A cherry-red first-year 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is always going to
have plenty of appeal. But when the paint shines a bit brighter and
the small block growls a bit meaner, it really makes for an even
more desirable coupe.
Bolero Red is one of the colors that helped launch the Camaro, so
we always love to see one done right. This one turns it up a notch
with a more recent and absolutely professional application. The
treatment leaves a super slick gloss and shine. It looks great in
the sunlight, and it really lets you appreciate the straight panels
and good gaps. Another key to seeing this coupe's quality is the
pinstripe that traces the sporty curve of the profile. And speaking
of sporty, this has been given some nice Super Sport-style
upgrades, like the deep chin spoiler, SS badging, and upgraded cowl
hood. And the D91 white stripe sends both a powerful message and
coordinates with the pinstripe for a thoughtful look. Bright chrome
bumper and trim add to this car's style. Plus, the classic Cragar
SS wheels bring it all together with added polish and an aggressive
Black interior always looks great against red exteriors, and this
one really get the look right. There has been a more recent
investment to make sure the fundaments look sharp and feel fresh.
This is especially true on the seats. The 1967 Deluxe interior had
white accenting on the upholstery, and so it's the ideal pairing
with an exterior that has white accenting. So has a well-done
package inside and out. There are desirable classic details, like
the center console with floor shift and the three-spoke SS steering
wheel with power steering. These are joined by well-integrated
upgrades. The retro-style AM/FM digital tuner with USB input means
you have upgraded driving music, and the auxiliary gauge trio keeps
you informed about what's going on in the engine bay.
Under the hood is the clean and mean look of upgraded performance.
The 350 cubic-inch V8 has some extra flair with the Edelbrock valve
covers, bracer bars, and some more polished pieces shining within
the smooth and dark engine bay. And as you get closer, you'll
recognize go-fast goodies like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor,
Weiand intake manifold, MSD Blaster 2 coil, and long tube
performance headers. So you'll love the sound this enhanced V8
makes when the dual exhaust barks at fire-up. The TH400 three-speed
automatic transmission is GM's stout unit that's built to handle
plenty of power. And the wheel upgrade means an extra meaty set of
BF Goodrich T/As in the rear to help the rubber meet the road.
This is the first-year Camaro that really understands how to add
some sleekness and power into an iconic package. That's why you're
going to love it. Call today!!!