1967-1967, 82560 produced.
In 1967, Chevrolet introduced the Camaro. Pontiac followed with the Firebird. Both cars had the same body but differed from each other in the details. Customers here too could select a motor from a choice. For those who wanted it, the Firebird was available with a six-cylinder 3,769 cc power unit of 167 bhp output; two at 5.3 litres with output of 250 or 285, and a 6.6 litre for power of 325 bhp. The faster Firebirds proved to be quite dangerous.
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Auction Sales History
|Description||Auctioneer||Date||Hammer Price||Hammer Price
|328||1968 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible||Bonhams||25 Oct 2008||Not sold|
|416||Pontiac Firebird 400ci V8 Sport Coupe||Cheffins||15 Jan 2005||Not sold|
|250||Pontiac Trans-Am Supertourisme (1968)||Bonhams & Brooks||21 May 2001||£45000.00||-|
|012||Pontiac Fiero Coupe (1968)||Sandown||25 Feb 1995||Not sold|
|023||Pontiac Firebird 400 (1968)||Sandown||5 Mar 1994||Not sold|
|ISBN||Title||Publisher||Buy this book|
|1855204487||Firebird and Trans-Am : Muscle Portfolio, 1967-1972||Brooklands Books|
|1884089410||Pontiac Firebird, Trans AM and GTO||Brooklands Books|
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