This 1967 Camaro SS 396 Resto-Mod was the beneficiary of a
professional restoration and custom build upgraded with modern
technology throughout and has less than 100 miles since complete.
Power comes from a brand-new Chevy Performance 6.2-liter LS3 V8
crate engine mated to a TREMEC 5-speed manual transmission sending
490hp to the rear wheels (dyno report included). The engine is
fitted with a Vintage Air chrome front pulley and accessory kit and
is cooled with a Be Cool aluminum radiator with dual electric fans.
The engine breathes through ceramic-coated headers connected to a
dual 2.5-inch Flowmaster exhaust system. This Camaro's upgraded
suspension is RideTech's StreetGRIP system, which includes
composite leaf springs, dual-rate coil springs, adjustable HQ
Series monotube shock absorbers, heavy-duty front sway bar, Delrin
control arm bushings, tall upper ball joints, lower ball joints and
Delrin leaf spring bushings. Other upgrades include a Holley
in-tank fuel pump and tank, as well as power steering. Stopping is
provided by a power-assisted TRSD Signature master cylinder
connected to a set of TRSD Signature drilled and slotted disc
brakes front and rear. There is a new climate-control system from
Vintage Air. The Camaro sits on a set of Ridler wheels, 17 inches
up front and 18 inches out back, wrapped in Nitto performance
1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS
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