Offered for sale is a 1967 Camaro (Blue Thunder) which was built by a friend of mine who passed away. The engine is a 468CI, Big Block with Bow-tie aluminum heads, power guide transmission with a trans brake. The rear is a 12 Bolt that has been Mini-tubbed with ladder bars. The gear is 410 or 456 not sure which. It has 175HP, with a Nitrous kit. The shifter is a B&M Pro-Stick; the converter has a 4500 stall and the carb is an 1150 Holley Dominator. The intake is dart single plane and the Headers are hookers. The hood is fiber glass cowl induction. The interior is stock and fairly nice. It has a set of Auto Meter gauges mounted under the ash tray. The wheels are weld and the front discs are wildwood. The slicks are race-master M&H 30X14.5 15LT. This is ready for the strip or the street.
LGC is interested in trades but No motorcycles or boats. Cars Only.
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