Q: Surviving Totals
Is there records of surviving Firebirds? I specifically have a question of how many 1967 convertibles with a 400 still running?
A: I find it interesting that people pay money to companies to tell them how many of a certain car are still left. The best you can get is a state-by-state report on cars that are registered. You know as well as I that there are probably more 1st Gen. Firebirds UNregistered, sitting in garages, fields, backyards, etc. than there are of them restored, original still on the road. As for the 1967 400 conv. Firebird, I’d guess around less than 200 based on restored cars in the POCI Registry, various Firebird Clubs, cars for sale, etc. Surviving totals is something that is very difficult to determine unless the car is a Shelby, Hemi Cuda conv, 1969 T/A conv, 1967-1968 RA Firebird conv.
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