This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is a terrific combination of vintage and new. You have the factory-correct color in a nicely detailed package. But additions like the enhanced small block, four-wheel disc brakes, five-speed stick-shift, and Bluetooth radio make this classic coupe an extra-fun driver for today. And since youll be enjoying this out on the streets, the RS/SS tribute style is the ideal upgrade for a meaner Camaro. Granada Gold is the factory-correct color, and this was given a respray later in life. So it really lets this precious metal color have an elegant glow every time you drive this in the sunshine. Chrome and brightwork also have been done right with a shining presentation. So this classic knows how to make a striking first impression. It also has a powerful style from the upgraded cowl hood, D80 rear spoiler, and upgraded Ridler wheels with a 17/18-inch front/rear sporty stance. Theres a nice darkness against the gold with nice upgrades like the racing stripes crisply painted on top. And the Rally Sport upgrade has headlight covers (currently manually operated) to put one of the meanest blackout faces forward. It makes for a total package that knows how to impress without getting so fancy that you hesitate to drive it anywhere/everywhere. The black interior continues this cars factory-correct color presentation. But just like the exterior, you can tell there were investments to enhance both performance and comfort. This starts with the Procar front bucket seats that offer better bolstering than what the factory provided in 67. And the deep dark look of the carpeting, door panels, and dash make for quite an inviting car. And the road trip music is upgraded with the AM/FM/CD stereo that includes Bluetooth, a USB input, and modern speakers. Plus, youll love driving this coupe thanks to upgrades like the polished sports steering wheel, floor shifter, and carbon fiber-style gauge panel with AutoMeter Ultra-Lite readouts. Under the hood is the solid look of power. The 350 cubic-inch V8 is known for being a hardy motor that loves upgrades. So this has been enhanced with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, aluminum heads, an aluminum intake, and Dougs headers feeding into a sweet-sounding dual exhaust. There are good supporting pieces, too, like finned valve covers, an aluminum radiator, an electric fan, and billet aluminum pulleys. This is an awesome powerhouse, and the upgrade to a Tremec five-speed manual transmission means you get to take better control over it all. Plus, there are also investments to make this a better driver, like tubular front control arms, newer tie rods, newer sway bar bushings, KYB rear shocks, and a 12-bolt rear end for a confident feeling on the road. Plus, power steering, grippy ZR-rated tires, and four-wheel power disc brakes make for a solid driving package. This is an impressive total presentation where you can really see how this is an icon built to deliver more flair and driver fun. So this is a drivers Camaro, and you know thats irresistible. Call today!!! Description coming soon, call for details!