Frame off restoration just completed on one of the best driving Camaro’s I have ever been in. The350 Roller engine built by Al Moody Racing, which has also been balanced and blue printed, Serpentine Belt System with all new add ons, including a new Front Runner system, new Holly Carburetor, Vintage Heat and Air that will get your attention, Be Cool Coolant System, Hotchkiss Springs, Tubular CCP Control Arms, New gas tank, Wildwood 4 wheel power Disk Brakes, New Glass, new weather stripping, Gearstar 200R4 Overdrive Transmission, Eaton 3:37 Posi traction 12 bolt Rear End, New Flow-master Exhaust System, All new wiring, Brand New complete interior, new body bushings along with new Edelbrock Shocks. The paint job is beautiful with painted on stripes, all gauges are factory and they work perfectly, custom sound system that is matching a car of this quality, hideaway headlights that actually work the way they are supposed to, New Foose Wheels and tires along with all new hoses and lines. This is a great Show Driver that you can get in and start to have fun with it from day one. As you can see, this has been a no expense sparred restoration on a solid car. The pictures do not do it justice. This car must be seen in person to appreciate all that has been done, $49,500 or best reasonable offer. Call Richard at 404-983-5500 for details.
CAMARO 1967 'RS' CONVERTIBLE, that is the first year of this important American Icon that is still an exciting and beautiful design today, this has been restored as an 'RS' that is just as the factory Data Tag…a factory Tuxedo Black convertible restored with the striking Z28 light Gray painted striping all the way down on the Black exterior with the steel cowl induction hood and the rear spoiler…this is a really wonderful and a terrific looking presentation with the excellent chrome bumpers, bumper guards and the lower stainless rockers that contrast the Tuxedo Black along with the factory Red bucket seated interior…this looks great with the black proper inserts and the 4 GM safety belts, the full length factory console and the great Rosewood steering wheel (plus the factory red wheel), added lower gauges, now powered by a fresh, nicely detailed GM 350cid-4v crate engine with very strong compression, Edelbrock 4v intake, Edelbrock 600 cfm carburetor, ball milled aluminum valve covers, ceramic header system to the dual exhausts, GM power steering with fresh belts, has the fresh power disc brakes are now just updated with photos of work, excellent suspension, this does have a really great look along with the following below report is what is here today, the black paint that is so very nice for driven show looks with great luster, this car has had a nice restoration initially with fresh springs and shocks, has the nice solid lower chassis with sub-frame connectors, has the 15x8 polished Rally wheels with trim rings and brand new Goodrich radial tires just installed with fresh front end alignment…the all working lights just checked along with the recent restoration, now the check of and the rebuild of the RS headlights just now restored, the doors work as they should, this has just had the really great luster but not brand new paint that has really striking colors that are top notch as this presents so well, now is prepared as a top driven show car just through a re-fresh at the Fraser Dante restoration shop with photos of work and just now stands ready to enjoy for Spring 2019, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is one of those cool cars that takes all thats great about the Camaro and adds a few custom touches. With a great-running 350 under the hood that churns a 5-speed manual transmission, this bright blue Camaro is the one we all wished for when we were kids. Finished in a color thats pretty close to Marina Blue with a pair of white stripes, it perfectly captures the blend of elegance and performance that identified the Camaro from the very start. Adding a chin spoiler and a factory-style ducktail spoiler emphasizes the Camaros aggressive look, and it was finished to a good standard several years ago. The paint is two-stage urethane that shows a depth and shine suggesting many hours were spent prepping and sanding the surface, and an equal amount of time was invested buffing the paint once it had been applied. It shows some signs of use today, of course, but you cant beat the look of this car when everyone elses is red or orange. A cowl-induction hood is always a great choice and it carries an SS gas cap, a good indicator that theres something potent under the hood, and the trim appears to be in good original condition. Looking at this one in person, its hard to beat a first-generation F-body for the perfect blend of aggression and style. The black interior boasts a set of reproduction seat covers front and back, as well as replacement door panels and correct carpets on the floor. Everything was optional on the early Camaros, so there arent a lot of options, but it does have a manual shifter with a Hurst cue ball shifter and anything that wasnt included has been added along the way. Youll find auxiliary gauges under the dash, a late-model steering wheel with a fat, grippy rim, and a decent-sounding digital AM/FM/iPod stereo head unit in the dash. The seats could use some extra foam inside to fluff them up a bit, but there really isnt much else to complain about here. Factory gauges have bright markings and the lenses are clear, shaking off the idea that this car is more than 50 years old. Open the trunk and youll find a clean floor and no signs of trouble, so no worries about taking this one home. The badges on the fenders say 327, but this is actually a 350 cubic inch crate motor living under the hood today. With a nice combination of upgrades, including an Edelbrock intake manifold, Demon carburetor, and a Mallory Unilite ignition system, its a fantastic runner with lots of power. The engine bay shows well with chrome valve covers and a matching air cleaner, Chevy Orange paint on the block, and bright blue plug wires that match the bodywork. A new water pump and aluminum radiator keep it cool without a fuss. Long-tube headers feed a dual exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers, and believe me, this sucker snarls. And as long as youre under there, have a look at the Tremec 5-speed manual transmission, the 10-bolt rear end, tubular front suspension with QA1 coil-over shocks, and 4-wheel disc brakes, all of which make this car feel far younger than it is. Keeping the car planted are those gorgeous 17-inch wheels, which wear 225/45/17 front and 245/45/17 rear performance radials. This cool Camaro hardtop is one of those once-in-a-lifetime cars: a nicely built, tastefully modified early Camaro with all the right gear, ready to rock or the foundation for something amazing. What else do you need? Call today!
Reasonably priced early Camaros are getting harder and harder to find all the time. Fortunately, weve discovered this very nicely done 1967 Chevrolet Camaro hardtop with recent paint, a great-running small block, and a nicely finished interior, all for a very reasonable price. This is a car thats welcome and admired at any local cruise night or car show, and that you can drive with confidence whenever the sun is out. Originally Butternut Yellow, this Camaro received a brightness increase and is now wearing a vivid bright yellow paint job, a finish that might be a relative of Daytona Yellow. With good panel work and careful assembly, the car shows very well, and the high-visibility finish gives it a performance look that enhances the Camaros shape. We really like the high performance look, which includes a cowl induction hood and front spoiler, so it has an aggressive attitude, and its hard to resist a Camaro with a ducktail spoiler on the tail. The paint is recent and has a great shine, and as is typical with modern urethanes, a professional cut and buff would make it really shine well. We also like that they didnt bother making it up into a fake SS beyond the Z/28-style stripes, so the blacked-out grille has a sinister look and the clean, simple rear end is at odds with the in-your-face paint. Clean and simple, with plenty of attitude. You cant go wrong with basic black inside a Camaro, and its done very accurately without major upgrades. Almost everything has been freshened, from the reproduction seat covers to the new carpets on the floors to the crisply rendered door panels. The gauges cover only the basics but they appear to be in original condition under a newer dash pad, and the usual trio of auxiliary dials has been added under the center stack. A console is a welcome addition and houses the shifter for the 4-speed manual transmission, and youll note that this car has factory power windows, a nice bonus. An AM/FM/cassette stereo has been retrofitted in the stock location, and its a big improvement over the original 2 watt AM unit, although the engine is probably a lot more entertaining. The trunk is reasonably tidy and features clean floors that suggest this car has led an easy life in a warm climate. Under the hood youll find a strong-running 350 cubic inch V8 with a bit of polished aluminum and other dress-up parts. The powerplant includes a big Holley 4-barrel carburetor atop a Weiand aluminum intake manifold, topped by a chrome air cleaner and a factory HEI distributor lights the fires. Theres plenty of horsepower here and its fully sorted so it never gets cranky, and thanks to a big aluminum radiator with dual fans it never threatens to overheat, so go have some fun. Its backed by a Muncie 4-speed manual transmission driving a rugged 10-bolt rear that hangs on a set of stock leaf springs. Long-tube headers and a dual exhaust system provide a thrilling soundtrack and it rolls on 8-inch Rally wheels wearing 235/60/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials. With a growling V8 under the hood, this one runs extremely well, its got some nice options, and there isnt anyone who doesnt love the way an early Camaro looks. This is one of those cars that just couldnt be duplicated for the asking price. Call today!
There are so many early Camaros running around that it would be easy to think that most were high-end SS models. Well, thats not true and this honest 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is much closer to reality. With a great running 350, an interesting color combination, and honest good looks, its the kind of middle-of-the-road Camaro most guys ended up with yet theyre hardly ever seen today. That alone makes it special. The Granada Gold finish is too cool if you like your cars a little unusual. Despite the cars humble beginnings, the fact that it spend its life in in a warm climate and still wears all its original sheetmetal means that it was an ideal candidate for a makeover. They pulled the carpets and found virgin steel underneath, so they knew theyd found a special car. They removed all the trim, realigned all the panels to make everything as right as it could be, then gave it a full coat of Granada Gold urethane thats about a mile deep. The work was done back in 2008 or 2009, but its so clean today that it seems months old, not years. And aside from a few signs of use it remains in excellent condition with a very OEM look; thats a correct base Camaro grille, there are no stripes, and even the factory badges are stil in place. However, they did add a cowl-induction hood and a ducktail spoiler, but it looks so awesome, you cant argue with that particular choice. The matching gold interior is completely restored and it looks awesome. Again, you need to love the unusual color combinations but this car will definitely stand out in a field of garden-variety red and orange F-bodies. Sporting standard buckets, its remarkably well detailed with only light signs of use on the drivers seat, but no major splits or tears that would suggest it has been driven a lot. A center console is a desirable option and the headliner is in amazing condition. The factory gauges are a little cloudy, but they cover the basics and are joined by a set of white-faced oil pressure, voltage, and temperature gauges under the dash. It also includes an upgraded AM/FM/cassette radio, stock T-handle shifter, and three-spoke steering wheel, all of which are in excellent shape. The trunk is neatly trimmed with a reproduction mat and full-sized spare with a color-matched steel wheel (which is probably how it was delivered in 1967). The 350 cubic inch V8 under the hood is quite a bit more potent than the original 327. Outfitted with aluminum heads, an Edelbrock intake manifold, new Holley 4-barrel carburetor, and a decent cam inside, it loves to rev and sounds nasty. It also starts easily and runs great out on the road. With the automatic transmission, its plenty entertaining to drive and doesnt ever get cranky in traffic. Long-tube headers feed a Flowmaster dual exhaust system, and the TH350 3-speed automatic snaps off lightning-quick shifts that make it a blast to drive. Out back theres a burly 12-bolt rear end hanging on monoleaf springs and you can see how clean the floors are. Front disc brakes are a welcome feature and it sits on a set of Torque Thrust style wheels that look great against the gold paint and carry fat blackwall tires that are all business. This Camaro proves that theres joy in being different, even if it is one of the most popular cars ever made. Enjoy the attention that comes with marching to a slightly different drummer. Call today!
Those with a limited budget should consider purchasing a project vehicle as an option to entering into classic car ownership.
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro represents everything thats good about Chevys version of the F-body. With a muscular 350, a 4-speed manual, and a no-nonsense look, its a blast to drive and represents a lot of fun for not a lot of money. The light blue on the car might be a little lighter than Marina Blue, but it still looks right on the Camaros distinctive bodywork. Fortunately, this one sticks to the original formula and serves up a unique and attractive alternative that doesnt need stripes or extra badges. In fact, this is pretty much what most Camaros looked like back in the late 60s, simple and smooth. The finish is a few years old and shows some signs of use, but you could probably buff it up a bit to bring out the shine and make it looks its best. Were always impressed by how good early Camaros look without a rear spoiler to interrupt the curve of the quarters and the 67s dont have any side marker lights to spoil the lines. The chrome bumpers look great, too, and many Camaro fans appreciate the early F-bodys simpler look and distinct lack of add-on trim, and this is a great example of why. It just looks right. This Camaro also offers a fairly stock interior that shows some wear and tear but nothing major or expensive. The seats, carpets, and door panels are reproduction items that were installed years ago, so theyre not crisp, but theyre ready to use. Youll note this car came with optional head rests, and it might be worthwhile to find a set and put them back in place. Theres no center console, and we like the industrial-strength look, especially with a Hurst shifter sticking out of the flor. Original gauges dont offer much more than speed and fuel level, so a set of auxiliary gauges has been neatly installed under the center stack. This car also sports an upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit in the original AM radios dash slot with speakers in the doors. And one peek in the trunk will convince you that this car has led an easy life, because its quite clean and includes an aftermarket mat. The engine is a 350 cubic inch Chevrolet crate motor rated at 300 horsepower. Thanks to center-bolt heads, an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and matching intake manifold, and HEI ignition system, it burbles at idle and has the most wonderful full-bore tenor youve heard. Its nicely dressed in basic black with enough chrome to make it worth your while to open the hood at shows. Theres also a big radiator with an electric fan, which gives you a shocking amount of clearance up front. Long-tube headers dump into a stock-sounding dual exhaust system with a nice bark at full throttle. The power steering system was recently rebuilt, including fresh lines and a new pump, so no worries when youre running hard. And nothing looks better on a vintage F-body than those vintage mag wheels with fresh white-letter radials. Early Camaros are always a great choice, and this one offers more than most at a price thats less than most. Call today!
Early Camaros will always be in demand. The trick is finding one thats both affordable and usable, a feat easier said than done. Fortunately, there are still cool cars like this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro coupe out there, a brilliant combination of style and performance at a decent price. We always like to see traditional colors, and while this one was originally code Y Butternut Yellow (always an acquired taste), its been repainted in something a bit closer to Marina Blue. Marina Blue looks great on early Camaros, especially with white stripes, and this F-body is a handsome, straight car with a super paint job that grabs your attention. It doesnt appear to have ever been rusty or damaged, and Id bet lunch that it still carries all its original sheetmetal, simply because of how well it all fits together. The paint job is in excellent order and is probably just about right if you want to drive it; cars nicer than this usually end up in a trailer and thats just no fun. Z/28 stripes and a cowl-induction hood were added during the refresh and you cant argue with the high-performance look. Out back theres a proper ducktail spoiler, and it has been subtly shaved of most of its emblems save for the Camaro badges on the front fenders. Its not like anyone wont know what it is, right? All the chrome and stainless is either excellent original or restored, giving the car a very honest overall look. Nothing works better than a black Strato interior in your early Camaro, and this one sports a pleasing combination of restored and stock components, with a few thoughtful upgrades as well. The front seats are new covers over the original frames, and it appears that the back seat was re-covered at the same time, so it all has a complete, all-of-a-piece look with proper white inserts. Nice door panels, fresh carpets, and a taut headliner also add to the fresh feeling inside, while a big Hurst shifter for the 4-speed manual underneath delivers shifts that feel like a bolt-action rifle. Its also worth noting that this is a factory A/C car, with the system backed by modern components so it blows ice cold today. The original gauges are augmented by a coolant temperature gauge under the dash and a modern digital AM/FM radio has been fitted in the original location. Pop the trunk and youll find some clean sheetmetal thats only a repro mat away from being ready to go. The engine bay holds a nicely detailed Z Z350 cubic inch crate motor with proper Chevy Orange paint, a billet air cleaner, matching valve covers, and a few other dress-up items. For performance, a GM Bowtie intake manifold and 4-barrel Holley carburetor, aluminum heads, and a set of long-tube headers were installed, and the engine runs beautifully. The engine has about 12,000 miles on it, along with the transmission, so it remains fresh and ready to rock. Underneath theres a solid, clean chassis, a rebuilt Muncie 4-speed, a fresh gas tank, and a 10-bolt rear with 3.42 gears inside. That Flowmaster exhaust system sounds wicked and turns down just behind the rear wheels as original, so nobody will think twice. Shiny chrome Torque Thrust style wheels fit great and carry staggered 235/45/17 front and 255/45/17 rear performance radials that accentuate the stance perfectly. This is a sharp early Camaro with no needs, in a great color combination, and with a manual transmission. What could be better? Call today.
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS resto-mod is one of those cars where you can see the money before you even get close. With a sparkling paint job, a gorgeous stock-style interior, and lots of muscle complements of an LS3 V8, this pro-built cruiser looks like every bit of the massive build cost was money well spent. You can always spot the great ones because they seem to glow compared to the cars around them. We cant say specifically what sets them apart, but cars like this that have been taken down to bare metal and rebuilt from there on up seem to just stand out, as if everything were just a little more exacting, the finish is just a little deeper, the chrome a little bit shinier. At any rate, the spectacular Nantucket Blue paint on this car is simply stunning; a beautiful silvery-blue that looks especially attractive when the light highlights the metallic in the finish. A simple production-style hood with inserts and no spoilers highlight the traditional Camaro look and they didnt seem to want to hide any of that gorgeous paint under stripes, and thats the right choice. They also kept the SS grille and added RS-style hidden headlights for a very sleek look. Factory-issue badges and emblems were installed as needed, and as far as we can tell, this is a real RS/SS car so the badges are earned the right way. The bumpers and much of the stainless trim was polished up so that stuff sparkles, including the Bowtie mirrors and the cool single-element taillights. The bucket seat interior looks pretty stock at first glance, offering black Strato buckets and factory door panels for a classic look that nobody will ever complain about. Black carpets and a matching dash pad tie highlight the monochromatic look, and theres a factory center console with a trick shifter for the Tremec 6-speed manual transmission. The original dials are still in place, joined by a set of auxiliary dials down on the console that look suitably vintage. Theres a modern air-conditioning system in place that uses the dashs original eyeball vents and controls, but the factory radio is gone, replaced by an AM/FM/CD head unit and speakers creatively stashed throughout the interior. Again, the interior is the kind of place that looks pretty stock at first glance, but somehow its a lot nicer than other Camaros like it, and its the detailing that makes this one shine. Even the trunk features its own custom carpet set for a tailored look. They didnt mess around when it came time for horsepower, either. Thats a 480 horsepower LS3 crate motor from GM Performance Parts. Tasteful use of body-colored paint and polished aluminum gives it some flash, but the overall vibe, like the rest of the car, is OEM with a show-quality twist. A big aluminum radiator, custom intake tube, those beautiful A/C lines, and long-tube headers all make it mechanically sound and a ton of fun to drive. Underneath, the custom TCI tubular subframe was powdercoated silver, along with the trick A-arm front suspension with rack-and-pinion steering. Out back, theres a matching TCI track arm suspension with coil-overs, and the 6-speed feeds a Mittler 9-inch rear end with a 3.89 Posi gearset inside, so its up for whatever fun you want to have. There are also 4-wheel disc brakes to keep everything under control. A custom 2.5 inch stainless exhaust with Borla mufflers give it that awesome sound you like and virtually everything under the car is brand new. See what I mean about a pretty big bill to build this car? Even the attractive Torque Thrust wheels are ideally suited to the car and wear 215/45/17 front and 255/45/17 rear tires that are just the right size. Theres a build book included, but you can tell from the pictures that this was a high-dollar build. Incredibly clean and slick, this Camaro stands out in a very crowded field. Call today!
Tribute cars always seem to mimic the big-dollar machines, but this bright red 1967 Camaro is a tribute to the stylish RS with a very reasonable price tag. With a great-running 454 inch big block, 4-speed, sinister black wheels, and the perfect muscle car stance, its an unusual tribute that runs like a Camaro should. The paint is bright red, the archetypal performance color that always looks fantastic, especially on an early Camaro with a black nose stripe. For fans of the simplicity of the early Camaros, few colors could be better, and its pretty close to the factorys Bolero Red. It seems to emphasize the sheetmetals curves; just look at the kick-up behind the doors and the sharp crease that runs the length of the body, neatly bisecting the doors and rear quarter. As an RS tribute, it has the traditional hidden headlights and simple single-element taillight lenses that are part of the package, as well as the requisite RS emblems on the nose. The black stripe around the nose looks great and has been painted on, so it has a slick look that works quite well and we love the way it highlights the Camaro script and the rs emblem on the side. Chrome is quite good throughout, including the front and rear bumpers, and someone has thoughtfully added a set of 396 badges on the fenders, perhaps as a warning although they do understate the situation a bit. Dont worry, well get to that part. Complementing the bright red paint, a set of black factory buckets greet you when you climb aboard. Black carpets and matching door panels complete the OEM look, and while it was done a few years ago, its holding up pretty well. This one also carries a few neat upgrades, including cold A/C, an aftermarket steering wheel, and a Hurst T-handle shifter. Auxiliary gauges under the dash keep an eye on the stout big block up front and match the all-new Dakota Digital instruments in the original gauge openings. Entertainment comes courtesy of a newer AM/FM/CD stereo head unit thats been neatly installed in the center stack and seems to blend in with its surroundings. The back seat looks almost new, which isnt usually a surprise in Camaros, and if you open the deck lid youll find a nice clean trunk with no nasty surprises. Power comes from a burly 454 cubic inch V8. Finished in Chevy Orange with a set of finned valve covers that are always right on a big block Chevy, it definitely has a performance look. A Weiand intake manifold with a Holley 4-barrel carb help build horsepower, and in the lightweight Camaro, the big hit of torque is a real thrill every single time. Theres also a big aluminum radiator up front, Mallory electronic ignition system, and a fresh chrome air cleaner. Its tidy but you could clean it up to really make this car pop. The aforementioned 4-speed manual transmission feeds a 10-bolt rear end and a set of long-tube headers feed a dual exhaust system that sounds downright nasty. Clean floors, drilled front disc brakes, traction bars, and the perfect stance all add up to a car thats going to get a lot of attention. 17-inch Billet Specialties wheels were powdercoated black for effect and wear 225/45/17 front and 245/45/17 rear performance radials. Nicely built, clean, and a lot of fun to drive, this is an awesome Camaro with great colors and just a bit of attitude. Call today!
Why should the 69 Pace cars be the only Camaros with an awesome White and Orange paint job? This 67 is done right and looks great. You might even think that the RS grill and hideaway headlights on the earlier model look better than the later model, or that a hardtop is preferable to a convertible. For any, or all, of those reasons, this car is worth taking a look at. The classic lines of the first-generation Camaros are well known. Muscular, curving fenders creating a coke bottle shape. In the case of an upgraded RS, a simple grill with hideaway headlights underlined by a thin chrome bumper keeps things looking super clean at the front. The white paint shines brightly and would be understated in the way it carries the lights of the boulevard with it as it moves down the street, however, with those awesome orange stripes running up the cowl induction hood, it definitely grabs your attention, blowing any attempt at understatement. An RS badge appears on the grill and an SS badge on the front fender along with Camaro in script and a racing flag emblem. Chrome rocker molding is a nice complement to the white as it visually connects the wheel wells that are trimmed in chrome. The back of the car has the trunk and spoiler painted in orange, and the white rear panel has an RS gas filler cap. The stripes dont continue over the roof on this car. Nope, on this car, they go through the interior! The front buckets are leather seats that have orange pleated center sections with white borders and the rear bench gets the same color scheme. It looks sweet! Especially against the black carpeting which is the perfect canvas to paint them onto. A black 3-spoke steering wheel has an RS badge in the center and has a black dash trimmed with chrome piping behind it. The speedo and tach are directly in front of the driver with white faced gauges for fuel, oil, water and voltage mounted at the front of the center console. Just above those gauges is a digital head unit with 6x9s mounted on the package tray for your listening pleasure. There is a Hurst T-handle shifter on a chrome stalk for the manual transmission in the console which is wood grained and trimmed in chrome piping. Pop the hood and you will find a tried and true Chevy 350 that provides the go power in this car. It is topped by an air filter that lets it have all the air that it wants. A Holley carb handles the mixing duties and an Edelbrock intake distributes it to the cylinders. M/T finned valve covers look great. An HEI distributor makes sure it gets good spark while long tube headers with a Flowmaster exhaust system get the spent gasses out and make the car sound good in the process. A 4-speed trans lets you pick your gear, and Power steering along with power front disc brakes make the car nice to drive as well as assuring that you can haul it back down from speed. The car has a bit of rake to the chassis giving it a bit or attitude and it sits on Rocket Racing chrome wheels with 22560R15 tires mounted all around. A great looking car with an awesome interior to match. Come on down and check this car out.
This car has all the ingredients to make for some good time summer fun! Its one of the most popular classics on the planet. Its Red. And its a convertible. It just needs a driver like you to turn the key and start stirring things up. Its not only the factory correct Red for this car, its Red with some attitude. The cowl induction hood looks like its flexing its muscles. Which is appropriate, because after all, this is a muscle car. Then there is that Black mustache stripe. Its like a bumble bee stripe that went its own way down the side of the car. Top down fun is obviously the goal, but hey, sometimes the roof has to go up. The nice thing here is that the convertible roof is black too, so it fits right into the look when you are tooling around top up. There is a nice blacked out grill and a deep chin spoiler with a thin chrome bumper shining brightly in between up front. Camaro in script over crossed racing flags appears on the front fenders and the wheel wells and rocker panel are trimmed out in chrome. The rear has a full width trunk spoiler with a couple chrome exhaust tips peeking out from under another nice shiny bumper. Open the door or just look inside if the top is down and you will find a nice fresh interior. The door panels are neat and clean looking with chrome trim along the top and bottom as well as on the armrest. The seats are freshly recovered and there is new carpeting as well. There is a three spoke steering wheel with an RS horn button framing the factory gauges that are set deep into their pods and trimmed in chrome too. The dash pad is spotless and the center console contains the ventilation controls along with a JVC head unit for your listening pleasure. There are auxiliary gauges mounted just below that to keep accurate tabs on water temp, oil pressure, and voltage. The center console continues on back trimmed in black and chrome with the shifter for the automatic transmission and some nice storage in it. Taking a peek under the hood you will find a nicely detailed out engine bay with a 350 cubic inch V8 sitting down inside it. It shines as brightly as the outside of the car too starting with a chrome air topper feeding an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and a highly polished Edelbrock intake. Chrome Edelbrock valve covers with a red, white and blue Camaro oil filler cap keep the show going and it all contrasts nicely with the orange ironwork of the engine. There are signs of good routine maintenance and some fresh new parts like the master cylinder and a radiator that has been upgraded to a Stant unit. The exhaust runs back through thrush style mufflers which give the car a nice sound, and power flows back through a 2-speed automatic transmission. The car sits on American Racing wheels with 255/45R18 tires mounted at the rear and 225/45R18s at the front. Come on down and check this car out. Then take it home and stir up some fun with it.
A rare find. A highly optioned first year RS, special ordered by a GM employee. Numbers matching, correct and original with a focus on keeping things stock and rebuilding the original pieces where possible during maintenance or repair. This is one for the purist collectors out there. It has also been cared for by the same owner for the past 26 years. Check it out. This car has good, solid, and original Y-2 Butternut Yellow paint. The original owner checked about every box on the form when they ordered this car too so, it has the appearance group which includes things like the bumper guards both front and rear, chrome wheel well moldings and rocker trim. All the chrome as well as the stainless on this car is in excellent condition and its all polished up nice and bright. Of course, being an RS, it has the hideaway headlights up front which work quite nicely. Everything on this car works properly, so thats not a real surprise. The bumblebee stripe has the RS designation within it and a 327 badge on the fenders is a giveaway about the precious prize under the hood. The RS badges on the grill and gas cap are the real deal and of course the box was checked for power operation on the Black convertible roof which also has a nice boot to dress it out while it is folded down. Open the door, or just look inside if the roof is down, and you will find a completely stock interior, again, with all the options that could be ordered in it. You will notice the switches for the rarely ordered power windows on the door panel, and the gauge package in the center console includes fuel, water temp, oil pressure and voltage monitors as well as a clock. A three-spoke deep dish steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column and sits in front of a stock tach and speedometer that is indicating 70,913 miles that are believed to be accurate and original. Ventilation controls include those for the factory A/C which blows nice and cold and the control knobs as well as the chrome trim and T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission have a patina on them that only comes with age. The seats and the carpets on the other hand have been replaced and help make this interior look fantastic. Open the hood and you will find a very desirable and numbers matching 327 cubic inch motor nestled down in a completely stock engine bay. The motor and drivetrain on this car have received some quality reconditioning with a commitment to maintaining originality and to rebuilding, rather than replacing parts where possible. The engine has had its seals and gaskets replaced along with a fresh coat of Chevy Orange paint with proper 327 Turbo-Fire decals on the valve covers. The original air conditioning compressor was rebuilt with new parts like the expansion valve as well as getting new hoses and receiver dryer. The 2-speed Powerglide transmission was rebuilt also getting a new flex-plate and torque converter in the process and the u-joints were replaced while the driveshaft was out too. Power front disc brakes are another nice option ordered on this 67 and they have been serviced up end to end. Steel wheels with chrome trim rings and center caps with 205/70R14s complete the look of this car nicely. It doesnt get much better than a 67 RS, numbers matching convertible with all the options the factory had to offer. If this is your kind of car, then call or come down and check it out. We dont expect this one to last long.
You can call this an RS/SS tribute if you like, but RS/SS/Xtreme tribute might be a better description. What really sets this car apart is a very special motor built by Tony Barker who spent much of his life as NASCARs head engine builder. You best make sure youre ready before you decide to cut this beast loose. Lets talk about the rest of the build first. The paint is Black Metallic, and it sure looks good. Long before the paint was applied, plenty of effort was put into making sure the panels were smooth and wrinkle free and that they lined up properly. The results are outstanding and are something best appreciated up close and in person. The RS front end is downright sinister looking with no badges in the grill, outlined by thin chrome piping, and underlined by a simple chrome bumper. There is a deep chin spoiler that reaches for the ground too with a pair of fog lights above it. Bold SS stripes run up the power bulge of the cowl induction hood, picking back up on the trunk and rear spoiler, while SS badges appear on the front fenders and the gas cap. Chrome trims out the wheel wells with chrome 20s tucked up inside them and a bold piece of stainless lines the rocker panels. Open the door and you will find a Black interior that is neat, clean and basically stock except for the addition of a couple auxiliary gauges to keep accurate track of the beast under the hood. The door panel has an embossed center section with splashes of chrome across the top and bottom of it as well as on the armrest and there is a Camaro badge in the center. The bucket seats have pleated center panels with smooth bolsters and there is a storage console between them. The steering wheel is a four-spoke Grant GT which you will want to have a good grip on when you drive this car. A stock dash houses the speedometer and basic gauges while VDO gauges are mounted under the ventilation controls and FM radio to keep accurate tabs on engine RPM, water temp, and oil pressure. A T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission is mounted in the center console and fresh black carpets and headliner tie the look together nicely. Pop the hood and you will find 468 cubic inches of rompin stompin torque and horsepower built by one of the most respected names in engine building. This engine isnt just about power though. The FITech fuel injection system works with the Edelbrock intake and aluminum BRODIX heads to provide good drivability on the street while an aluminum radiator with electric fans keeps everything running cool. Shorty headers wind their way out to a 3 exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers and the sounds it makes are awesome! Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels mounted on a fresh set of multi-leaf springs while control arms cradle a fresh set of springs up front too balancing out the chassis nicely. Front disc brakes assure that you can haul this car down from speed when you decide to let the horses run, and the rubber meets the road through 275/35R20s in the back and 245/45/R20s in the front mounted on chrome Torq Thrust wheels. An RS/SS/Xtreme tribute. Killer looks, awesome power. It just needs someone like you to take it out for some exercise every now and again. Come on down and check it out.
V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, disc brakes, performance upgrades, chrome accessories, headers, aluminum radiator, bucket seats, Hurst shifter, Autometer gauges, woodgrain steering wheel, power top, 12-bolt rear, subframe connectors, traction bars, cowl hood, staggered 17" aluminum Torque Thrust wheels.
Big Block V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, performance upgrades, chrome accessories, headers, Flowmasters, BeCool aluminum radiator, bucket seats, console with floor shifter, woodgrain steering wheel, Autometer tach and gauges, 12-bolt rear, subframe connectors, nice chrome bumpers and trim, cowl hood, spoiler, staggered 15" chrome Cragar SS wheels.
The 1967 Chevrolet Camaro was the birth of a legend. So its great to find a convertible example that has been given the right care and investments along the way to keep it looking quite original. So from the rare paint to the V8 power, youre going to enjoy this true icon. Its hard to resist a Camaro in its original shade of Madeira Maroon a single-year offering that was one of the rarest applied in 67. With nice gloss on this distinctive paint, it brings feelings of those days when you saw your first Camaro. This is the model that truly started the pony car wars. It ignited something in you, because the styling was more aggressive, but just as affordable as the Mustang. And this nostalgia is what makes this example so great. There havent been any big additions, so you see the purity in places like the 14-inch Rally wheels and the crisp crease in the middle of the hood If you like the way the white roof looks against the deep maroon paint, then with a flip of a switch, youll love to power down the top and reveal the full parchment interior. More than just look good against the exterior, the entire interior is a very well-coordinated package. You see it on the deluxe strato bucket seats that have black trim to create a nice flow to the carpet and dash. You can find that same appeal on the door panels, too. This is a highly original atmosphere where even original items like the AM radio and clock are still on display. The correct presentation also means great driver features like the grippy three-spoke steering wheel and deep individual pods for the gauges. Under the hood is Chevrolets trusty and powerful 327 cubic-inch V8. It has a tidy presentation that includes the correct Chevy orange paint on the block. This motor is even month-correct to the cars build date, so it makes us feel good about this droptops originality factor. Of course, the fact that this car has averaged around 1,800 miles annually also helps, too. And the way it fires up readily tells you this convertible has been well respected. Plus, features like the Powerglide transmission, power steering, and power brakes make this first-year Camaro a true anytime cruiser. Distinction, rarity, and a respected icon this Camaro convertible celebrates what makes the 67 a true legend. So if you are true classic fan, dont miss this deal. Call now!
Stk#101 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS Factory A/C Car Painted Red with Black Bumblebee stripes, steel cowl hood, wheel well moldings like new, Rocker panel moldings like new, front & rear bumpers are good, front & rear spoilers are good. Grill is good, and the antenna is like new. Dual Chevy Logo outside mirrors are like new. The drip rail moldings, door handles, window moldings, tinted glass, felt & rubber are all good. The emblems are like new. Rally Rims with Beauty rings and caps with Goodyear Wingfoot HP white letters that are like new. Drum brakes, 10 bolt rear end, newer gas tank, polished wiper arms. Good looker. All Black Vinyl interior, bucket seats are good, padded dash is like new, carpet is like new. The head liner and sun visors are like new. Package tray with dual speakers are good, factory console with Automatic, original A/C car, AM/FM/Cassette radio, 3-gauge set under dash SunPro Temp, Volts, Oil are all like new. Door panels and arm rest are good. Window crank and door handles are good. Seat belts, sill plates like new. Looks good inside. The engine is a 327 with stock exhaust manifolds. Stock intake, Edelbrock carb, chrome Edelbrock valve covers, chrome air cleaner, chrome alternator bracket, power steering, chrome master cylinder cap, newer wiper motor, newer fan shroud, chrome water neck, chrome oil filler neck and cap, factory A/C, newer dual Flowmaster exhaust with chrome tips. Chrome rear end cover. Drives and handles good.
Stk#113 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Since built car has less than 700 miles on it. Complete Rotisserie build, everything new. Fit and finish on car superb. Painted a 1967 color, Deepwater Blue this car is beautiful, slick and straight. Front and rear bumpers are new. The grill, turn signals, front & rear spoilers, emblems, Rocker panel moldings, antenna, dual outside mirrors with Chevy logo are all new. Drip railing moldings painted, all window trim polished and new. Wiper arms and blades are new. Vent window trim new, all the glass is new, all the rubber and felt new. The door handles, tail lights, bumper guards are all new. American Racing rims with Falken tires are new. A real beauty and a must see! Bucket seats are all new front & rear, padded dash is new, Autometer gauges Black Face mounted in carbon fiber cluster are new and beautiful. Dash knobs new, Stereo with USB port is new. Vintage A/C & Heat, control panel mounted above stereo looks factory. Vents mounted in dash. Flaming River tilt column with Billet handles, turn signal & tilt new, 3-point steering wheel with horn cap is new. Console with Automatic shifter looks new, emergency brake pad & release handle new. Completely rewired with American Autowire Harness. Gas pedal and brake pad are new, door sill plates are new, package tray with dual speakers are new, door panels are new, arm rest and bases are new, door handles, window cranks are new, head liner and sun visors are new. The kick panels, carpet, rubber floor mats are all new. Original seat belts front & rear, dash face and top painted satin black. Upper door edges painted Satin Black, sun visor supports are new and chrome. Inside Pillar post moldings are new and black. Looks new inside. Powered by a LS engine 5.3 mated to a 4L60E transmission, HPC headers, all aluminum A/C, PS, Alternator brackets are serpentine system. ICT color air intake with polished tube and K&N air cleaner, stainless fuel lines, stainless throttle cable aluminum radiator with twin electric fan with stainless throttle cable, aluminum radiator with twin electric fan with shroud aluminum, Vintage A/C & Heat, Lokar transmission dip stick black, hinges, hood lock, radiator supports all satin black. Firewall is slick and painted color of car. Fender wells paint is same as car, power brake booster satin black, dual exhaust with stainless tips, 4-wheel power disc brakes, upper and lower Tubular control arms, coil over on all 4 corners, 9 Ford rear end with 4 link built and installed by Sproker Racing.
Heres a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro thats a real-deal Rally Sport, has big block power, four-on-the-floor, a comfy A/C interior, and much more. So this is about the right time to realize your dream Camaro is staring you right in the face. This one makes a terrific first impression. After all, we all love the first-year Camaros, and this one has all the right pieces. The concealed headlights of the Rally Sport package give this an aggressive face. They resprayed the factory-correct Bolero Red for plenty of added luster. Plus, this paint highlights some great upgrades like the dual white stripes and cowl induction hood. And dont be surprised if plenty of people point out those factory wheel covers. Theyre the kind of base equipment that usually come on Yenkos COPO cars. But more than just an aggressive RS, this one has an overall feeling of quality that you see in the panel alignment and feel as the doors close with authority. Its because this coupe has been under the care of the same family most of its life. The factory-correct black interior looks like it has received the right preservation/restoration over the last half-century. In fact, youll see little signs that this has been a classic passed down through generations. For example, you still have the factory-style AM radio, and now its supplemented by an FM tuner that was likely added a decade or so later. More than just an interesting history, theres just something irresistible about a sports car with low back bucket seats and a center console. The three-spoke RS wheel w/power steering feels grippy in your left hand, and your right one may never want to leave the Hurst shifter. The upgraded gauges, including tach, tell you this is a drivers machine. Plus, the ice-cold R134a air conditioning upgrade means you can enjoy this Camaro any time of year. Under the hood is a muscle machine done right. The upgrade to a 396 cubic-inch big block fills the engine bay with serious V8 power. And the clean setup with tidy wires and polished components tell you this was a carefully installed upgrade. In fact, theres even an aluminum radiator to make sure this big block stays running cool. It inhales deeply with the four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as long tube headers add even more power on their way to the H-pipe dual exhaust. And you have complete control over this big V8 and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the Muncie M20 four-speed manual transmission. Theres a ton of documents that come with the sale, including the original warranty card, owners manual, service manuals, and maintenance records going back nearly two decades. This is the big block Camaro RS that has been treated like family, which makes for an ideal classic. Dont miss out, call today!
Cruisin Classics would like to introduce a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro, Big Block 454 ci, "SS 396 Tribute Car". 454 ci EngineTremec 5 SpeedVintage Air ConditioningPower SteeringPower Disc BrakeNew Gas Tank, New Sending Unit, New Front to Rear Fuel Line and Mechanic Fuel Pump. BODYThis is a beautifully restored, rust free 67 Camaro finished in Bright Red with Black SS hood stripe. It has a working cowl induction hood as well as front and rear spoilers. The chrome trim, bumpers, emblems and weather stripping were all replaced when the car was done. INTERIORThe Black standard bucket seat with center console interior has been completely restored with all new carpet, seat covers, door panels, headliner, sun visors and dash pad. It has a rosewood custom 3-spoke steering wheel, JVC Stereo CD Player and a set of aftermarket gauges mounted under the dash. The best part is a cold blowing Vintage Air system for those hot summer days. ENGINEThe power of this beast is in the form of a 454 cubic inch engine (casting # 361959, Build year 1976). Helping it out is HEI Electronic Ignition, Edelbrock aluminum intake and an Edelbrock 750 cfm carburetor. Also, under the hood you will also find New Ceramic Headers and 2.5-inch Flowmaster Exhaust. TRANSMISSION and MOREThe Tremec 5-speed transmission with overdrive is all set to do its job and do it well. The rear end is a 10 -bolt Chevrolet axle with 3:31 gears. It has all new suspension with 2-inch drop spindles up front and 2-inch lowering blocks in the rear. The brakes are Power front discs (drums rear) with all new lines, hoses and calipers. No disappointments with this one. If you are looking for a solid runner and fantastic eyeball then look no further. Give us a call today before somebody else does.If you have any additional questions, please call one of our friendly sales staff. We will be glad to help in any way including a walk-around for a more detailed description, any questions on financing, or perhaps an interest in ourSell Your Car Brokerage Program. In business since 1996, we have sold cars all over the world and we insist on giving the best personal service in the industry. The sale is subject to the following conditions and representations. This vehicle is being sold as is, where is with no warranty in connection therewith. The seller shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuineness, or defects herein, and make no warranty in connection therewith. No allowances or set aside will be made on account of any incorrectness, imperfection, defect or damage. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle, and to have satisfied oneself as to the condition and value based upon that judgment solely. Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle.Thank You from all of us at CRUISIN CLASSICS For all your classic car service, improvements and up-grades please visit us atCRUISIN CLASSICS PERFORMANCE CENTERKnown for its FIRST-CLASS service in performance upgrades that will complete your checklist of must haves to make your machine just the way you want it.Here is a short list of our High Quality...High Performance services.Power windows, heat/Vintage Air (Certified Dealer and Installer)Engine rebuildingCarburetor rebuildingTransmission upgrades and serviceRear differential service including gear installationBrake service includingDisc Brake ConversionsSuspension rebuilding and upgradesTotal modernization of classic/muscle cars including addingPower steering, power brakes, tilt columns, cruise controland MUCH, MUCH MORE
1967 Rally Sport Camaro, Marina Blue, painted late July 2018 with original 327 c.i. engine, original 4 speed manual transmission and original rear end. New carpet, new seat covers, and new paint job. The original 327 engine, original 4 speed and original rear end were taken out while running in 2009 and will be reinstalled promptly upon receipt of sufficient deposit. Only Three owners of this car. Protect- O-Plate, original Owners Manual, original dealer invoice, all included. Over $1,000 in options on dealer invoice including, Rally Sport Package, Tilt Steering Wheel, Power Steering, Front Disc Brakes, Red Line Tires, Gauge Package, In Dash Tachometer, Deluxe Black Interior, AM/FM radio, Remote Side View Mirror, etc. . Complete detailed history with receipts from date of sale forward. Title in hand in my name. As is, no warranty. Car is currently running and driving with 302 c.i. engine, Muncie 4 speed transmission, Lakewood blow proof, Hays clutch & pressure plate, cal tracs and 12 bolt that are available for additional cost to be negotiated, i.e., the price quoted is for RS Camaro with original drive train only. Car comes with all documentation shown in photos
Why This Car Is Special First generation Camaros are always popular and an SS tribute convertible is on every collectors list. Mechanical This 1967 Camaro is not just show winning looks. It is whats inside that counts. What is inside is a 350 CID V8 with GM Performance aluminum heads, aluminum GM intake, Holley 4-barrel carburetor, MSD Pro-Billet distributor, MSD ignition box, serpentine belt system and a ton of dress up parts. Those include pullies, brackets, water pump and air cleaner. The valve covers are done in blue that match the paint, and they look very cool. The shifting is handled by a Turbo 350 automatic that runs to a Ford 9 rear end. Full-length headers run to dual exhaust with Dynamax mufflers for a great muscle car sound. 4-wheel power disc brakes provide the stopping power, and power steering helps in handling those tight corners. Interior The interior is mostly stock with a few custom upgrades like a digital gauge cluster, B&M shifter, custom door panels tilt column and AM/FM/Cassette radio. The vinyl bucket seats with a center console are in great shape and have seat belts to keep you and your passengers safe. The white top is easily opened and closed with one person and has a matching boot that snaps on to cover it when its down. Exterior Stunning Deep Blue Metallic paint is set off with 5-spoke aluminum alloy wheels and BF Goodrich Radial TA tires. Front and rear spoilers give this Camaro the muscle car feel it deserves. The blue theme is carried through to the subframes and the front suspension components for a truly custom show look, even underneath. Tri-bar headlights, SS badging and an SS grill look great alongside the RS style rear valance and reverse lights. Conclusion In the market for a first-generation Camaro convertible? Take a good look at this clean well optioned example. So, please call or text at 734-323-9260 or 727-688-1148. We also finance! Check out our financiers here at https://www.skywayclassics.com/financiers In the meantime, check out our Skyway Classics Blogs here at https://www.skywayclassics.com/blog