1967 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible with Matching-Numbers Engine and a Five-Speed Upgrade

Condition Used
Body Convertible
Make Pontiac
Model Firebird Trans Am
Mileage 113226 mi
Fuel type Gasoline
Year 1967
Transmission Manual
Exterior Color Red
History Yes
VIN: 223677U150367

The 400-cu.in. V-8 is original to the car, because the engine unit number on the block matches the one listed on the “1967 Car Billing History” copy that was provided in the PHS documentation. The engine has about 20,000 miles on it since it was rebuilt by a previous owner. Its bottom-end parts are said to have been upgraded, a Holley carburetor has replaced the Rochester Quadrajet, and MSD ignition parts and an aftermarket exhaust system were installed. this Firebird 400 left the assembly line painted Tyrol Blue (code F), but the cowl data plate denotes code-R Regimental Red next to “PAINT” and the car is that color. It was repainted by a previous owner, and this owner discloses, “The paint is a 8 out of 10. There are spots on the rear decklid that need to be repainted.” The black Morrokide extra-cost Custom interior reveals some stitching separating on the front seats, and the carpet is “faded and could stand to be replaced.” The heat and aftermarket power trunk release reportedly work, but “the tach needs to be replaced — it is not accurate — and the clock doesn't work.” The owner did upgrade the sound system, but the radio, which “looks original but has modern capabilities, is not the highest quality,” he laments.