250 cubic-inch inline six-cylinder has been carefully maintained over the last five decades. one of the few left on the road with a strong straight six under the hood, that quite frankly will run virtually forever if it’s properly maintained. The current engine is really a true cruiser, comfortable with seven main bearings and what appears to be the factory-installed Rochester carburetor. It will take you just about anywhere you like, and save on gas as well, all while looking sharp. A 3-speed on the column manual transmission shifts through gears effortlessly, and the suspension still feels great thanks to the miniscule amount of time this car’s ben on the road. It’s such a smooth runner that it offers a kind of comfort not seen in many first-generation Camaros today. Painted steelies match the bodywork and are adorned with correct Bowtie hubcaps and wrapped with 195/75/14 blackwall radials to finish the period-correct look.

Location: Fort Worth, Texas, United States

See listing: survivor 1967 Chevrolet Camaro (from May 22, 2020)