1967 Pontiac

1967 Pontiac

1967 Pontiac Grand Prix Convertible

The one-year only Grand Prix convertible saw a production total of 5,856 in 1967. Visit the POCI Grand Prix Chapter web site.

From John Gunnell’s book “75 Years of Pontiac Oakland“:

“Among 1967 big car innovations were 400 and 428 cubic inch displacement V-8s (the old engine with bore size

1967 Firebird

1967 Firebird

increase); redesigned cylinder heads and valve gears; all-steel fuel lines; fusible-link type electrical connections;

more accurate fuel gauges and fiber-optic lighting. Options introduced for 1967 included disc brakes; hood-mounted tachometers, capacitive discharge electrical systems and cornering lamps (side marker lights).”

The Pontiac Firebird was also introduced in 1967, with engine choices ranging from the O.H.C. Six to an optional “400” package with special twin hood scoops.

Find out more about POCI’s Firebird and Trans Am Chapter.

Find out more about POCI’s Overhead Cammers Chapter (for the OHC 6-cylinder equipped Pontiacs)


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