A true Pro-Touring Camaro, this 1967 custom convertible underwent a
complete nut-and-bolt frame-off restoration and has too many
upgrades to list. It was professionally restored and updated with a
new LS2 6.2-liter Chevy crate V8 engine upgraded with an Edelbrock
Victor Jr. EFI LS intake plumbed with fuel rails and feeding eight
60 lb/hr fuel injectors, all topped off with a 1,000-cfm Edelbrock
competition 4-barrel throttle-body. Power is transferred to a new
4L60E automatic transmission spinning a new steel driveshaft and
posi-traction rear end. Under-hood upgrades include custom-built
headers, serpentine drive system, K&N carbon-fiber air cleaner
lid, carbon-fiber valve covers, DSE wiper motor, battery hold-down
and hood hinges. Carbon-fiber appointments also include the hood
and front spoiler, and a custom two-tone carbon-fiber leather
interior with carbon-fiber inserts throughout. Inside is home to a
custom dash fitted with Dakota Digital gauges, an Alpine head unit
with Focal premium sound system and Vintage Air climate control. A
Lee Manufacturing power steering reservoir assists the custom
steering column and custom carbon-fiber-wrapped billet steering
wheel. Driving is enhanced by way of subframe connectors, tubular
A-arms, oversized Wilwood power disc brake system with red calipers
in all four corners and Forgeline wheels. Exterior aesthetics also
include custom carbon-fiber-themed paint with SS stripes and HID
xenon headlamps. The door handles have been shaved, and the car
includes push-button power-opening doors and power windows.
Additional upgrades include an Optima battery, Lokar gas pedal and
throttle cable, and a Rick's stainless-steel fuel cell. Less than
5,000 miles since restoration.
1967 Chevrolet Camaro
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