I had a '67 400, T400, limited slip. I'd like to find out how rate the options on it were since it seems to be a bit of a unicorn. It was gold with a white vinyl top White interior on gold carpet. Tilt AC power windows I bought it in Ann arbor, Michigan in 81~82? Where can you point me to do the research?
Last edited by OldGriz; 03/23/2001:26 AM. Reason: Added info
I would recommend you pick up a copy of Rocky Rotella's The Definitive Firebird and Trans Am Guide 1967- 1969. It has the most comprehensive information on options. Just for reference, 9,902 of 82,650 1967s produced were 400s with TH400, or 1 in 8.
Unicorn level for those cars is really reserved for the Ram Air equipped cars, in particular the convertibles.
1968 400 Coupe, verdoro green, black vinyl top 1968 400 Convertible, verdoro green, black top 1971 Trans Am, cameo white, auto 1970 Buick GS 455 Convertible(project) 1970 Buick Skylark Custom Convertible 350-4(driver)
It seems to piss some people off when I say it but, does it really make a difference? If you found out it was the only firebird made with white paint on the inside of the ashtray, is that what you're going to point at when someone new looks at your car? Why is it everyone needs to have the only one ever??? That being said, it does sound like an unusual color combination. Most likely somebody's favorite colors when they ordered it.