1967 Chevy Camaro RSSS

Price: US $37,500.00 Item location: Delray Beach, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: RSSS
  • Year: 1967
  • VIN: see picture
  • Color: Deepwater Blue Matallic
  • Engine size: 350/383
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Muncie 4-speed
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1967 Chevrolet Camaro

Hello, elling my 1967 RS SS350 Camaro. A real 3L 4P optioned car. Also ordered with factory A/C. Factory dash vents are there but under hood components are not. The original color isDeepwater Blue as it is nowwith a slight metallic added. The engine is a350 stroked to 38, ew Holley 650 carb, unati cam. I do not know any more specifics on the motor but it was represented to me to have 425ish H.P. but I doubt it is that much. It is a nice punched out 350. This was a frame off restored Camaro, ll metal and excellent all around condition. It does not have the original drivetrain with the possible exception of the Muncie 4-speed. The rear is a 10 inch 373-posi with a new set of gears(Richmond or Eaton, ot sure) put in by an excellent local expert shop. THis shop has done all and any work on the Camaro. Tranny was rebuilt after I purchased the car. The interior is immaculate, eriously pretty much perfect.. Headliner is perfect. Dash and door trim are perfect. Only 1 wear mark on drivers seat ribbing from getting in and out. Original 1967 console has some small wear marks but who cares. Glass is original I think. Doors open and close well, indows up and down easily. The car runs well and shows well but exteriorhas a few matks or small chipsbut very very good. The paint shows well even though there are a few small chips and a couple very small dings noticeable only at an angle. THe bumble bee stripe is painted on and cleared over. I have driven this car to shows and for fun. It is not a trailer queen. Definitely a head turner for style and lookswith a subdued small block sound that stilldenotes alazy sleepylope that you can wake up if you want to. You will see in the pictures that the underside is maybe a little dirty but is as solid as a rock. Painted in gloss black, t was so clean when I bought this car it glistened. It never saw rain until I bought it and I live in Florida so there you go. A few showers. There are added full length frame connectors and upgraded 1968 rear multi-leak springs in the rear. The engine bay is clean and tidy. The MSD was painted black to match and is new after I bought car.The old one was bad. The alternator is new by me. The top end of the motor has been gone through, ew rockers and rods. The carb is new, istributor is new. Lots of chrome and brushed aluminum under the hood.We also painted the block black. It has Autometer gauges and they all function properly. RS headlights work as they should, ipers work, heater does not work and the A/Ccomponents are removedbutyou can add vintage air or return the car to factory air if you wish.The Alpine stereo is new and nice. Bluetooth,Pandora ready etc etc. I added a charge port tucked by passenger knee and a true 45 watt x2 alpine amp hidden under the dash. As loud as you should need. I will say this, fter I received the car I needed to do a few things so it went to the shop for a while. This car got a lot of attention from people with their own cars getting work done including guys who have owned many Camaros. The shop kept the car on the lift and the underside was so clean and impressive I had guys trying to buy this car before I ever drove it. The man who restored this car new that any really good restoration starts with a great frame and undercarriage. A great looking car from eye level can be a rotting mess where it counts. This Camaro is rock solid from the rubber to the roof. I will answer any and all questions to the best of my ability. Please ask questions! I am not an engine expert and we did not build this motor so I can only say what I know. Oh, his car is old school and does NOT have power steering or power brakes. It has front disk brakes and stops easily. It turns easily as well. I had a 1967 Mustang without power steering that was a bear to turn, nbsp;not this Camaro. It tracks straight and other than a little play in the wheel is easy to drive.Ready to go, EEDS NOTHING. Please ask questions and make reasonable offers. I know what other cars here asking over 40 grand look like and this car is as good or better.Iwill certainly consider all offers that meet the minimum offer level. I can provide more pictures of whatever you wish to see. I just ran out of room to post them. use ebay below for questions or text this number only for a return call please and I will try to get back quickly if you are serious. Bill 561-654-1116