1967 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible

 

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

Correct 327 4bbl. V8 with upgrades (275HP+) (Date & Suffix T020IKL)

Muncie 4-Speed Manual Transmission & HURST Shifter

Cherry Base/Clearcoat Finish

Deluxe Interior - Bucket Seating - Center Console - SS Gauges

Factory Tachometer

Power Front Disc Brakes

Power Steering

Cowl Induction Hood

15-Inch Rally Wheels - 205/70R14 Goodyear Eagle ST Radials

Delco AM Pushbutton Radio


 

This is one fine 1st generation Camaro. Originally a Bolero Red car, the exterior now displays a beautiful cherry red metallic base/clearcoat finish with Super Sport striping & badging. The wheels of choice are factory 14-inch Camaro Rally Wheels wrapped in 205/70R14 Goodyear Eagle ST radial tires. The manually operated convertible top is in excellent conditon. The steel cowl induction hood is not original to the car, but fits it perfectly.

Open the doors to 1967. The interior features deluxe black bucket seating along either side of the center console & HURST 4-speed shifter. The dash is in excellent condition. This car features a factory tachometer and the SS console mounted gauge package, all functional. The door panels are also in excellent condition. The carpeting is clean and protected with Camaro embossed floor mats.

The ride & drive is excellent. Stopping duties are courtesy of power front disc brakes. The engine is very responsive. its original 327 block was rebuilt & fitted with an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake manifold & Holley 4bbl. carburetor along with an MSD Pro-Billet distributor for increased spark. The exhaust system is also custom built. The engine is backed by the factory Muncie 4-speed manual transmission.

Further inspection of the engine compartment reveal solid original sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders, and core support. The original identification plate is also in place. The undercarriage displays the factory 10-bolt differential, multi-leaf rear springs and a good solid subframe and flooring throughout. The front end was disassembled and gone through during the restoration along with shocks, brakes, etc.