This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS/RS tribute has the iconic hidden headlight front end, and behind that grille is serious big block power
And as you dig a little deeper, you’ll discover some big investments within the last few months, including a five-speed upgrade.
This car has the right mix of mean and sophisticated. After all, bright chrome bumpers and good body lines let you really appreciate a first-year Camaro. And the trim tag tells us it’s even in its distant factory-correct Emerald Turquoise. It’s a proper Super Sport upgrade with the large chin spoiler, velocity stack hood trim, and D80 rear spoiler. There’s even upgraded aggression with the smooth blackout front end with RS-style hidden headlights, and glowing LEDs behind those doors. And those American Racing wheels are in a large 17-inch size with an extra-wide rear set to show off where the power meets the pavement.
The black interior with deluxe trim continues this factory-correct style. And just like the exterior, there’s a great classic style with performance upgrades in the mix. The seats, door panels, and carpeting all have a clean look investment in stock-style materials. It has an overall comfortable style, and there are even nice upgrades like the armrest center console with cup holders. The steering wheel has a beautiful walnut wood grip, and beyond that is a fresh set of Dakota Digital gauges with large speedo and handy tach.
The dark and smooth inner walls of the engine bay funnel your attention to the shining heart in the middle. The 396 cubic-inch V8 upgrade is always great to see on a first-year Camaro because that was the largest motor Chevy offered on the order sheets. But this one looks extra tidy, and that’s because we have maintenance records showing there was over $25k invested in here within the last few months. It includes a new Holley Street Avenger four-barrel carburetor. This big block also exhales with added power and authority thanks to long tube headers feeding the dual exhaust. There are also the right supporting components, like the HEI distributor, fresh fluids, a new starter, a new battery, and a new aluminum radiator with aluminum overflow tank. Even the new Tremec 3550 five-speed manual transmission only has about 200 miles on it, and that includes a new clutch and flywheel. This feeds a rebuilt driveshaft on its way to the stout 12-bolt Positraction rear end. Plus, power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, new bushings, and the new BF Goodrich G Force tires all give this big block classic a confident feeling on the road.
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