This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is a cool mix of vintage and new. After
all, it comes with terrific paperwork file, but really, what's
going to get you excited it the monstrously powerful big block and
four-on-the-floor upgrade. It makes for a car with a vintage style
and a street-eating personality.
The blue paint sets the tone perfectly for this coupe. It has a
pleasant style that goes with its somewhat stealth personality. But
the quality application has a terrific shine that loves to
highlight the straightness of the sheetmetal. Plus, the chrome
bumpers and brightwork trim were also given a solid investment to
keep it all looking stylish. The cowl hood, chin spoiler, and
full-width spoiler are great classic elements of the V8 first-gen
Camaros. So they look classic and speedy, but don't give a full
indication of the beast within. In fact, the best way to show how
this one loves to be a bit stealthy in its upgrades are shown on
the wheels. You get the look of Chevy's classic Rally look, but
really these are a modern 17-inch package.
The exterior blue returns inside on the door tops an dash, and now
it's joined by a well-done full black package. The upholstery,
carpeting, dash pad, door panels, and headliner are deep, dark, and
have the unmistakable look of a solid investment. Bucket seats, a
center console, sports steering wheel, auxiliary gauges, and a
Hurst shifter are all about a performance driving experience. So
while you may have an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input and
upgraded speakers, we bet your real favorite soundtrack begins
under the hood.
The engine bay is ready to show off serious power. The
color-matched sleek inner walls look terrific. Pieces like steel
braided lines, AN fittings, fabricated valve covers, upgraded
pulleys, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan not only help with
the overall tidy look, but also make this a stronger machine. At
the heart of this is a 454 cubic-inch V8. This big block is a
powerful build with a bored .40 over kit, Edelbrock intake, and
topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. The headers also add
extra power while contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust.
It fires up with the gusto of a big investment in a quality motor,
and you take firm control over this V8 thanks to the four-speed
manual transmission. In fact, strength is part of the whole build.
You see that in the undercarriage photos with pieces like the frame
connectors and traction bars. Plus, there's power steering, front
disc brakes (with upgraded Wilwood master cylinder,) and the
upgraded wheels mean you get to fit proper sport tires.
The sale comes complete with the dealer invoice, original warranty
card, owner's manual, and title documentation. It gives you plenty
of history to make this the one coupe that's both a true shining
classic and undeniably powerful muscle car. So if you love a full
quality build, call today!