1967 Back to Driving Pontiac Firebird Advertisement
After this, you’ll never go back to driving whatever you’re driving.
If you can stop drooling for a moment, we’d like to tell you what’s propelling that Firebird 400 in the picture. What it is, is 400 cubes of chromed V-8. And what it puts out is 325 hp. (Even without our extra-cost Ram Air package, that makes those dual scoops functional.)
The point being, that Pontiac Firebird 400 was de-signed for heroic driving
To assist you in this noble venture, the 400 comes with a heavy-duty 3-speed floor shift, extra sticky
suspension and a set of duals that announce your coming like the brass section of the New Your Philharmonic.
Taken as she comes, Firebird 400 is a lot of machine, but you can order things like a 4-speed (or our stupendous 1-2-3 Turbo Hydra-Matic), mag-type steel wheels, special Koni adjustable shocks and a hood-mounted tach. Naturally, the GM safety package is standard.
Of course, if the 400 is too much car for you, there are four other Firebirds to choose from. Lucky you.
Firebird 400. One of Pontiac’s Magnificent Five.
Picture this. We’ll send you six 14″ x 13 1/2″ full-color pictures of Firebird400, Pontiac 2 + 2, GTO and OHC Sprint, plus complete specs and decals. Send 25¢ (35¢ outside USA) to ’67 Wide-Tracks, P.O. Box 680B, 106 Wide Track Blvd., Pontiac, Mich, 48066, include your ZIP code.
Editors Note: The Six color picture offer is no longer available from Pontiac. This ended in 1967.