Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is excited to offer this 1967
Chevrolet Camaro Convertible. This is one impressive example of the
early pony cars that absolutely took America by storm. Recently
refinished in Sherwin Williams Medium Metallic Red Garnet with
Charcoal Grey Metallic SS stripes really highlights this cars
already incredible lines and with a classic black interior and
black convertible top make this a real boulevard cruiser. And the 2
inch high aftermarket cowl style hood adds to the aggressive stance
we all enjoy. The freshly rebuilt 355 cubic inch Chevrolet motor is
bolted to a turbo 350 3 speed transmission also recently rebuilt
with a 2800 rpm stall speed torque converter. The rear is an 8.5
inch 10 bolt posi-traction with 3:73 gears. The motor features the
Edelbrock RPM package which upgrades the heads , intake manifold,
cam, carburetor, also has a MSD ignition and aftermarket headers,
and an aluminum radiator with an electric fan. The car also
features 4 wheel disc brakes and American Racing wheels with fresh
BF Goodrich tires all around. Please reach out to one of our
friendly sales associates to help put this Camaro in your garage by
calling 623-900-4884 or if you prefer Email us via
[email protected] to view entire presentation of
this fine car just cut and paste this link
1967 Chevrolet Camaro
Exterior Color:Mettalic Garnet Red
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