Take a look at this slick '67 Pontiac Firebird Convertible! With gleaming metallic red paint and a matching tan top, this is one Firebird that's hard to miss. With lots of other performance upgrades, this '67 doesn't just look great, but it performs great as well. The Pontiac Firebird was introduced in 1967 along with its similar cousin, the Camaro. However, the Pontiac had plenty of features to set itself apart! A chrome bumper integrated into the grille combined with GTO-style taillights really separated the Firebird from the rest of the competition, giving the Pontiac a more streamlined look than both the Mustang and the Camaro. This specific '67 Firebird is powered by a 350 C.I. V8 paired to a 4-barrel carburetor that lets theV8 breathe the air it needs. Power gets to the rear wheels through a 2-speed "Powerglide" automatic transmission that delivers smooth and comfortable acceleration. The red metallic paint looks gorgeous when paired with the complimentary tan convertible top. The matching tan vinyl bucket-seated interior looks great and is very cozy, great for cruises or long-haul drives. Options on this '67 include power steering, power brakes, front disc brakes, Holley headers, an Englehart intake manifold, a rebuilt and modified camshaft, a new engine electrical system, an updated AM/FM/Cassette stereo, a center console, a heater + defroster, a manual convertible top, and a dual-exhaust system. The car rides on another great set of Cragar SS wheels on top of some striking new BF Goodrich RWL tires. This Firebird is looking for a new owner, and if you're looking for a fun and attractive cruiser, then this '67 Pontiac may be just what you're looking for.