Five months after the launch of Chevy Camaro, the 1967 Pontiac firebird Convertible appeared in the market with a higher price tag and sharing a platform and a few body parts. While proving to be a worthy competitor to the Camaro and Mustang, Firebird differentiated itself in terms of its front end styling and design. And its engine power.
The classic comes as a 2-door coupe or Convertible, featuring a split-front Pontiac grille with four headlights (while the Camaro just had two).It also featured the noticeable two stuck-up nostril hood scoops, and the slat GTO taillights at the back. Initially six varying engine options were introduced, starting with the slow 230 single-barrel.