1967 Chevrolet Camaro custom show car !! Just in time for summer car shows and cruising. Fresh out of the paint shop is this beautiful little '67 custom Camaro. Straight, solid and clean body, floors, trunk and frame with show quality ''Ermine White'' paint. New chrome, trim and weather stripping as well. Custom interior is really sharp with custom leather wrapped high back bucket seats and factory console and a carbon fiber dash cluster with Autometer gauges. Very nice! Power comes by way of a nasty sounding and strong running 400 c.i. small block V8 engine backed by a Muncie 4 speed manual transmission and 12 bolt posi-traction rear w/3:55 gears. Other features include power steering, Center-Line wheels with B.F.G. tires, B-Cool aluminum radiator, MSD ignition, Flowmaster dual exhaust, cd stereo and lots more! This Camaro runs and drives as nice as it looks!
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