The 1967 Firebird was available with a choice of several six-cylinder and V8 units, all in an attempt to target an audience as large as possible by offering an engine for pretty much anyone who wanted to get a Pontiac.
The base model was therefore the Firebird OHC, which came equipped with a 230 (3.8-liter) six-cylinder developing 165 horsepower. A four-barrel version of this unit was installed on the Firebird Sprint, this time producing 215 horsepower.
Those who wanted more performance obviously opted for a V8 unit, and the first on the list was the 326 (5.3-liter) with 250 horsepower and installed on the model called intuitively the Firebird 326. Once again, Pontiac also offered a 4-barrel version, this time called Firebird H.O. and benefitting from a total output of 285 horsepower.
But the crème de la crème for the model year 1967 was the Firebird 400, which was fitted with a 400 (6.6-liter) V8 capable of generating no more, no less than 325 horsepower.
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This 1967 Pontiac Firebird Was Stored Outside for Too Long, And You Can Guess the Rest …