This here is an absolutely stunning 1967 Chevrolet Camaro
Convertible. The uncommon red on red interior is a very rare
option, and something that's pulled off incredibly well in this '67
example. This specific cherry Camaro is powered by a 350 C.I. V8
matched with a 4-barrel carburetor. That power is connected to the
rear wheels by a two-speed "Powerglide" automatic transmission.
According to the previous owner of this fabulous car, the
drivetrain was completely rebuilt along with the rest of the car.
The undercarriage and engine bay on this Camaro are absolutely
gorgeous and both are restored to a very high standard/ Even from
the factory, this cherry Camaro came as a "Bolero Red" on red car
and that combination is exactly how it was restored. The fabulous
red paint is laid out over a perfectly-straight body and the paint
has been buffed to a brilliant shine. The white top is also in
fantastic shape and compliments the additional white trim, such as
the raised white letter tires. This cherry '67 comes equipped with
a cowl hood, a dual exhaust system, a full center console, a power
convertible top, and a pushbutton AM radio. The car rides on a
great set of rally wheels with BF Goodrich RWL raised letter tires.
This Camaro is incredibly clean and incredibly fun. It is sitting
on our lot, ready to get back on the road again!
1967 Chevrolet Camaro
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