350 ZZ4 CRATE MOTOR, ALUM. HEADS, 355 HP, 4 SPEED MANUAL, CORRECT COLOR, PS, PB
This 1967 Camaro RS convertible combines an awesome color scheme (Marina Blue never goes out of style) and a highly-polished appeal that makes it a strong contender for the ultimate summer cruiser. Small block V8 power and timeless good looks are part of the package too, so we'll throw them in for free.
Ironically, the cowl tag says this one was originally code F Marina Blue, so when it was restored 3,700 miles ago, every square inch of visible sheetmetal was covered in the nicest Marina Blue urethane money could buy. Feel free to come into the showroom and look closely in the door jambs, trunk, and engine compartment, and you'll discover a very nicely finished F-body. Of course, this car looks like someone spent a lot of time on it, with good gaps and panel alignment and evidence that the entire car was thoroughly block sanded before being sent to the paint booth. It shows a few signs of use, but who can resist the allure of a Camaro convertible on a sunny day, especially one that turns heads like this? It's also nice to see familiar Camaro performance cues like the cowl induction hood, chin spoiler, ducktail spoiler and a blacked-out grille that gives it a touch of sinister look. Chrome bumpers, bright fender trim, and polished stainless on the windshield surround all add some glitter to this otherwise serious F-body.
The code 760 black bucket seat interior also matches the fender tag and looks fantastic against the bright blue paint. Recent seat covers with correct-looking pleated seating surfaces look great, along with fresh door panels and new black carpets that tie it together quite nicely. The console is highlighted with a Hurst shifter, complete with cue ball knob, as well as a trio of auxiliary gauges neatly installed just above it. Factory gauges were replaced during the restoration and show clear faces and bright markings, and a column-mounted tachometer gives it a racy feel. Experts will note the correct RS steering wheel and horn button, and a modern AM/FM/iPod stereo radio was slipped into the dash and looks quite correct. A black convertible top with crystal clear rear window looks like it's never seen rain and it folds neatly under a matching black boot. Out back, the trunk is finished in proper spatter paint and includes a full-sized spare tire assembly.
Pop the hood and you'll find one fresh-looking 350 cubic inch ZZ4 crate motor, complete with aluminum heads and 355 horsepower. Dressed simply, it's almost OEM-looking with the black valve covers, but the high-rise intake, Holley carburetor, and open-element air cleaner suggest more performance than the original 327. Just about everything was new when the car was restored and it all looks almost better than new, and it seems to run just as well. Long tube headers feed a rumbling dual exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers, and you'll note that the floors are painted in Marina Blue, providing an awesome background for the highly detailed chassis components. The transmission is a 4-speed manual spinning the original 10-bolt rear, so it's a blast to drive and the components are virtually bulletproof. Classic Rally wheels with 215/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials fill the wheel wells with an aggressive look.
With restoration receipts included, this is a gorgeous V8 Camaro convertible with lots of performance and a very clean, sophisticated look. What are you waiting for, call today!
AM/FM Radio, Defrost, Heat, iPod Compatible, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seatbelts, Vinyl Interior
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 350 V8 ZZ4
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Manual
- Transmission Spec
- Muncie M21
- Body Color
- Body Style
- 3,742 (Since Built)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 120 months