Pontiac Firebird 1967-1969


June 13, 2013 By Mike Lee
Last updated on July 31, 2015
Pontiac Firebird 400 (1967)
Country
USA
Top Speed (mph)
115
0-50 mph
5.2
0-60 mph
6.4
1/4 mile
14.7
BHP
325 @4800rpm
Torque lbft
410 @3400rpm
BHP per ton
200
Engine capacity CC/CU
6555/400
Engine type
V8 Carburettor
Aspiration
Normal
Compression Ratio
10.8:1
Valve Type/No
Overhead 16
Transmission (manual/auto)
Manual
No of speeds
4
Wheels driven
RWD
Brakes F/R
Disc/Drum
No. of Seats
4/5
Length (in)
188.8
Width (in)
72.6
Height (in)
51.5
Kerb Weight (lbs)
3580
Additional Info: Also avaliable was a 326 rated at 250bhp, a 326 HO 4 bbl rated at 285bhp and an RA400 (Ram Air) with 335bhp. 1968 saw a 350 rated at 265bhp, a 350 HO 4 bbl rated at 320bhp, a 400 rated at 330bhp, a 400 HO rated at 335bhp and a RA400 rated again at 335bhp. The 335bhp 400’s in 1968 were capable of 0-60 in 5.8 and 1/4 mile in 14.2.

 

Pontiac Firebird Trans Am (1969)
Country
USA
Top Speed (mph)
115
0-50 mph
4.3
0-60 mph
5.8
1/4 mile
14.4
BHP
335 @5000rpm
Torque lbft
430 @3400rpm
BHP per ton
205
Engine capacity CC/CU
6548/400
Engine type
V8 Carburettor
Aspiration
Normal
Compression Ratio
10.7:1
Valve Type/No
Overhead 16
Transmission (manual/auto)
Automatic
No of speeds
3
Wheels driven
RWD
Brakes F/R
Disc/Disc
No. of Seats
4/5
Length (in)
191.1
Width (in)
73.9
Height (in)
49.6
Kerb Weight (lbs)
3600
Additional Info: The Trans Am was created for the SCCA. The difference between a Firebird and Trans Am were the options (trim, cosmetic, transmission and power combinations) that were available to each model. Also available in 1969 was a 350 with 265bhp, a 350 HO with 320bhp, a 400 with 330bhp, a 400 HO with 335bhp, a 400 Ram Air II with 335bhp and 400 Ram Air IV with 345bhp.

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