VERY QUICK AND VERY CLEAN, BUILT 406 FUELIE, 4L60E, SERPENTINE, 4-DISCS, R134A!
There aren't many better ways to have fun in a car than with a first-generation Camaro. This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro hardtop definitely has the right look and with a fuel-injected small block under the hood, it has the horsepower to back up its street-fighter looks.
Cars like this Camaro aren't about documentation and numbers, they're about making noise and going fast. According to the cowl tag, this one is painted a correct shade of Butternut Yellow that gives it a very smooth, clean look that's non-threatening, all the better to lure in unsuspecting victims. Add a cowl induction hood, a ducktail spoiler, and a black SS stripe around the nose, and you give one of the most iconic muscle cars of all time with a bit of a twist. Fit and finish are quite good, with sharp panel alignment and both doors close with a solid feeling, indicative of a car that hasn't been wrecked or rusty. It's also got the correct RS equipment, including badges and the hidden headlights, and we like the look. They invested a decent amount of time in the finish when it was repainted in 2006, so it has a wonderful shine that will look great for years to come, and if you gave it a professional cut and buff, this car would still stop traffic.
Chevy called the Strato buckets "standard" but one look at the handsome seats and you'll know it's anything but. With a lot of new equipment, you'll be tempted to spend a lot of time in there, and the seats are comfortable enough for long hauls. Relatively recent carpets, door panels, and a taut headliner give it a tidy look and feel, and a center console is a highly desirable option. The carbon-look steering wheel is brand new and has exactly the right look, framing a set of white-faced gauges that look awesome, and are joined by auxiliary dials under the center stack. For modern entertainment, there's a digital AM/FM radio that fits neatly in the original slot with no cutting, and power windows and a tilt steering column are included. There are no surprises awaiting you in the trunk, either, with what appear to be original floors wearing spatter-finish paint, a new mat, as well as the relocated Optima battery.
The Camaro was designed to handle big horsepower from the start, so in keeping with that mindset, a 350 V8 was bored to 406 cubic inches, and now boasts an estimate 500 HP. Despite all the shiny aluminum and chrome, it's built for combat thanks to a FITECH fuel injection system, aluminum heads, and a serpentine belt drive system for the accessories. Other horsepower-building upgrades include a set of ceramic coated long-tube headers, MSD electronic ignition, and a big aluminum radiator with electric fans to keep everything cool. The inner fenders and firewall are in fantastic condition and it's obvious that they worked hard to keep the wiring out of sight. A 4L60E automatic transmission feeds a 10-bolt rear out back, so you don't have to worry about breakage when you mash the throttle. The front suspension is augmented with tubular upper and lower control arms and there's a disc brake at all four corners. A clean undercarriage suggests a car that's always lived someplace warm, and those aggressive 5-spoke wheels give it the perfect stance with their staggered 205/60/15 front and 225/60/15 rear BFGoodrich T/A radials.
This is one of those early Camaros that just looks right, sits right, and drives right. No issues, no asterisks, just a clean F-body and a rumbling small block. Why wait, call us now!
Build Receipts , AM/FM Radio, Defrost, Air Conditioning, Heat, Tilt Wheel, Vinyl Interior, Four Wheel Disc Brakes, Power Steering, Fuel Injection, Power Brakes, Power Windows, Seatbelts
Dealer Invoice, Factory Buildsheet, Original Warranty Card, Owner's Manual
- Engine Size
- 406 CI V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Color
- Body Style
- 2,550 (Since Built)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
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