Pro Street cars really got their wheels turning during the mid
70's. Gearheads and enthusiasts alike who needed a car to drive to
work during the week, but also need a car to compete at the drag
strip during the weekends. Pro-Street cars were a comprise between
Main Street functionality and Dragway performance. They combined
performance upgrades such as high horsepower motors, narrowed rear
ends, and custom roll cages with largely stock cars with stock
floor pans, factory safety equipment and complete interiors. 1st
generation Camaros have always been an early target for Pro Street
builders. There relatively light weight, small size and sub-frame
design made them rugged cars to handle the horsepower.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this classic Pro-Street style 1967 Camaro for consideration. This car was built / restored approximately 10 years ago The motor is a 434 4 Barrel Chevy Big Block V8 professionally prepared to a stated 518 horsepower. Engine components consist of: Eagle Crank, Eagle H-Beam Rods, SRP Pistons 11.1-.030 over, ported and polished heads, roller rockers, roller cam, dart intake, Pro-System 980 CFM Carb, MSD ignition, 7 quart oil pan, high volume oil pump, ARP main and head bolts, etc. The transmission is HD Turbo 400 Automatic with 3500 stall converter, 9 inch Ford 4.30 Rear-Moser Axles. Other mechanical highlights include: Ladder Bar / Coil Over Suspension, Hurst Quarter-Stick Floor Shifter, HD Aluminum Radiator etc. Other features included: Late model bucket seats, tilt custom steering wheel, 8-point safty bars, Pro-Street tub, custom dash with Autometer gauges, Custom rear 15X15 Weld polished alloy rear wheels with 33x19x15 Mickey Thompson tires, and 15x5 matching Weld fronts.
The body of this Camaro is very good, structurally sound and the older restoration is very presentable. The floors and sub-frame very good. The chrome and trim are complete and good as well with newer weather strips.
The overall mechanical condition of this Camaro is excellent with premium parts and components used throughout the build. The car roars to life, no smoke, sounds excellent, well behaved in traffic and cruising situations, and has the ability to overtake victim after victim in a pink slip challenge or weekend bracket racing fun. A performance value at the price offered here.
To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com
Gr Auto Gallery, LLC and our sister company, Wheelz Sales and Leasing Inc. makes every effort to represent each vehicle accurately and with integrity. We also welcome third party inspections when necessary. Although we try to do our very best to be accurate in our description writing we are human and do make mistakes. Unless otherwise noted, All vehicles are sold AS IS, No Warranty Expressed or Implied. All sales final.
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