This is the birth of a legend. The 1967 Camaro launched the icon,
so it's great to see it shining brightly in its original
interesting color combo. It might even have its original V8, too!
But as you pour through the details on this coupe, it's the subtle
upgrades that make it irresistible.
It's hard to resist a Camaro in its original shade of Marina Blue. With nice gloss on this distinctive paint, it recalls feelings of those days when you saw your first Camaro. This is the model that truly started the pony car wars. It ignited something in you, because the styling was more aggressive, but just as affordable as the Mustang. In fact, this one has a few interesting upgrades like the cowl hood and the D91 "bumblebee" stripe that looks great coordinating with the white vinyl roof. These upgrades combine with the iconic Rally wheels, complete factory trim, and bright wraparound bumpers to be a symbol of how the Camaro stole our hearts all those decades ago.
One of the best features of this coupe is revealed when you open the door. The blue bucket seat interior looks great against the coordinating blue exterior hue. This is the kind of color that could have only come from the '60s, and we believe all the major components are original. In fact, the only two pieces that are non-standard are the upgrades like the AM/FM cassette stereo and auxiliary gauge package. Everything else, from the door panels, to the carpeting, to the steering wheel is quite original, and it feels as deep and blue as an ocean.
The 327 cubic-inch V8 was the heart of the early Camaros, so we love the honest presentation of this one. With the correct air topper, correct bold orange block paint, correct dual barrel carburetor, and so much more, it really showcases what an authentic classic Camaro V8 is. In fact, the date code on this block leads us to believe it could be original to the car. But more than just history, a classic like this was meant to be driven. That's why it also has great features like the Powerglide automatic transmission and a newer aluminum radiator to keep everything cool.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the kind of Camaro that gets everyone excited. After all, it's original in the right places, upgraded where you want it, and absolutely distinctive. So if you're bold enough, it's time to take home a legend. Call now!
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