SLICK BLACK-ON-BLACK, 383 STROKER V8, AUTO, LONGTUBE/DUALS, PWR FRNT DISC/STEER!
Vintage Camaros are always a safe place to park some money. No stock market ups and downs, just a cool piece of hardware you can drive and enjoy while the market moves. Will this 1967 SS tribute make you rich overnight? No. But it'll always have an eager group of guys looking to buy, and if you're such a person, well, here's your chance.
The cool thing about first-generation Camaros is that the can be anything from a grocery getter to a fire-breathing road course monster. Most of them fall in the middle, with cars like this sinister black coupe making up a vast majority of the F-bodies you'll at shows and cruise nights around the country. It's really nice, too, with a recent paint job over some laser-straight sheetmetal that means pros did the work, not some guy in his garage on weekends. They added a cowl-induction hood, which should have been standard equipment because it looks so right and with a professional cut and buff, this thing would be a show-stopper. A proper blacked-out SS grille up front combines with the badges on the front fenders to make it impossible to mistake this Camaro for anything else on the road. Chrome and bright trim is in good shape, and I, for one, am a fan of the front vent windows, which disappeared after 1967 but make a big difference in interior comfort.
Speaking of interior comfort, the black bucket seats are correctly finished, complete with original-style pleats. A correct center console gives it a finished and performance-oriented look inside, and comes with a trick B&M shifter for the TH350 3-speed automatic transmission underneath. New carpets duplicate the original weave and pattern and are protected by matching floor mats so they'll look good for years to come. A tidy AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit has been installed and still sounds great. Gauges are cool white-faced dials that cover all the vitals and a big wood-rimmed wheel warms things up a bit inside. In back, the trunk is clean and solid, so no worries about body rot and a repro mat would make it look right.
It's hard to beat a small block Chevy for performance, and in this Camaro a 383 cubic inch stroker motor delivers a serious hit of big block torque. Fitted with an Edelbrock intake, aluminum heads, and a big 4-barrel carburetor, this one pulls like a freight train with the most delicious V8 snarl from the twin pipes out back. A full dress-up kit gives it a performance look that leaves no secret about its performance, and the accompanying dyno sheet shows a rather impressive 430 horsepower on tap. Thanks to a relatively mild cam, it starts quickly and idles quite well and with a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission, it's easy to drive in town or out on the open road. The fuel tank and Flowmaster exhaust are brand new, and with electronic cut-outs, it sounds ferocious. 17-inch Torque Thrust look great wearing fat performance radials, giving it a bit of rake.
Fast and clean, this early Camaro will let you forget about investments and chasing every last penny, and instead enjoy the ride. Call today!
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