1967 Chevrolet Camaro
You are bidding on a fully rotisserie restored 1967 RS/SS 350 Rally Sport Camaro.
It is a factory 4-speed 12 bolt RS. Painted the correct shade of Bolero Red.
This is a real Rally Sport verified by code L (RPO Z22 Camaro).
It also has the following codes on the trim tag.
Code 2 for black top.
Code 760 for Black Strato Bucket Seats.
Code W for tinted windshield.
Code G for center console 4-speed with factory gauges.
Code L for factory 4-speed transmission.
Code S in location K for rear mount antenna.
Code S in location L verifying a real RPO Z23 option car (interior decor trim).
Code B for appearance grope including front and rear bumper guards.
Code Y for deluxe seat belts.
Factory tilt steering.
Factory deluxe steering wheel.
It has factory gauges, factory tachometer, M21 Muncie 4-speed 12 bolt 3:31 differential.
Front brakes power with GM Factory optional 4 piston design.
The wheels are fully correct coded GM 15x6 and have new factory red stripe line Silverstone radial tires.
The factory Rally Sport headlamps open and close perfectly.
The original 350 engine was replaced with a brand new over the counter 9:1 GM 350 HO crate engine GM part number 19210007 at a cost of $4,724.20.
The new GM Crate engine makes a real world pump gas very reliable.
333hp and 381 lbs of torque.
Do not miss this fully restored, real Rally Sport Camaro as it would cost more than 50k to replicate a car of this quality.
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