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1967 Firebird Destined for SEMA

This car epitomizes what the term “world-class” truly means. It has been chosen for one of the nine premier display positions at SEMA 2023 and will be showcased at the Wednesday night banquet. Post-SEMA, the Firebird is slated to make appearances at the Goodguys Nationals in Arizona, followed by the prestigious Barrett-Jackson Cup.

An enormous amount of time, effort, and collaboration has gone into the full restoration and tastefully modified splendor of this 1967 Firebird. From the roar of the 1200HP blueprinted and handcrafted engine and the comprehensive upgrades to the suspension, brakes, and custom-designed wheels, to the frame-off, ground-up rebuild of the entire vehicle—no expense has been spared, and no detail has been neglected. 1000’s of man hours have been invested into this one off, one of a kind beauty.


In a project where this level of time, energy, and investment is involved, the interior simply must be flawless; no element can be overlooked. From the laser-etched Firebird logo adorning the Alcantara leather to the custom molding of the seats themselves, every piece is a testament to craftsmanship. Advanced techniques like 3D scanning, rendering, and printing were employed for the dashboard and door components, rounded out by hand-stitched elegance. The word “custom” barely scratches the surface in describing the uniqueness of this vehicle. This incredible process of design, rendering, planning, and fabrication came together seamlessly, all guided by the owner’s vision.