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1967 Chevrolet Camaro



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1967 Chevrolet




Engine Size
327 CI
2 Speed Automatic
16,247 (Unknown)
Fort Worth
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We don't see all that many '67 Camaro convertibles around these days and certainly even fewer as nice as this one. With its classy, understated color scheme, factory-correct drivetrain still intact and an impressive amount of documentation on hand to chronicle the work that's been done to bring it to its current impressive condition, it is equally at home as a frequent driver and an automotive investment vehicle.

Clad in a Nantucket Blue color that replaces its original yellow, this is a car that easily captures your attention without "shouting". It's a great looking shade to begin with, and being one of Chevy's offerings when this Camaro debuted, it's no wonder that it looks so appropriate. The broad white stripes running the length of the hood and deck lid are no mere decals - they're painted on and are a faithful recreation of the striping option Chevy first offered the very year this car came out. And while they were at it, they completed the look with a blacked-out SS grill, fresh SS badges and impressively clean and straight chrome bumpers both fore and aft. Drop top devotees are known to push the climatic conditions during which they enjoy open air motoring, but when protection from the elements is needed, the power black vinyl convertible top is in very nice shape and well-fitted, raising and lowering with no issues and sporting a clear window in back.

The black vinyl interior has been thoroughly refurbished and hasn't seen a lot of activity, as the surfaces across the front buckets and rear bench seat show almost no wear at all. Featuring a very nice custom, but period-appropriate workmanship, they sit above a fresh expanse of black carpeting protected in front by a pair of floor mats bearing the signature Chevy bowtie. Behind that really nice woodgrain steering wheel, the dash area is a great example of mid-'60s muscle car styling, with its wood grain accents carefully resuscitated and the full assortment of gauges, including the trio residing front and center on the console, very readable through their clear lenses. Dash pads are all too often a problem area with black upholstery, and doubly so in convertibles due to sun damage, but this one has escaped the ravages of UV exposure and remains supple and straight. An 8-track player (complete with a box of 8-tracks!) sits just under the glove box as a reminder of this Camaro's era, but an AM/FM system with IPod connectivity is also on hand to serve your audio needs in a more contemporary manner. Should your travels ever include an errant nail or other road hazard, a full-sized spare with a lot of tread sits in back in the trunk area.

The factory correct drivetrain, featuring a 327 cubic inch V8 paired with an automatic PowerGlide transmission, is in good form, starting right up, running smoothly and shifting with all the precision you'd want in a frequent, or even daily driver. Already a very well regarded powerplant to begin with, the 327 under the distinct SS hood further benefits from the addition of an Edelbrock intake and 4-barrel carb. As nicely as this car shows, it's got the road manners to match with the aid of Hotchkis subframe connectors, power steering that remains reassuringly precise and power front disc brakes that bring it to a stop in short order. This drop top Chevy classic sits on a set of 15" Cragar rims, outfitted with Michelin radials.

Looking for a classic Chevy muscle car that comes complete with undeniable curb appeal and road-readiness? You need to check out this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro convertible. Call today!

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  • Seatbelts
  • Power Steering
  • Power Brakes
  • Front Disc Brakes
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Tilt Wheel
  • Heat
  • Power Convertible Top
  • Numbers Matching
  • iPod Compatible
  • AM/FM Radio
  • 8 Track
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  • Restoration Photos
  • Build Receipts
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Exterior Color
Nantucket Blue
Interior Color
Transmission Spec
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Drum
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