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1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS



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1967 Chevrolet

Camaro RS



Engine Size
327 CI
2 Speed Automatic
64,100 (Unknown)
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This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS is honest, original, and just plain amazing. It's a real Rally Sport with all the right features in such great condition that getting in it today feels like you just walked into the Chevy dealer to pick up your new made-to-order Camaro.

We all know that first generation Camaros are probably the most desirable classic car anyway. This first year makes it even more special. The original Marina Blue has been replicated perfectly to showcase the amazingly straight body panels with uniform gaps. Plus, the white Bumblebee Stripe have always been one of the coolest ways to add some standout color to a classic Camaro. Like any true performance car of this era there are aggressive touches like the rally wheels, chrome on the lower rocker panels, a front chin spoiler, and the rear spoiler. But really the reason why you want this is because it's a true factory RS. The package's iconic blacked-out grille and hidden headlamps are what everyone loves to see on these original F-Bodies.

The interior is just as factory accurate and blue as the exterior - everything from the pristine door panels to the original three-spoke RS steering wheel shimmer like a clear sky on a sunny day. This is a true Z-code Strato Bucket seat car, and in between those is the center console that was part of this car's original packaging. Not only does it have a nice handle for the automatic transmission, but it also houses a set of auxiliary gauges. This frees up the space in front of the driver to have two big, clear pods for the speedometer, and the original optional tachometer. The only significant alteration from stock is a knob-style AM/FM radio that looks like it's from 1967, but it really has an auxiliary input so you can play your modern tunes.

Pop the hood and the time warp continues with the 327 cubic-inch V8. We can't say for certain if this is a numbers matching car, but date codes get the motor and body so close that they might have been at the Norwood, Ohio, factory on the same day back in October 1967. This V8 has always been good for modifications, and so this one picks up some extra power from the Edelbrock aluminum intake, Holley double-pump four-barrel carburetor, and performance headers. Because people will want to see this motor at car shows, the engine bay has been given an appearance upgrade with chrome valve covers, air cleaner, and alternator. Underneath, you'll see the original spec Powerglide transmission that's connected to GM's stout 10-bolt rear end. Running alongside this setup is the dual exhaust that lets out a nice rumble to announce your power without being deafening. And you won't be afraid to cruise in this one all day thanks to power steering and front disc brakes.

This is the kind of Camaro you've always wanted. It's a first year true RS that will always have an interesting story to tell and a valuable place in the collector car market. Call now!!

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  • Defrost
  • AM/FM Radio
  • Heat
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Front Disc Brakes
  • Power Steering
  • Seatbelts
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Transmission Spec
Rear End
10 Bolt
Front Suspension
Coil Spring
Rear Suspension
Leaf Spring
Front Brakes
Rear Brakes
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