1967 Chevrolet Camaro
• Performance rebuilt 327 CI V8
• Aluminum heads
• .040 over bore
• 4 wheel disc brakes
• Dual circuit master cylinder
• Original red interior
• B&M ratchet shifter
• 18” Foose wheels w/Nitto 555 tires
• Silver paint w/black stripes and ghost flames
• Less than 4,000 miles since rebuild
Are you looking for a killer first generation Camaro that you can take out and enjoy on the weekends? Well, we’ve found your car!
Take a look at this Camaro. The silver paint finish stands out and shines brightly in the sun. The black stripes on the hood and trunk lid set it off perfectly. However, looking closely at the stripes reveals awesome ghost flames on the hood. The paintwork on this car is top notch. The 18 inch Foose wheels give it an aggressive stance and a modern look.
Under the hood is a 327 cubic inch V8, just like the fender badges indicate. However, it’s not quite stock. The engine has been rebuilt with performance in mind, with a .040 overbore, a Quick Fuel carburetor atop an Edelbrock performer RPM intake manifold, a performance camshaft, and a set of aluminum pro comp heads. Inside, there are forged pistons, and ignition comes from a new MSD Pro Billet unit and a 6AL ignition box. In other words: this car can scoot. It breathes through a set of Hedman long tube headers that continue on to a set of Flowmaster mufflers. Watch the video and listen to that exhaust note. It’s sweet.
All that power makes it to the ground through a TH350 automatic transmission and a 3.55 Eaton locking rear differential. New springs, A-arms, and an SSBC 4-wheel disc brake kit ensure that this car handles and stops as well as it goes, too. It’s the perfect package.
On the inside, the interior is all original just as it left the factory in 1967 with the exception of a few minor upgrades. For one, the transmission is now controlled by a B&M ratchet shifter mounted on the floor. There are also gauges to help monitor the engine’s vital signs, including a tachometer. Other than that, this car’s red interior is straight out of 1967 – nice and preserved, thanks to the window tint and the fact that its previous owner cared for it greatly.
With less than 4,000 miles put on the car since its engine and suspension rebuild, this Camaro is nice and tight. Turn the key, step on the gas, and have a blast on any Friday night drag strip or cruise in. What more could you ask for?
Give us a call to learn more or come see it here on location at Blue Marlin Motors! Remember: we finance classic cars! Drive your dream home today!
-Team @ Blue Marlin Motors USA