PLEASE GO TO ACCELAUTOGROUP.COM FOR MORE PHOTOS AND FINANCE OPTIONS! WE OFFER FAST AND AFFORDABLE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE! Accel Auto Group is proud to offer for sale a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro. This car comes with a 383 Stroker motor hooked to a Turbo 350 Automatic transmission. The paint is driver quality with a nice shine. The interior is in good shape with no major rips or tears. This car has: Comp Cam timing gear drive, MSD problem street distributer, 7qt Moroso Street oil pan, keith black pistons, comp cam, Dart Iron Eagle Heads, 650 Carb, Headers, Edelbrock intake, aluminum radiator. Trans is: Turbo 350 with red TCI clutches, reverse manual valve body, 3qt aluminum deep pan, CSR composite shield, B&M shifter, TCI stall converter. Rear is: 10 bolt, Richmond 3.55 gears, Eaton Posi. Disc brakes in the front and drum in the rear. Please look at all the pics and call Brandon at 940-300-9644 Cell or 972-253-8600 Office to make a deal today!
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