According to NCRS, this Camaro was a special order produced on
April 27, 1967, and shipped to Lindy Chevrolet in Arcadia, CA. Only
4,003 Camaros were built with 396/325hp V8 engines in 1967, and
only 1,953 had Turbo 400 automatic transmissions. It also has the
J52 manual front disc brakes. This Camaro's engine is a
period-correct 396ci V8 rebuilt to exact specifications down to the
purple dot on the dipstick. This is a 3-year ground-up nut-and-bolt
restoration with no expense spared. It features RS and SS hidden
headlight options, deluxe black seats with white striping, original
deluxe silver and gold coach seat belt buckles with accurate date
code tags for 1967 and a racing gauge cluster.
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