A triple-black 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS with a performance-built small block and a four-speed stick - oh yeah, it's that good... and it only gets better as you read on.
This coupe is pure midnight. The iconic lines of the first-year Camaro are rendered with a high gloss and shine thanks to modern respray of the desirably dark color. But this coupe also has a flair for the premium with the mirror like chrome bumpers, straight rocker trim, and a newer black vinyl roof. Of course, it also doesn't hurt that it's a genuine Rally Sport package car, so the hideaway headlights give this the appearance like its out to consume lesser cars on the road. Plus, the performance image goes even further with more great iconic touches of the first generation Camaros, including the power bulge cowl hood, front air dam, D80 spoiler, and an SS badge on every side. But this midnight-slick Camaro isn't just about carrying all the best first-gen features. The 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust alloys fill the wheel wells nicely and give this coupe an awesome stance.
Open the door to a crisp and dark interior. This completes the ultra-desirable triple black setup (paint, roof, and interior) to make sure that everyone notices you on arrival. But more than just popular, these Deluxe pattern seats have the look and comfort of a recent investment. The center console, dash, headliner, and carpeting have a fresh and correct OEM appearance. But this dark interior is also a clear indication that this Camaro is all about getting down to business. That's why the shiniest elements are also the most performance-oriented. This includes the three-spoke RS steering wheel, surrounds for the auxiliary gauges on the console, and the entire gearshift. So you know you'll love hopping in, tuning the key, hearing the dual exhaust growl, and watching the tach do its dance.
We all love popping the hood and seeing a tidy presentation that gives a clear view at the small block power. And as you dig deeper into this 350 cubic-inch V8, you'll see performance upgrades that include an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, MSD street fire wiring, and long-tube headers. The Flowmaster dual exhaust makes sure that everyone knows you have something special under the hood. You have complete control over the sound and fury of this enhanced V8 thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. But more than just a big power package, this Camaro has been given the right suspension upgrades such as OES performance shocks and springs up front and a mono leaf rear. Add in power steering, front disc brakes, and the modern grip of BF Goodrich gForce tires, and this is one impressive total package.
Here's a triple-black, first-year Camaro with all the right equipment to back up its mean attitude. Classics don't come much cooler than this, so you might want to hurry if you want to take home the ultimate American dream. Call today!!!