67 Camaro convertible project

Price: US $15,000.00 Item location: Redding, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 58,456
  • Vehicle Title: Salvage
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1967 Chevrolet Camaro

67 Camaro convertible,California car. Just off the rotisserie.Bodywork complete, block sanded, and reprimed. Ready for final sand and paint.5.7 LS1 (needs rebuild) T56 6 speed trans. (30k miles) Mounted in place.Subframe: seams have been welded and smoothed. And then it was coated with PPG ALK semi-gloss black.The body underside was sanded (it was so clean it didn't need blasting) and coated with ALK,as well.Tube control arms, QA1 adjustable coil over shocks, C5 Corvette brakes (new),Unisteer power rack and pinon steering. (Will need adjustments to shaft) Have extra u-joint.18x7 front 18x9.5 rear,centerline wheels 225/45 ft 295/35 rear Bridgestone Potenza tires.2" rear mini-tub to accommodate 9.5" wheels.Have harness and ECM for engine and trans (05 GTO). Polished Typhoon intake manifold with fuel rails. Have LS swap aluminum radiator with shroud and fan.Stainless steel shorty headers.No hood (have original...but who wants a stock flat hood?) New hood hinges and springs included.Firewall smoothed in anticipation of aftermarket A/CHave new weatherstrips (doors,deck and top) and belt feltsI have nearly all of the original parts.All of the "bright parts" will need replaced, repolished, rechromed or re-sumthinged. Front seats are missing.Rears are rusty frames(from sitting outside for years). Have all 4 of the vibration dampeners. Top frame is compete with rams .Pump is missing. Have door and quarter glasses and regulator, vent assemblys.Rust was very minimal in this car. Rt.quarter was replaced (full panel) due to water sitting in rear well for years. Trunk floor replaced due to surface rust pits . Rear body panel was replaced due to old "custom" work. Typical rust (maybe 3" square) bottoms of the fenders. (Professionally repaired)......NO RUST in the rockers,rails,floor,or anywhere else on this thing.The rear end is original 10 bolt. Have parts and pieces in anticipation of a 4 link setup but didn't get that finished. The axle you choose to use will need to be shortened from stock length to accommodate rear wheels.I have in process pics that I can text if you are interested. Or if you would like more info. Leave your number with request.DMV paperwork in my name. Salvaged years ago due to theft. Never wrecked.