Camaro Emerald Turquoise with Black vinyl top. One owner car no accident damage ever always a California car assembled in Los Angles at the Van Nuys plant in the first week of Jujly.1967. In storage under a car cover since 1991 Has the window sticker, bill of sale from Guaranty Chevrolet of san diego california . order date 7/13/67. There is original protect-o-plate warranty book, New car delivery report, owners manual, custom feature optional accessories manual, the original body and shop repair manual from chevrolet.
The Camaro has deluxe interior A50 Strato bucket seats and Four dealer installed options: A manual remote control drivers side mirror, gm clips to hold the seat belts, a gas filler cap with a wire bale. and power steering.
The 327 v-8 is in excellent condition and totally original condition. a true numbers matching car. After removal from storage the brakes were replaced. fluids were changed and a new battery was installed a tune up was done.
This a non modified original car from california. with the original delco push button radio. All original tire change tools correct color grey with correct dates ect. This a chance to own an unmolested original survivor car.
Cars equipment list for 124277L163895 sports coupe Camaro.
327 V8 210hp, 3 speed on floor, tinted windshield only, wheel trim covers,push button radio, deluxe interior package, Vinyl roof CV black, Paint Emerald Turquoise, Power brakes, Pvc with air injection.
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