Very clean 1967 Camaro
New red BC/CC paint with white stripes on straight rust free body
New black deluxe interior
327 V8 engine, Edelbrock intake and carb, headers with dual exhaust
Automatic transmission with factory floor shifter in console
Factory air conditioning car with newer style compressor
Factory tinted glass
Power disc brakes have been added
New Tubular control arms with new ball joints, bushings and tie rod ends
New chrome Riddler wheels with new G force BFG tires
This is a great looking and driving Camaro
Trim tag codes to be an original Red car with Black deluxe bucket seat interior, V8, automatic transmission
with factory Air conditioning
call with any questions 573-619-3708
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