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This matching numbers Primavera Beige/Black interior car was completed

 Jan. 17, 1968 in Lordstown, OH. Sold by Royal Pontiac Inc.

Hollywood CA for $4207.93 w/options. ($2781.00 base price)

11,000 Firebird® 400™ Coupes manufactured.

Items not matching, Front seats 1970, Rear End 1969, HEI Distributor.

Engine, transmission, rear end, ps pump, carburetor and more all recent rebuilds.

400 cubic inch OHV V8 (6.6 Liter) 330 HP @ 430 lb.ft.

Bore & Stroke 4.12” & 3.75”, 4BBL 750CFM Rochester Quadrajet

Turbo Hydra-Matic TH400 3spd, 2.78 non-locking (code YC) 10bolt

Power Assisted 4 wheel drum,

160MPH Top Speed

0-60  6.2 sec.

1/4 mile 14.3 sec. @ 100.3 MPH

In 1967 John DeLorean abandoned the concept car “Banshee” and created the Firebird.

With his styling touches and the powerful high performance 400ci engine option,

the debut was a sensation. Pontiac ignited the industry and the muscle car wars

were officially on. The 400 V8 was considered intermediate size, neither a true small block

or big block, it was a unique design, distinct from all GM engines. Essentially a

bored-out 389 in 1967 it was the only engine installed in ‘67-‘69 Pontiac GTOs

and  was also the biggest engine available in ‘67-‘69 Firebirds. Massive torque at

low rpm made it an awesome street machine. The 400 V8 reigned from 1967-1979.

HEI High Energy Ignition (Solid State) 1976
Professionally Rebuilt and rejetted by Cliff's Quadrajets for Ethanol Gas
Factory Correct fuel line connection
SS Dipstick Tube, Custom Aluminum Valve Covers
Pre-Oiler and reservoir. Oils engine before starting. Prevents Oil starvation under heavy acceleration.
Original trunk drilled for letters
New Fan Clutch, New Radiator
Rebuilt trunk, no rust, note individual Air Shock fittings.
Seal channel derusted, etching primer is the green color. Ready for new seal.
Survivor dashboard, steering wheel is aftermarket. Everything works including horn.
New Chrome Front Bumper
Limited Edition 50th Anniversay Cragars