She is full of options! 78,974 mile survivor. Built in Southern
California, eventually ended up down south. Original metal,
exterior repainted only once.
EXTERIOR: It appears to have all of it's original metal. The body
is straight and the panels fit real nice. No spoilers or stripes
have been added, this is how it would have looked in 1967. The
exterior was repainted 1 time in it's original Grenada Gold color.
It is not a high end paint job but it shows real well and has a
glossy finish. The jambs are original paint, original weatherstrips
could use replacing. It has original glass including the
windshield. I believe the trim and chrome is original too. Overall
the bright work shows very well. Being a Rally Sport it has the
hidden headlights with electric motors, they work great. It also
includes wide rocker moldings, a cast gas cap and relocated reverse
lights. This one has optional bumper guards too. It does have 14
inch rally wheels with correct 67 center caps.
INTERIOR: There is a lot to offer inside this one. It has the
deluxe interior which includes upgraded upholstery and molded door
panels. It also has a tilt column, factory tachometer and gauges.
It has a console, a very rare Am-Fm radio, power windows and floor
mats. Overall it appears to be very good original. There are some
cracks on the dash pad. Just gentle age and wear throughout. The
clock has quartz movement, the radio, tachometer and interior
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: The motor compartment is very authentic and
proper. It has a correct 327-275 horsepower with the 4 barrel. The
carb, manifolds, valve covers are stock. There are some really
desirable features including power steering, power brakes and
factory air conditioning. The a/c system has been serviced and
updated to 134 freon. Squirters are hooked up, it has the correct
fan shroud, the battery is secured.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Very solid original metal, I don't see any
splices or patches in the floor or quarters. It's been spatter
painted, has a rally wheel spare and a complete jack assembly. The
bottom of the trunk lid and the jamb were repainted. The
weatherstrip was replaced.
UNDERSIDE: Bone dry original metal. I don't see any patched or
replaced metal. The inner 1/4s, rockers, floors and braces look
rock solid. It has never even been spray painted over, nothing to
hide here. It has a dual exhaust with transverse muffler. The
components look proper. It has disc brakes in front, rare in 1967.
E-brake assembly is hooked up. Looking up at the motor it is fresh
Chevy orange. Correct Powerglide automatic and 10 bolt rear.
This RS is truly loaded with rare and desirable features. Not too
many Camaros left in good original condition. Most have been
completely restored or altered.
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virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant
amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my
professional impression of the vehicle.
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Power disc brakes