350 V8, AUTO, PWR FRONT DISCS, PWR STEERING, CLASSIC MUSCLE, AFFORDABLE BLACK!!
Pony cars like this '67 Camaro SS continue to gain popularity in the collector car market. This F-body combines an awesome black and white color scheme, and a bare-bones appeal that makes it a strong contender for the ultimate summer cruiser. Don't believe us? Take a closer look and you'll see how this Camaro can steal just about any red-blooded American's heart.
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS, while not dressed in its original color paint, looks right at home in the glossy black. The SS white stripes certainly pull the look together giving this car the character one expects of an SS. The beautiful chrome outlining the car from the front bumpers to the rear add just enough sparkle to make anyone do a double take. The the cowl induction hood makes for a nice meatier look. The simple SS branded front grille points to a time when pony cars were meant to look cool and be fast. The beautiful curves of the rear fenders, to the ducktail spoiler on the back, this car looks clean and straight and exactly like a Camaro should. It's eye catching without being overly flashy.
Pop the doors and you'll find inside sits a clean black interior. With comfortable black vinyl bucket seats up front, driving this Camaro is a breeze. Sitting behind what appears to be the original Chevrolet branded steering wheel is an aftermarket tachometer gauge. Combine that with factory appearing gauges sitting in the dash, and four auxiliary gauges sitting in the console, and you will be in check on everything happening with the car. In the center of the console, A horseshoe shifter sits in front of the auxiliary gauges. Everything from the door panels, to the bench back seat, to the carpets, is clean and just waiting for a new owner to take this first gen out for a spin. This Camaro also has an AM/FM radio with cassette player for your listening pleasure. The trunk is clean and outlined in the correct looking mat ready for the luggage of a weekend trip. Overall, this car is as clean on the inside as it is on the outside, which is pretty impressive.
Pop the hood and you'll find a detailed engine bay with a great sounding 350 cubic inch V8. Wearing a 3970014 casting number, we know that the 350 is not original, however it was pulled from an early 1970's Camaro and looks right at home under the hood. The stout 350 cubic inch small block is dressed to play with Edelbrock-signature air cleaner and chrome valve covers, as well as a 4-barrel intake and carb. Of course, that's in addition to the Chevy Orange paint that belongs on every Chevy engine of the period. The small block feeds its power into an automatic transmission, while stopping power is supplied by disc brakes in the front and drum in the rear. Completing the car is the custom chrome B/G staggered wheels, with 18" rims in the front and 20" rims in the rear that have been wrapped in Nankang rubber.
With the quintessential look of what a Camaro should be, this one is poised to turn heads with its looks and sound. With the hardware this car carries, you couldn't come close to building it for our asking price. Call today!
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- 350 V8
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- 61,867 (Unknown)
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- Center Console