1967 CHEVROLET CAMARO CONVERTIBLE ****NUMBERS MATCHING**** * 327 /
210HP ENGINE * NUMBERS MATCHING DRIVETRAIN * 10 BOLT REAR END *
BLACK CONVERTIBLE TOP * Granada Gold Code: G2 Vehicle Description
What makes the this car special is it is in its true colors and and
trim level. It was produced in 1967 and was built at the Norwood,
OH., assembled in late May. Fast forward to 2020 and the car is
still powered by its original, numbers matching 327ci V8,
transmission, and rear axle. The Camaro is undocumented original
miles and has a undocumented mileage title. This car drives like it
has 16K origional miles and even has a Colorado State inspection
sticker on the inside of the windshield from 1980 documenting
14,809mi. on 7/9/99 from Tower Garage. Certified by renowned Camaro
expert, Steve Rheese, this camaro has been authenticated that the
engine, transmission, and rear axle are the original units
installed at the Chevrolet factory. Mr. Rheese stated that Original
numbers matching 50 year old cars are very hard to find in today's
Camaro collector world, further enhancing this example's
significance. General Motors and Chevrolet conservatively rated
these engines at 275 horsepower. It has one older exterior only
lacquer repaint in the correct super-rare color of Granada Gold.
The door jambs and underside of the trunk lid are factory paint.
This Camaro is nicely equipped with 10-bolt posi-traction rear end
with 3:08 gears, center console with gauges and much more. This is
a niceley-optioned Camaro that is unrestored with low mileage and
its original engine, transmission, and rear axle. Don't miss your
opportunity to own one of the great muscle cars of the 1960s'! The
body is a honest driver body with subpar 10 year old small repairs.
The repairs that were made were not done to a upper level of
quality on the back corner or each rear fender. There is some waves
to the side pannels, these are very old repairs. In its current
form, it is a drivers car.
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