CORRECT 1967 327CI MOTOR, NICE COPPER PAINT, PROCAR SEATS, 4 SPEED MANUAL
For a lot of us, someday is a day that'll never come. Someday we'll build a car like this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro, someday we'll have the time and money, and someday we'll go cruising in it. Well, there's no shame in admitting that sometimes it's just smarter to buy a finished car, and once you take a closer look at this cool coupe, you'll realize this is just how you would have done it anyway.
Sure, you'd paint yours something flashy, especially if the bodywork was this straight, so the brilliant metallic copper finish works extremely well here. For pure intimidation, nothing beats a snarling V8 rumbling under a cowl induction hood, and with just the right stance, I'm betting you won't get many takers at the stop light grand prix. That's OK, because this car is almost too pretty to risk doing something foolish, with paint that's about twenty feet deep and a mirror-like shine that will make you proud to own the car. It's got a few signs of use, because it's been driven but with a car like this how could you not drive it. It's nice to see that it hasn't been dressed up like a fake SS, but rather it keeps the clean, unadorned look of a base model and adds a custom grille, ducktail spoiler, and a minimum of distractions that would take away from the brilliant color.
The black bucket interior offers just the right modifications to make it the ideal travelling partner. The seats are body-hugging buckets from ProCar and you'll note that the rear bench has been cleverly upholstered to match. Once you're behind the wheel, you'll be pleased to find factory gauges, including a tachometer, plus a trio of auxiliary gauges in a custom panel down by the console. The Muncie 4-speed is topped by a Hurst cue ball in the center of a genuine GM center console, which has been painted to match the exterior of the car. With a manual gearbox and a snarling V8 up front, there's not much need for additional distractions, but there's an AM/FM/iPod stereo head unit in the dash and a CD changer hidden out of sight. The trunk is about halfway finished with plenty of sound insulation and a space-saver spare, but in need of a mat to really finish it off.
It's not radical under the hood, sporting a period-correct 1967-date-coded 327 cubic inch V8. Edelbrock supplied both the intake manifold and the 4-barrel carburetor, and in true small block fashion, it loves to rev. Bright Chevy Orange paint, a set of polished Mickey Thompson finned valve covers, and a stainless steel firewall make it look dressed up, and we particularly dig the gauges and remote starter button built into the firewall to assist in tuning. A 2.5-inch exhaust system fed by long-tube headers and muffled by stock-style mufflers gives it a distinctive sound, and the floors are in good order with no nasty surprises. Four polished aluminum Centerline wheels wearing 195/60/14 front and 235/60/14 rear performance radials give it exactly the right look.
This is an ultra-clean F-body that you can proudly drive and show anywhere. Best of all, it won't cost you five years' worth of weekends to build. Call today!
- AM/FM Radio
- CD Changer
- iPod Compatible
- Vinyl Interior
- Front Disc Brakes
- Power Steering
- Exterior Color
- Copper Metallic
- Interior Color
- Rear End
- 10 Bolt
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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