1967 Camaro Z/28 Numbers Matching, Rotesserie Restored and fully documented. Finished in Ermine White accented by a clean black interior. Powered by the original numbers matching 302CI 290hp V8 engine mated to the original 4 speed manual transmission. If you are a collector this is the car to have. It is 1 of 602 67 Z/28s produced with just 279 listed on the registry today. A top of the line Jerry Macneish and Ken Lucas restoration with just 55 miles since.As per Jerry MacNeish, Certified Appraiser, Certified Diamond Judge, American Camaro Association Technical Advisor, International Camaro Club founder - "Absolutely one of the nicest 1967 Z28s in the country..... Estimated value $175,000 to $195,000." This car has won three top Legend Awards. Best of all it is fully documented including ownership documentation and restoration documentation which is available upon request. All of the Restoration photos are viewable at https://plus.google.com/photos/107644629042187560326/albums/5254630737476855265?banner=pwa . This is simply a flawless and stunning car. Do not let this get away because this is as close to perfect as you will ever see. As always Independent Inspections can be arranged.Please call Velvet Hammer Motorcars at (941) 460-3168 and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have as well as shoot additional photos or videos upon request. All information provided is to the best of our knowledge and we are not responsible for typographical errors.
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