1967 Camaro SS/RS L78 Tribute.
Absolutely beautiful color combination with deep Black paint and the Bright Red nose striping finished with a cut and polished clear coat. Great detail went into the restoration even the underneath got special attention. This was all done on a rust free California body, still retaining its original sheet metal. Finished off with beautiful red deluxe interior.
Powered by a rebuilt '69 427 with the rare (512) block. Mild Street Roller 450+ HP shifting thru a manual TKO-600 5 speed, sending the power to a 12 bolt rear end with 3:42 gears. It runs and drives as good as it looks. Stops and turns with ease having power steering and power 4 wheel disc brakes with 15" rally wheels and fully adjustable coil over suspension makes cruising around town so enjoyable. 396 emblems and decals, electric hideaway headlights, frame connectors, headers, etc.
This is one of the nicest '67 Camaros for sale in North America for a great price $59,000 U.S.
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