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Pontiac Firebird 1967 posters

Pontiac Firebird

The Pontiac Firebird was released five months after its Camaro twin, however usually cost around $500 more. It was outsold by the Camaro. With its characteristic "coke-bottle" styling, the Firebird was easily distinguishable from the Camaro with its four round headlamps, whereas the Camaro got only two. The Firebird came equipped with a range of engines; the base model had a 230 in³ (3.8 L) OHC six-cylinder, single-barrel carburetor motor developing 165 hp (123 kW). Further up the range, the Firebird offered a 326 in³ (5.3 L) two-barrel 250 hp (186 kW) and a four-barrel carburetor motor generating 285 hp (213 kW), or 400 in³ (6.6 L) from the GTO 325 hp (242 kW). There was also the Ram Air option, with functional hood scoops, higher flow heads with stronger valve springs and a different camshaft, peaking at the same power output as the conventional 400HO but at a higher RPM. In 1969, a $725 handling package - the Trans Am Performance and Appearance Package - was introduced, and 689 hardtops as well as eight convertibles were released. This was the last of this generation, however due to production issues it stretched into 1970, totalling 17 months.

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