It seems someone may be trying to flip their most recent purchase to make a quick buck. The first two Pontiac Firebirds ever produced are heading to auction yet again, despite just being sold off at Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas in October.
Barrett-Jackson has listed the two 1967 Pontiac Firebirds, one coupe and one convertible, as part of its upcoming Scottsdale auction in January. Both Firebirds are quite significant, knowing they are the first two ever to roll out of the former Pontiac assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio.
The 1967 Firebird convertible sits as VIN 001, while the coupe is VIN 002. Both Firebirds feature the Pontiac 326 cubic-inch V8 engine, however, the convertible features a three-speed automatic. The performance-oriented coupe houses a four-speed manual transmission.
The two were sold off as a pair for $330,000 back in October and will once again cross the block as a pair when Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale open on January 14, 2017.