The ability to drive a well built muscle car that has classic looks and a desirable V8 roar is what makes this hobby so great. Cars like this 1967 Pontiac Firebird provide a fun factor that can''t be matched with trailer queens that get concourse quality builds. This is a car you want to get out and drive because you can. Step up close to this Firebird and you''ll notice how brilliant that blue hue really is as it lays smoothly on the car''s sheet metal. It''s a paint job that has a nice gloss with clear reflections and will look great after every wash with minimal wear! Chrome bumpers at the front and rear provide a nice contrast to that blue exterior. All of the badges are present and show very little age with vivid colors. The trim looks clean and straight and the head lights are crystal clear. The unmistakable muscle car flair is topped with a dual cowl induction hood, and that classic look is brought together by 15'''' American Racing Outlaw II wheels. Swing open the doors to be greeted by a very clean, black vinyl interior. The front buckets and rear bench seat are covered in fresh vinyl that appears to have seen very little use. The bucket seats center a full length console that houses a storage compartment, the shifter for the manual transmission, and group of Autometer Phantom gauges to monitor fuel level, water temperature, voltage, and oil pressure. Next to those gauges are two switches, one operates the electric fuel pump while the other is pre-wired for the electronic exhaust cutouts. The black dash is clean and holds an Autometer Phantom speedometer and tachometer. Also housed in the dash is a Pioneer AM/FM/CD head unit. And facing the driver on the tilting column is a sporty looking Grant 3 spoke steering wheel with a ''Pontiac'' branded horn button. Lift the hood to a very clean and show quality engine bay that cradles a 400 cubic inch Pontiac V8 that is marked with a ''297620 YS'' block code. There are typical dress up items like a chrome Edelbrock air cleaner and chrome Edelbrock valve covers. Feeding air and fuel to the motors is an aftermarket Holley carburetor and Edelbrock intake manifold. An Optima red top battery has been installed to provide confident starts. Power from that Poncho V8 travels to a 4-speed manual transmission. The exhaust gasses are sent through a dual exhaust system that has been outfitted with electronic cut outs that are currently wired and needing an actuator to function. Lastly, the 10 bolt rear end housing has been decorated with a sinister skull motif. When you get behind the wheel of this 1967 Firebird and fire it to life, you''re going to want to immediately start rowing through the gears while you listen to those 400 cubic inches roar! Owning a car like this is why this hobby will never fade away. It brings back the spirit of why the muscle car was and is so popular. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.