This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS is an original V8 California car. This car underwent a full frame-off, rotisserie restoration - every single body panel was removed, all parts were disassembled, the undercoating was stripped, and the entire body underwent a media blast (sand-blast) treatment to remove any remnants of old paint, primer, or rust. This restoration was a true full ground up rebuild restoration. Following the restoration, the engine has approximately 100 break-in miles just to test, refine, and make sure everything works properly. This car was built to look "old school" but drive like a brand new sports car. Altogether, it would cost a minimum of $70k to complete a similar build. The car has the perfect combination - the right stance, an estimated 500 horsepower motor with custom fabricated exhaust, a comfortable custom interior, and the right suspension and wheel/tire package for tight handling. It was a "no expense spared" build done by the best specialty shops available. The car gets tons of compliments on the quality and detail of the bodywork / metalwork and paint. No expense or time was spared to make it as slick as glass and arrow straight. It is painted with a custom black base coat, clear coat and looks beautiful from the amount of time spent wet sanding and buffing. The door gaps, trunk gaps, and hood gaps are truly amazing. This car has been professionally built with the best performance parts available. I have seen a lot of these cars for sale that have average paint with custom wheels - don't mistake this build for the cheaper, thrown together builds that are all over for sale. Engine, Radiator, Transmission, Fuel and Exhaust Chevrolet 383 Stroker: estimated 500 HP Tremec GM TKO-600 5 Speed (Manual) Transmission Hurst Shifter Be-Cool Radiator Stainless Steel Gas Tank High Energy Die Cast Aluminum Roller Rocker Arms New Custom Fuel Lines Front to Back New Air Filter Battery Relocation Kit to Trunk Optima Red Top Battery Custom Fabricated 2.5" Mandrel Exhaust with Flowmaster 3 Chamber Mufflers Suspension, Steering and Brakes TCI Front Clip Suspension - Fully Adjustable Coil Over Shocks TCI Four Link Rear Suspension with Coil Overs Custom Mini-tubs to Fit 10" Wide Tires Ididit Steering Column Wilwood 4 Wheel Disk Brakes (slotted and cross drilled rotors with 6-inch (front) and 4-inch (back) piston calipers) New Brake Lines Power Steering Body Rotisserie Restored Stripped to Bare Metal Firewall Shaved and Smoothed Cowl Hood Painted Custom Black Powder Coated Trim and Steering Wheel Column I cannot express enough the quality of the work done on the body and paint. This is not a simple $10k job. All metal was bodyworked, painted, cleared, wet sanded, and buffed New Front and Rear Bumper and Mounting Hardware New Grille New Rubber and Seals New Window Glass Trim New Window Felts New Windshield Wiper Motor Interior Brand New Vintage A/C Custom Auto Meter Gauges Crow 4 Point Seat Belt Harnesses 10 Point Roll Cage Bomz Racing Seats (Black on Black) Custom Headliner Grant Formula GT Steering Wheel (Black) Wheels and Tires Cragar S/S Wheels Nitto NT555 "EXTREME ZR" Tires Rear: 295/45/18 Front: 245/40/18 Priced to sell. This car was built with no expenses spared, with receipts to show. We welcome serious buyers only - please contact me if there are any questions. If you start adding up the cost of the new parts, you will realize that you cannot build this car for the asking price. If you would like to make a sales visit or arrange an inspection, we would be happy to schedule a personal appointment with either yourself or your representative. To do so, contact us at (805) 496-3370. Allen Motors has been in business for over 23 years and we pride ourselves in customer service. We are an elite member of the Better Business Bureau. We offer wholesale pricing and excellent finance and lease rates for all levels of credit scores. We offer exte 5-Speed Manual Transmission, Air Conditioning, Alloy Wheels, Dome Lamp, Fire Extinguisher, Floormats, Leather Seats
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