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For Sale: 1967 Chevrolet Camaro in Morgantown, Pennsylvania

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1967 Chevrolet Camaro Pace Car Convertible

In 1967, Chevrolet added a new muscle car to its lineup, the Camaro. It was a top-of-the-line SS396 version of the new Camaro that was selected as the pace car for the '67 Indy 500. It was the first time that Chevrolet had paced the 500 since 1955, and only the third time ever. Chevrolet produced 81 Camaros for use as pace cars and festival cars, some powered by the 396ci, 375-hp L-78 big-block V8 and others with a 350ci, 295-hp L-48 small block engine. Although the actual pace car, driven by 3 time Indy winner Mauri Rose, was powered by an L-78 engine, additional enhancements produced more than the stock 375-hp. In addition to the 81 festival and pace cars, an additional 21 pace car edition Camaros were produced after the 500 for export to Canada. This production run included 10 L-48 cars and 11 powered by a 325-hp version of the 396ci big-block. In addition, dealers could also create their own "Pacesetter" Camaro.

Thanks to Matt Murphy with SLP engineering and his diligent research it is believed that approximately 350 pace cars, (this includes the track cars, festival cars, parade cars and Pacesetter cars), were produced. Regardless of what the "experts" say, one thing is very clear...1967 Camaro Pace Cars are rare! Gracing our Hallowed Halls and offered for consignment, a fully restored version of said pace car. With a 350ci V8, RS & SS packages, correct interior and exterior colors, correct trim tag markings, and with all its correct badging it's time to say those immortal words...Ladies and Gentlemen, Start Your Engines!

Repainted in the original Ermine White and looking just fine, this Camaro is also sporting a white canvas top and is in good condition with no tears and a plastic fog free rear window. This is a power top but does need the hydraulic system bled to work properly. The RS option hidden headlights are on just behind the eggcrate grille matching sliding doors. Speaking of the grille, it's flawless with the correct SS badge front and center and just below is a thin shiny chrome bumper. Leading back to the hood is a painted bright blue wrap around nose stripe and twin louvers in the hood lead back to the chrome trimmed raked back windshield. A glance down the side reveals well minded gaps and no signs of rust or corrosion. Twin painted bright blue pinstripes run stem to stern and in case anyone missed it, Official Pace Car decals are big and bold on both doors. 14" Chevrolet rally wheels are framed by D70-14 red stripe tires and look just fab. The SS350 gas cap is planted firmly in the center of the rear panel and just below is another thin chrome bumper. Finishing out the tail end are the correct RS style taillights and reverse lights in the lower valance.

Inside, Bright Blue vinyl with some stitching, thin chrome accenting and carpeting make up the door panels. Blue vinyl low back bomber style bucket seats with a nice central tuck and roll pattern, white delineation and smooth bolsters grace the in interior and appear as new. Also, a matching motif bench seat in the rear makes up the seating arrangement. A blue and black center console shows an all chrome shift handle that is designed right out of the 60's and sets off the black nicely. This console races between the buckets before ending just under the dash at a trio of aftermarket gauges. Airflow and temperature for the interior are controlled by horizontal levers in the middle of the dash and the original AM radio is also seen. Deep round angled analog gauges create the gauge cluster with the factory 5,500 rpm tachometer are in front of the original 3 spoke SS steering wheel. Blue medium pile carpet covers the floors and shows only minor wear but otherwise presents splendidly.

A date code correct and numbers matching 350ci L48 290hp V8 sits in the well restored engine bay. This mill presents in orange/red and looks as good as the day it was built with its chrome valve covers, air cleaner lid, and correct hoses. A C7 C DZ tagged Rochester Quadrajet 4bbl carburetor feeds air and fossils to the mill and bolted to the back is the correct Muncie M20 4-speed manual transmission. Way in the back is the correct and original PI 320G2 stamped rear axle which denotes a 12-bolt with 3.55 gears and Positraction.

Flawless, stunning, stupendous, awe inspiring, are all words to describe this underside, it's just that good folks. Miles of black steel with only a hint of surface rust is seen for the unibody and flooring and suspension components. Meanwhile, independent coil spring front suspension is on and for the rear we see leaf springs with the correct and proper single traction bar on the passengers side. Power front disc brakes, rear power drums along with dual exhaust are on.

I get to drive almost all the cars that come through the door here, well at least the ones my cohort doesn't relegate me to the passenger seat for, but this one was all mine. As I slipped into the Bright Blue vinyl I was taken back to The Brickyard and harkened myself to AJ Foyt with his race winning performance. My daydream was cut short by my partner in crime belting out his best Jim Nabors "Back Home Again in Indiana" so off to the test track we went with my earplugs ready for verse 2. The car performed very well with limitless acceleration, bias free braking and adept handling. It's no wonder the car was chosen to pace the greatest spectacle in racing. All functions were operational during our drive save for the aforementioned top needing to be bled and topped off with fluid.

A generation 1 first year pony car, completely restored, with not only the highly desirable RS/SS package but also a pace car replica. All surfaces are very well done, and the undercarriage and engine bay are better than new. Noteworthy is that the original drivetrain is intact and numbers matching engine still resides between the fenders. A check of the trim tag confirms this is indeed a true Pacesetter replica and it's the first time one such Camaro can be seen right here at Classic Auto Mall. So, hurry up and bring home this Indy Camaro, and don't forget your bottle of milk to celebrate!

24-Camaro V8
L-Van Nuys, CA Assy Plant
155627-Sequential Unit Number

04D-4th Week April Build
ST 67 12667-1967 Camaro Custom Interior Convertible
BDY LOS1941-Van Nuys Body #
TR 732Z-Bright Blue Vinyl Custom Buckets
PNT C1-Ermine White, White Top
E-Tinted Glass, All
D-Power Top
2L-4 Speed
G-Center Console
3S-Z23 Interior Decor Group
L-Z22 RS Group
5Y-Deluxe Seat Belts
L181A-Special Fleet Number

Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 650 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 and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person

Vehicle Details

  • 1967 Chevrolet Camaro
  • Listing ID: CC-1578746
  • Price: $144,000
  • Location:Morgantown, Pennsylvania
  • Year:1967
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:Camaro
  • Exterior Color:Ermine White
  • Interior Color:Bright Blue
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:96949
  • Stock Number:3767
  • VIN:124677L155627
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