This 1967 Camaro has been fully modernized to the maximum with the best component parts available on the market resulting in a rolling masterpiece that is capable of unparalleled performance. The deep, glossy black body is laser straight and features custom racing stripes as well as modern side view mirrors. Under the hood is a gorilla of an engine - the venerable 427 cubic inch LS7 fuel injected V8 producing an eye-popping 505 horsepower shifted by a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission and fed by a Stainless Steel fuel tank. Top-quality accessories like long tube headers, Magnaflow exhaust with electric cut outs, Be Cool Aluminum Radiator and Flaming River steering column compliment the power plant. The chassis is built to perform with the best-of-the-best, including a full Detroit Speed and Engineering suspension system, Moser rear axle, sub frame connectors and complete Baer braking package. All this awesomeness rolls on a set of custom Forgeline aluminum wheels mounted on Michelin performance redline tires. Inside the Camaro the customization continues with the Paul Atkins leather interior, full race-spec Tiger stainless steel roll cage system, Auto Meter gauges, electric bucket seats, power windows, power trunk, Sony stereo system and a host of other top-quality accessories. With several thousand hours of construction this Camaro raises the bar on modern muscle.....and leaps over it. Don't miss your chance to own one of the most technologically advanced 1967 Camaros on the planet!! Stock Number: HC2192 VIN: 123377N189929 Miles: 832 miles showing on the odometer (this vehicle will be sold as mileage EXEMPT) Engine: 427 CID LS7 GM Crate Engine with 505 Horsepower Transmission: 5-Speed Manual Equipment: Fuel Injected, Detroit Speed Front & Quadra Link Rear Suspension, Tiger Cage Stainless Steel Roll Cage System, Race Prepared 5-Speed Transmission, Stainless Steel Fuel Tank, Greg Moser Engineering, Inc. Posi-Traction 3.73 Ratio Rear, Custom Leather Interior by Paul Atkins, Auto Meter Gauges, Flaming River Steering Column, Sony Stereo System, Be Cool Radiator, Vintage Air Conditioning, Serpentine Pulleys, Forgeline Wheels, Michelin Redline Tires, Baer 4-Wheel Disc Brakes, Racing Seatbelts, Power Bucket Seats, Windows & Trunk Lid, Third Brake Light, Sub-Frame Connectors, Billet Aluminum Hood Hinges Items Included with the Car: Keys, Stereo Remote, Alarm Remote, Dyno Sheet Awards: Winner of Multiple Awards 2009-2012, Out of 7000+ Cars - Winner 2009 Good Guys Builders Choice, Ohio, Good Guys 2009 Billet Specialties Mighty Muscle Award, Charlotte, 2012 1st Place - FSC Car Magazine LSX Challenge Condition Code: (2) * (see condition code chart for explanation of category codes 1-5) Warranty: This vehicle is being sold AS-IS To learn more about condition codes, the term numbers matching, conditions of sale, and Hendrick Performance, please see the bottom of this page for details and clarification. - Contact Sales Team at 704-453-2140 or email@example.com for more information. -
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