1967 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe
It's understandable why people get all excited about survivor cars
with a numbers-matching engine and transmission, factory, paint,
etc. That's obviously not what this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is all
about, because this is a bold resto-mod. It's rocking a modern
powertrain, interior electronics, and a seriously worked-over
appearance that makes this '67 muscle car a standout on the
For consignment, a super duper super sport 1967 Camaro which has
been worked over with new panels, a super stunner of a power plant,
and in restomod heart pounding eye-catching beautiful condition eat
'em up form.
The newer versions of the Camaro are nice and all with their
neoprene bumpers etc etc etc, however there is something about the
simplicity of design with these earlier Camaro models. A thin
grille, nice small bumper with actual chrome on it just below, and
the hidden headlights which are just not seen on cars of today.
This car has all new steel panels which are laser straight, minding
their gaps to a T, and bathed in gray paint. Some black accenting
stripes run on the hood and rear trunk deck and have sporty red pin
striping between the border of the black and the gray body paint.
Noted on the body, solvent pop is dimpling the gray and affects
each panel in varying degrees of severity. More SS badging for the
rear along with the simple horizontal taillights and another small
bumper below. 17-inch Ridler 5 spoke wheels wrapped with low
profile 215/40ZR17's in front, and larger 255/50ZR17's on back.
Super looks, super stunning.
A swing of the doors and we shake hands with a beautifully molded
plastic door panel which takes on a more modern look from the
original. The door actuator is molded into the armrest, and a
window crank is seen on this door too. Below is a strip of black
carpeting. Black carpeting continues in the cabin and is all nice
and clean, and floating on this are newly covered low back buckets
in black vinyl with some white accenting stripes between the
blaster and the inserts. A molded in headrest is noted in these
chairs, and in back a bench in matching pattern and material
stretches from B pillar to B pillar. Racing up the center is a V
shaped console, also black with some chromed accenting for the
edges. Within this console is a Hurst shifter, and just prior to
the rise upward a trio of aftermarket gauges is installed. The
several raked inward to the bottom dash sports some deep set round
speedo and tach gauges, along with some knobs and pulls. This car
does not have the radio, but the mounting holes are there for it.
Fronting the dash is a wood rimmed rally steering wheel. Above is a
black tight headliner looking over this super sexy shiny
Under the hood is a shiny rebuilt 350ci V8 with aluminum heads and
a Holley 780cfm 4-barrel carb atop to feed the mill its much needed
fossils and air. On the back is a rebuilt Muncie 4-speed manual
transmission and a 12 bolt rear axle. Our consigner states the
engine produces 450hp. Nice headers and chromed bowtie badge valve
covers are going along for the ride, as is a chromed air cleaner
Fully restored with some new suspension on the form of independent
coil spring suspension, and leaf springs with traction bars on
back. Power disc brakes show through nicely between the spokes of
the Ridlers, and a stainless steel Magnaflow exhaust takes the
handoff from the headers on the engine.
She fired right up with a super sound, and off at the test track
all performance was tip top. Great handling and traction from the
newly installed track bars. Note the heater is not hooked up.
A super body on this resto-mod, with some snazzy contrasting black
stripes and the low profile tires, rebuilt souped up engine and
transmission, and snazzy interior, Toto I don't think we are quite
in 1967 anymore. Super!
37-2 Door Coupe
L-Van Nuys, CA Assy Plant
127945-Sequential Unit Number
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special
interest automobile showroom, featuring over 600 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown,
Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia
on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is
www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914.
Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the
vehicle in person.