1967 SS-350 Camaro Pro Street 406 SBC 5 Speed Manual Trans Strange S-60

Price: US $49,900.00 Item location: Burbank, California, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: SS
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 100,668
  • VIN: 124377L146057
  • Color: Yellow
  • Engine size: 406
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: 5 Speed Manual
  • Drive type: 5 Speed
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1967 Chevrolet Camaro

Up for bid is my 1967 SS-350 Pro-Street Camaro. It has a 600+HP 406 SBC with a Tremec TKO-500 5 speed transmission and an S-60 Strange rear end which has been narrowed two inches on both sides. It has manual steering and manual brakes.

Engine is a 11:1 compression 406 SBC with AFR 220 heads. It has a Dart SHP block with a Scat rotating assembly (4.125” bore X 3.80” stroke). The crank is a Scat light weight forged which cost $1200 by itself. The rods are Scat H-Beam rods with Mahle forged pistons. It has a Comp mechanical street roller cam with around .600 lift and 250 duration @ .050” and Comp pushrods. It has new Howard pressure fed mechanical roller lifters with new AFR 220 heads with titanium retainers AFR stud girdles and Harland Sharp roller rockers (1.6 intake/1.5 exhaust). ARP studs and bolts are used throughout the motor. The new intake manifold is a World Motown and the carb is a Holley Ultra 950 Aluminum HP Carb. The heads and manifold have not been modified. The ignition system is all Mallory. The water pump is an electric Meziere and the large radiator is a Griffin. The motor stays around 180 degrees all the time. All the Earls AN fittings and steel braided lines are real including the #16 radiator hose lines. Some of the rear fittings by the gas tank are XRP. The fuel pump is a Mallory and the car has a 10 gallon fuel tank in the trunk. The Optima battery is also in the trunk. The exhaust system includes 1 7/8” Stahl headers with 3 ½” collectors and 3” pipe going all the way to the back. The car has two sets of mufflers to keep it quiet including two 3” bullet mufflers in the front and two 3” flowmasters in the back.

Clutch assemble is all Ram with a steel Ram flywheel Ram diaphragm pressure plate and Ram clutch disk. The bell housing is a steel Lakewood unit. All the clutch linkage has been replaced with new replacement pieces.

Transmission is a Tremec TKO-500 wide ratio transmission with a 3:27 ratio first gear 1:1 ratio 4th gear and an overdrive 5th gear. The car can do 70 mph on the freeway at around 2500 rpm’s with the overdrive.

Rearend is a Strange S-60 with 4:11 ratio gears with a posi unit. The rear end has been narrowed two inches on both sides. I did a nice home built mini-tub job in the back to get the tires to fit. Driveshaft has the larger 1350 U-Joints in the front and back and includes a driveshaft safety loop. Car has Centerline wheels with Mickey Thompson Tires.

Brakes includes Aerospace Components front disc brakes with the standard Strange drum brakes in the rear. All flexible hose lines have been replaced and the brake lines have all been replaced with Stainless Steel brake lines. The brakes work almost as good as power brakes.

Steering includes a Flaming River tilt steering column with a Grant Steering wheel. All steering tie rods and ball joints have been replaced. All upper and lower control arms have also been replaced. Steering is nice and tight. The manual steering works great on the road but may be a bit of a work out in a parking lots. The gauges are all Auto Meter Phantom gauges.

Car has frame connectors and a 4 point roll bar bolted to the frame. The front seat is bolted to the floor and is made for a tall person. If you are shorter than 6’ you might have to reconfigure the front seat. The front seat is made to be around a half inch lower than stock and sits around one inch further back than stock for a tall person. The stock mounting nuts are still in the floor if you want to put stock seats back in it. The steering column is also about one inch further back than stock. I’m 6’2” so I made the car to fit me.

The electric front headlight door motors have been replaced along with newer switches and relays. Therefore the front headlight doors and headlights work great.

I’ve had this car for 35 years and it’s been garaged in CA all that time so there’s no rust. The car was painted in 1985 including a “new” Vinyl top in 1985. The paint and Vinyl top still looks great after all these years. The car is currently garaged in Burbank CA.

If you analyze the VIN numbers you find that it’s an authentic SS-350 Camaro that was painted Yellow with the bumble bee strip in the front. It was built in Van Nuys CA so I don’t think it’s ever been out of the San Fernando Valley area.

I’m selling this car because I need the money for other projects. Also I’ve been having issues with my health (asthma) which doesn’t allow me to drive the car very much. I probably only drive it two or three times a year. I think I answered about every question a person would have.

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