1967 Chevrolet Camaro (#721) Fresh Built LS7 by Sampson Racing
Engines- Recently tuned on Dyno- 517 RWHP Rebuilt 700R4 Tranny
Ported and Slotted Disc Brakes QA1 Shocks New Front and Rear Sway
Bars New Tubular Control Arms New Aluminum Radiator New LED
Taillights New Gauges New Fuel Pump, Fuel Tank and Sending Units
New American Racing Rims and Toyo Tires Sampson Racing LS7- Mahle
Forged Pistons 11.2:1 Compression Clevite coated bearings ARP Head
bolts Ported LS7 Heads (milled 0.010") New Ferrea Guides and
Exhaust Valves Titanium Intake Valves Brian Tooley Racing Stage 4
LS7 Cam 3/8 Pushrods .660" titanium spring kit LS7 intake manifold
GM LS7 Head Gaskets New LS7 Lifters Motor has been converted to
Wetsump and has an LS3 style oil pan Injector Dynamic 1050cc
injectors Holley Fuel Rails ATI Balancer Katech Valve Covers with
coil mounts MSD plug wires Locking Dipstick Fore Fuel psi Regulator
with lines to Fuel Rail Brand New Starter Wiring Specialties engine
harness and TBSS ECU 4" Aluminum Intake with LS7 MAF Very fun and
fast car to drive. Motor performs well and sounds amazing with a
deep lope! With the race cam it does like to be warmed up before
taking off. Interior pretty clean. Seats are Newly Reupholstered.
New CD Player. Photos per request-Serious buyers only
Financing/driveway delivery available
1967 Chevrolet Camaro
Exterior Color:Oxford White
Interested in something else? Search these similar vehicles...
ClassicCars.com has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States, successfully making the Inc. 5000 list in both 2015,
2016, 2017 and 2018. This prestigious accolade represents the continued growth of the company, and ClassicCars.com's dominance as the world's largest online marketplace for
buying and selling classic and collector vehicles.
The Stevie Awards, the world's premier business awards recognized
ClassicCars.com's first-class Customer Support team with a Stevie Bronze Award in 2019, celebrating the team's skills as exemplary customer support specialists.
In 2016 The Journal, brought to you by ClassicCars.com, was celebrated as the SECOND MOST INFLUENTIAL automotive blog in the world by NFC Performance.