This 1967 convertible has received a full rotisserie restoration. In case you’re not familiar with that type of restoration, in the most basic explanation, the body was disassembled, taken off the frame and placed on the rotisserie where it could be spun around to work on all areas. From there it could be inspected, rebuilt or replaced from the bare bones. It’s another type of off-frame restoration and is an extremely thorough way to restore a vehicle.
At just under $50,000 this convertible comes to iSeeCars.com from Beresford, South Dakota. If you’re in the market for something like it, you may be in luck. It’s been parked on iSeeCars (and on the dealer’s lot) for 163 days at the time of this post. That’s not great for the dealer, but indicates a buyer could potentially have high negotiating power.
This is considered a first generation Firebird – Coke bottle body style – and 1967 was the year the model was introduced. The exterior and interior are flawless. They are both a Gulf Turquoise color with a white roof. It is an automatic and has a 400 V8 engine, which is very rare, according to the dealer. Other features include bucket seats, power steering, power disc brakes, Rally II wheels … and don’t forget that full rotisserie restoration. It has less than 45,500 miles on it.
Tell us, would you drive this 1967 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible? View the listing here or see all used Pontiacs for sale.