My progress so far…



Original 1967 sales brochure
Firebird. 230 cu. in. OHC 6 / 1bbl carburetor / regular fuel / 165 hp / 3-speed, column shift.Firebird 326. 326 cu. in. V8 / 2bbl carburetor / regular fuel / 250 hp / 3-speed, column shift.Firebird Sprint. 230 cu. in. OHC-6 / 4bbl carburetor / premium fuel / 215 hp / 3-speed, floor shift / h.d. suspension.Firebird HO. 326 cu. in. V-8 / 4 bbl carburetor / premium fuel / 285 hp / 3-speed, column shift / dual exhaust.
Fold-out poster. Firebird 400Fold-out poster. Firebird 400Fold-out poster. Firebird 400Fold-out poster. Firebird 400. 400 cu. in. V8 / 4bbl carburetor / premium fuel / 325 hp / h.d. 3-speed, floor shift / dual exhaust / h.d. suspension.
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Luke C. Schreiber | 23rd February 2012 at 12:55 pm

I was looking around for other people working on a 1967 restoration. I am currently working on a 326 H.O. Conv. I have run into a few glitches along the way but so far it is really coming to shape. The shell was put on a rotisery and brought back to life 100% solid and rust free. I currently have hotchkis everything for suspension, frame connectors, chassis pan. Koni gas shocks all around and a rebuild rear end with Posi. The 326 is getting built as we speak and will hopefully be ready to be balanced by the time my transmission arrives from Hurst-Driveline. I got a Tremec TKO 600 5-speed elite package with hydraulic clutch. I have owned the car for over 15 years and with college kids and career it has always gone on the back burner. Now my wife has giving me the green light and I am hoping to have it complete in the next 2 years. I would love to speak more about the builds. I can be reached at

All the best,


John R Payne | 31st August 2012 at 12:13 am

I have a 68 convertable here in Surrey,I have owned since 1978 and ran as an everyday car till 1992 when I decided to give it a refresh,Unfortunately I bought a Z28 and the Bird was layed up for around 16 years looking really sad.
In 2008 with prompting from friends I stripped it out to assess the damage and decided to get on with it, 2 years and a pile of parts from NPD and a great deal of satisfaction its back on the road,so it’s about time you caught up!


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