Check out this awesome 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute! This stunning muscle car is powered by a 396 cubic-inch motor, with TH400, 3-speed automatic transmission. The iconic red with black racing stripes paint scheme is in great shape and looks outstanding in the sun! Inside this car features a black vinyl interior that is in excellent, as new condition. Other features of this car include Vintage Air A/C, period looking Bluetooth AM/FM radio, power brakes, power steering, and tilt steering wheel.
The current owner has had the car for 2 years, kept it in California and maintained a regular service schedule. A professional, independent appraisal report was conducted on the car and is available for review. The car was valued at $45k during that appraisal in Feb 2017. The previous owner had the car for 30 years and completed the full restoration. The car has done approx 4200 miles since the restoration.
This car does need some engine work, with the maintaining garage recommending an engine re-build. This is the reason for the low price. Someone with the ability, or time, to fix the engine themselves will save a lot of money here and end up with a $45k car. I can share details of the work required, by sharing the garage estimate, with anyone interested in the car.
Front chin spoiler,
NOM 396 cubic inch V8 motor,
Chrome valve covers,
Power front disc brakes,
TH400 3-speed automatic transmission,
Vintage Air air conditioning,
Vintage audio AM/FM stereo,
Bucket seats w/seat belts,
Center console w/gauge pack and horseshoe shifter, Rear shelf speakers,
Coil-over shock rear suspension,
10-bolt rear-end w/3.73:1 Positraction gears,
15" Rally wheels w/trim rings and center caps,
BF Goodrich 275/60-R15 rear tires,
BF Goodrich 225/60-R15 front tires,
Red exterior paint w/Black body stripes.
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