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1967 Pontiac Firebird - jaghull

"Devil Bird"

1967 Pontiac Firebird 1
Owner:   jaghull
Year: 1967
Make: Pontiac
Model: Firebird
Est.Horsepower: 545
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The reason for the name is the car was built in Lordstown Ohio in June/66 thus 666. This car was bought in 1968 by my father and he sold it to my aunt in 1975 I bought the car from my aunt in 2000 and didn't spare any expense doing a complete rotisserie restoration. I hired Fueled Toyz in Taber,AB Can to do the work they are the best in all of western Canada in my mind with numerous build awards including best in show for a 1929 Buick McLaughlin "$500000.There is really too much to mention on this complete custom build but I will list a few things. All new body inners, outers, doors, hood, absolutely everything on the car is new inside and out.The old front clip and rear end thrown away and a complete TCI tube chassis installed including rack and pinion front clip, 4 wheel 12" willwood disk brakes, 4 link rear end with tubed out currie 9" diff adjustable pollished aluminum coil over shock etc etc.The engine is a butler Performance package 462 ci 10.1/1 compression hooked up to a 400turbo with stage two shift kit and jaguar stall. Dyno numbers are 454HP and 507FT LB torque at the rear wheels at 5500RPM. The interior, trunk, inner wheel wells and underside of the car has been completely sealed with armadillo coating. The car is currently getting the Alpine sound system and custom leather interior installed at cascade vans and interiors in Calgary and will be featured in their booth at the world of wheels in Calgary Feb22/13. I have been a big fan of HPP for many years now and enjoy reading each months issue.I thought I would send this in for the Firebird fans out there there really is very few out there like this one. Well over $100000.00 invested so far.

Thanks for taking the time
Jag

JM3jUiCe
JM3jUiCe | New User
Posts: 3 | Joined 01/19/13
Posted: 01/20/13 05:34 PM

67 and 69 are my favorite year Firebirds. My Uncle had a 67 Firebird DOHC 6cyl. when he came home from Vietnam. Ever since he told me and showed me pics of that car, I fell in love with Pontiac. I had to have one of my own. Although I never owned a Firebird I still wanted a Poncho so I got myself a couple 69 Grand Prix's. Anyway, this is a bad ass ride. It reminds me of a Chip Foose creation! Thanks for sharing!
silencer4
silencer4 | New User
Posts: 0 | Joined 06/15/12
Posted: 01/07/13 06:51 PM

Laugh Thanks Jag, I really enjoyed the pics and reading about your " baby". I too have a 67 that I bought last year and presently working on.
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