There is a certain beauty in honesty, especially when it comes to
this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro. Not only is it looking good in its
factory-correct colors, but also it was ordered with some great
features when new, including air conditioning. We even have the
window sticker to prove it all.
This coupe may have been a Florida car all its life. The window
sticker tells us it was sold only a few hours from our showroom.
Plus, the presentation of this car is highly authentic - like it
was well-kept and just given some of the right upgrades along the
way. This starts with the paint. Butternut Yellow is the
factory-correct color, and it looks great on a 1960s machine. Of
course, it also helps that this benefits from a quality respray
later in life. So it really has a nice gloss in the Florida sun.
This coupe was given a few Z/28-style upgrades, like the painted
black racing stripes and 15-inch Rally wheels, but nothing strays
one too far from stock. It has all the first-year Camaro touches,
including the distinct front end and side vent windows. And the way
everything lines up on the body is true proof it's a car that has
The factory-correct gold interior against the yellow exterior are
two tone that harmonize nicely. The bucket seats, door panels, and
dash all have that golden glow that just defines this era in
American motoring. And just like the exterior, there's quality in
the interior details, like the working dome light. This is also a
nice place to spend some time thanks to well-integrated upgrades
like the retro-style AM/FM digital tuner and the auxiliary gauge
trio. While this was born a factory air conditioning car, it now
runs on modern R134a refrigerant to keep you cool today and easy to
service down the road.
Under the hood is Chevrolet's trusty and powerful 327 cubic-inch
V8. It's dressed nicely with the correct Chevy orange paint on the
block, intake, and valve covers. This is such a stock style
presentation that it's great to know this is a year-correct block.
A look like this gets no outrageous add-ons, just the cool
factory-style 327 stickers in a package with tidy belts, wires, and
hoses. This kind of good maintenance means it fires up with ease
and runs like a good small-block should. Plus, the dual exhaust
adds that tight V8 note to your drive. The Powerglide automatic
transmission, power steering, and power brakes were all part of the
original packaging, so this was built to be a cruiser from day
The sale not only comes complete with the original window sticker,
but also the original warranty card, too. This is a special version
from the year that launched the legend. So you know this first-year
Camaro is irresistible. Call today!!!