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1967 Pontiac Firebird Convertible

1967 Pontiac Firebird Convertible

Buy American Muscle Cars, 1967 Pontiac Firebird Convertible For Sale

Price $17500
Location Phoenix, Arizona

Detail about this car
67 Firebird convertible with AC, all original and unmolested. Mechanically solid: Runs great, motor just completely refreshed. Numbers matching drivetrain, factory deluxe red interior/black exterior. Solid floor pans, trunk, body, and underbody. 99% rust free with only a very small paint bubble spot behind each door! Very straight body with no dents. A magnet has been run over the entire body with no detectible bondo spots. This vehicle has spent its life in Nevada and it shows. Odometer reads 44,042 miles and has been recorded by DMV as Box-A mileage. This vehicle had been off the road and siting in Nevada storage since at least the late 80's. It was brought to Scottsdale this year and put up for sale, that's when I got it. The car ran (sounded great) and drove but needed going through after sitting for 30 years. The motor has now been completely refreshed, and all new components have been added. All work has been done within the last 50 miles. Details below.

Engine / Transmission / Brakes :

Original 326 freshly rebuilt. Bored to a Pontiac 350 (STD size)
New crankshaft and connecting rod bearings
New piston rings and honed cylinder walls
New oil pump and shaft
New timing chain and gears
New valve stem seals and valves hand-lapped
New Camshaft (stock Pontiac 350)
New lifters and pushrods
All new gaskets and seals (BOP 1 piece rear-main seal - the best you can buy)
New water pump
New PCV system
Freezeplugs replaced and block flushed out
Carburetor rebuilt
NEW HEI distributor that is made to look like the original with its small cap and external coil- No points! (I still have the original distributor along with all other replaced parts)
New plugs, 8mm wires, belts, and hoses
New 62amp Alternator
New Fuel pump
Gas tank cleaned out, new sending unit and filler neck
New Power steering pump and hoses
Steering Gearbox seals replaced
New clutch kit
New Battery
New Starter
New Motor mounts
All fluids changed: fresh oil change after initial startup oil, transmission, brake, P/S, coolant, rear diff
Original 3-speed transmission
New Transmission seals/gaskets and fluid
New transmission mount
New rear axle seals
New brake master cylinder, system flushed. new rear wheel cylinders
Drum brakes (non-power) with plenty of life left
E-Brake works
Great tires with plenty of life left, GM rally wheels
Stock suspension with factory traction bars
"XF" Code rear diff. (3:23 Open) with fresh fluid and new gasket

Interior / Exterior

Fuel gauge works (new sending unit)
Dummy lights function properly
Speedo/odo functions properly
New ignition tumbler
Horn works
Fan motor works
AC is complete but the belt is not hooked up currently
AC compressor updated to a more modern unit
Original radio and no aftermarket items added to the stock interior
Deluxe interior package with original fabric. All seats complete
Rear seat has a cover over it since it's badly sun-rotted
Minor surface rust on floor, no body cancer
Manual roof frame functions and smoothly, needs new canvas
New boot to cover retracted soft top
New well-liner for retracted soft top
Light system works
Interior is all there but overall needs replacing due to sitting in the sun for 30 years
Window components and motors are all there but need new motors.
Exterior is very solid, straight body with all ORIGINAL trim, no aftermarket flimsy pieces
Magnet run over entire vehicle, no bondo spots detected

All original motor parts saved along with extra parts for the car.

My goal with this car was to get it mechanically solid before I proceeded with the restoration. Now it's reliable and runs great. Unfortunately I don't have time to properly restore the interior/exterior of this car. When finished this numbers matching, unmolested Firebird will be a top-dollar collector vehicle.

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