This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS has iconic paint, a cool/custom style, and solid small block power under the hood
That’s how you know it’s a bright classic coupe that was made to be enjoyed.
This does a great job of being both vintage and custom all in first glance. After all, you have some of the best elements right up front, like Hugger Orange paint, a D91 sports stripe painted on top, and the hidden headlight RS front end. And they expertly deleted the front bumpers to give this a unique look and you can see all of the best pieces so much better. Not only is the paint vibrant, but you also have the best sporty pieces like the chin spoiler, hood vent trim, and D80 rear spoiler. The trim tag does have the 3L, so while it’s unclear if this is a SS tribute or not, we do know it’s a genuine Rally Sport. And the appeal of the full package is further enhanced by a sporty stance from a lowered suspension and a high polish set of American Racing 17-inch Torq Thrust wheels.
The interior has a cool look with the iconic orange returning for the metal parts of the side panels and dash. You also have nice detail with newer carpeting, newer door panels, and a smooth dash pad. It’s a driver-oriented layout with bucket seats up front and a center console in-between. You also have a newer version of the classic Chevy sports steering wheel and a large working tach. So it makes for a distinctive interior that is also clearly made for an easy driving time.
Under the hood is a great-looking small block. This 350 cubic-inch V8 has a nice Edelbrock upgrade suite with aluminum heads, finned valve covers, a bright air grabber, and Victor Jr. intake. And it’s topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. The three-speed automatic transmission and power brakes with front discs make for an easy driver. The subframe connectors and modern sport tires enhance the sports car feel on the road.
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Location: Concord, North Carolina, United States