Newstalgia Motors Presents Car No. 00242:

1967 Pontiac Firebird Convertible Resto-Mod

1967 Pontiac Firebird Convertible Resto-Mod

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- Absolutely stunning example of a "dare to be different" '67 Firebird Convertible
- Sporting a built 5.7L Corvette fuel injected LS1 engine and a 6 speed transmission
- Documented close to $40,000 spent on the drivetrain conversion
- Power top, working A/C and 4-wheel power disc brakes
- Only 36,000 original miles
- Build Record

This F-body Firebird Convertible came from the factory with the base 326 cu. in. V8 and drivetrain. The exterior Red finish is flawless, body panels are laser straight with uniform gaps of the hood, trunk, and doors. There is no evidence of rust or accident damage anywhere on the car. All chrome and stainless trim pieces were replaced with new or originals that look very, very nice. The undercarriage, trunk, and engine bay are solid, dry, and free of any fluid drips and leaks.

The Black vinyl interior is spotless and without any blemishes in the dash, console, seats, door and kick panels, or the underside of the convertible top. The factory dash has no modifications, hood mounted tachometer, all instruments, switches, and lamps, etc. are in their proper working condition. The AC blows ice cold with help from a newer Sanden compressor and R134a refrigerant. A remotely controlled 12 CD changer and the battery are trunk mounted.

Engine and Driveline
A third generation 345 hp Chevy small block 5.7L Corvette fuel injected LS1 engine provides power to this Firebird and is backed by a Borg-Warner T-56 6-speed transmission. Power front and rear disc brakes.

Wheels and Tires
Dunlop GT Qualifier Radials (Front P235 60 15 and Rear P255 60 15) ride on factory Rally wheels.

This is a stunning example of an absolutely eye-catching iconic classic from the 1960s, maintaining the timeless appearance of the original, but offering the more modern, high-performance drivetrain of today.

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