If you are looking for a headturner this is the right car. I build this car over the last year and finally time to move on for the next toy.
The body on this Camaro has gone through a total ground up restoration. I took an almost perfect original V8 basecar and stripped it down to bare metal and setup a flat white special paint job. All bodylines line up great and doors close great with nice gaps. The chrome parts have been painted in flat black to get this unique look. The wrapped flat black and red accent stripes have been special made to get this unique look. The complete electric RS Kit gives the car the aggressive looks it makes you move once you see the car in your back mirror. A brand new windshield gives a clear view without scratches.
The color concept was kept through the interior. The seats are made of vinyl and suede elements accented with red stitches. Three extra gauges keeps you in control of the engine stats. The B&M Shifter adds an sportive look to the interior.
Rare fold-down rear seat! Only 250 in 1967!
A custom build HiFi-System with hidden woofers and speakers all around gives music enthusiasts a great experience. The two amplifier are hidden behind a great looking Plexiglas installation.
Engine and Driveline
Under the hood of this Camaro is a 383 cui engine in front of an TH350 automatic transmission. A 10 bolt posi rear end makes this car a great cruiser. As you can see you can find black and red accents under the hood lining perfectly up with the exterior. The brand new Edelbrock 4-Barrel carburetor and intake manifold makes the engine run smooth and easy. The aluminum radiator cooles the engine down perfectly.
Headers and the 2,5″ exhaust systems gives the car the sound it needs.
Tubular control arms and Multi-leaf-springs gives the car the perfect look and ride feeling.
Slotted and drilled disc brakes in front and rear with red calipers, combined with a power brake booster stops this car easily. Beside it gives the car a very sporty look, fitting the paint concept on the exterior.
Wheels and Tires
7×17 in front and 10×18 in the rear powder coated custom wheels line up perfectly with the body lines.
This is the ultimate high performance look, thumbs up, 67 Camaro Resto-Mod you’ve been searching for! And certainly, you won’t see a second one looking like that.
Please no lowballers, there are tons of hours in this car. Only trade I consider is a 1968 Charger.
In other event news, Goodguys celebrates the 1969 Camaro, the oldest Lincoln at Copshaholm Concours and Misselwood Concours free viewing
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It’s another feather in the cap for Tucker and this crazy Chevy