Offered for sale is a Red 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS Convertible. It has the matching numbers 350-295 H.P. Engine with a 4-speed Muncie transmission and a 12 Bolt Rear end. The interior is 797-Z code parchment with black bucket seats; the R-1 paint code is Bolero-Red. This car has the console and gauge package, with deluxe seat belts. The white soft top is manual. The wheels are 14x7 Ralley’s with BFG raised white letter radials. This car comes equipped with power steering and power brakes making this car a pleasure to drive. The engine casting is 3892657 Patte code C-11-7, PAD V0327MS, and the VIN Match 7N200474. The RPO Codes and Trim tag will be pictured. The Transmission and Rear numbers along with bottom pictures will be added as soon as we have a lift available.
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