This 1967 Camaro RS comes with a 327 CI engine with roller rockers and a very nice cam mated to a 4 speed Muncie transmission. She has the original 10 bolt posi rear end with 3:55 gears. (comes with a set of 4:11 gears if you want that type of thing) The car has a solid frame, floors and trunk with NO RUST, all the sheet metal looks great. The paint is very presentable for a not new paint job and there are a couple of chips here and there but still looks good. Comes with can of same color touch up paint. The hide away headlights work great as do the gauges. Good chrome, great headliner. see the video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUinH6PkCrk ABclassics.com 855-483-8025 toll free
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