1967 Chevrolet Camaro
Fantastic 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Resto-Mod in Sunburst Yellow with High Glamour Clearcoat over Custom Beige and Black Interior, with Black Top. Only 2,702 miles since build completion. a 383ci small-block V8 with a Weiand 142 Underhood Blower. B&M Sidedraft Intake with Momar Throttle Bodies. Eagle Stroker Crank, 8.5:1 Eagle Pistons, Comp Cam, Canfield Aluminum Heads, March Pulleys. All that power is delivered to pavement through a Borg-Warner T56 6-Speed Manual Transmission with a B&M Shifter, Weir Bellhousing and Throw-out Bearing, Wilwood Slave Cylinder. The suspension has been thoroughly upgraded as well, using components from a 1985 Corvette, enhanced with Afco Coilovers and Upgraded Springs. Further custom touches include; Smoothed firewall, Relocated wiper motor, Vintage Air A/C and Heat, Rollbar with dome light, 3rd brakelight in rear spoiler, Electronic remote fuel door, Flush mount antenna, Exhaust ports in rear valance, Mini tubs, Wayne Due's chassis sub-frame. Custom interior with crafted console, door panels, and rear side panels. Remote locks, trunk release, gas fill door and windows. Powder coated components include; Engine block, Heads, Blower, Oil pan, Pulleys, Valve covers, Rear suspension, transmission, Drive shaft, Half shafts, Springs, Sub-frame, A-arms, Sway bar, Master cylinder, Slave cylinder, and more. If you're ready to stand out with an iconic muscle car that is the perfect mix of classic muscle car attitude and first class modern performance, featuring an awesome combination of no-nonsense looks and vicious street manners, this 1967 Camaro Convertible is your kind of car. View Undercarriage Photos Here... Built to provide modern reliability and a streetable driving attitude - with plenty of horsepower to back up the attention that this intimidating Camaro commands. This Camaro Resto-Mod, a feature car in both Hot Rod and Car Craft magazines, is the fruit of countless hours of expert craftsmanship by Bob Bertelson, Rick DeSalvo, Tom McKenzie and Ace Carriage Works talented team and is a must see build. The first generation Camaro is one of those timeless designs that looks good no matter how the car is built. Stock, modified, race, pro-touring, whatever; the clean lines and balanced stance on these tough looking muscle cars create a menacing look with a classic swagger that is an excellent platform for major modifications.