1967 Chevrolet Camaro Pro Touring RS/SS
Pro-touring built in 2009 with all gm parts except custom full frame built by "fat man Fabrications".
l-S1 ram jet 350, 700-R4,12 bolt. 4 wheel disc brakes. Custom wheels with matching steering wheel, 4 core radiator, adjustable coil overs all the way around, custom 24 gallon fuel tank, rack and pinion steering. This car is ready for the track at the same time it is totally street legal. $110,000.00 invested. All new parts. "One of a kind"
The Chevrolet Camaro is an institution. Its lineage comes from a great period in automotive history – the pony car wars of the mid-to-late 1960s. The Mustang, the Challenger, the Barracuda, the AMX, the Firebird – 2+2 muscle. These ground-pounders fueled the highly competitive and immensely popular SCCA Trans-Am racing series, as manufacturers fought to […]
This ClassicCars.com Marketplace featured listing is a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro convertible for sale in Phoenix, Arizona. According to the seller, it is an unrestored Hugger Orange survivor of a gilded age with 83,300 original miles according to the odometer and the title. Built for the 1969 model year at the Van Nuys assembly plant in […]
OK, as car guys we’re supposed to be pretty much color blind. It’s the car not the color that matters. That having been said, what I noticed first about the Pick of the day, a 1980 Chevrolet Camaro Z28, was its unusual color scheme — charcoal metallic over lower-body trim in red and orange. Turns […]
The Pick of the Day is a restored car at an attainable price
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Car heading not to SEMA but to new collector car event in the Middle East
In other event news, Goodguys celebrates the 1969 Camaro, the oldest Lincoln at Copshaholm Concours and Misselwood Concours free viewing