receipts totaling almost $11,000, for restoration materials and labor that has been invested from 2015 to 2019. These receipts do not include the beautiful paint job, fairly new convertible top, or interior color face lift, all of which happened prior to 2015.
Here are some other details:
- Power steering, manual locks, manual convertible top, no A/C, AM radio
- 350 V8 engine with Quadrajet 4-bbl carburetor
- Tremec TKO transmission is rated for 600 HP
- New clutch & hydraulic actuator pkg
- Dual exhaust
- Front brakes upgraded to disc
- New suspension and steering components
- Original floorboards and trunk floor pan
- New fan shroud & accessories
- New gas tank & accessories
- New hood tachometer
- New exterior emblems

Specifications

  • Year: 1967  
  • Make: Pontiac  
  • Model: Firebird  
  • Trim: Firebird  
  • Body: Convertible  
  • Mileage: 1  
  • VIN: 223667U139837  
  • Title Type: Clean Title  
  • Exterior Color: Gold  
  • Interior Color: Black  
  • Transmission: Manual  
  • Liters: 5.7L  
  • Cylinders: 8  
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline  
  • Number of Doors: 2  
  • Exterior Condition: Very Good  
  • Interior Condition: Very Good  
  • Drive Type: RWD  
  • Ad Number 5974233
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  • Member Since Sep 2013

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