Just Toys Classic Cars is very proud to present this beautiful 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS Convertible. This is one of the top collectibles out there in the market today. You cant go wrong with first generation Camaro convertibles. This car was restored back in 2008 and is absolutely ready to be in your garage today. Under the hood of this car sits the great 327 motor. This is matted to a 2 speed power glide transmission and a 10 bolt rear end. Wait till you see the you tube video and hear how awesome this thing sounds. The interior of this car looks great as you will see in the pics. The dash isnt cracked, and the front and rear seats look great as well. The original AM radio still sits in the dash and below it is what you would have purchased which was an FM converter and everything works and works well. The carpet is in great shape and so is the center console. This car is just awesome all the way around. This is just begging you to get in, turn the key, drop the power top and just go have a ton of fun. This car was built on the 4th week of May 1967. Built in Norwood, Ohio with standard black interior. This car also came with tinted glass and a power convertible top. As you continue to read the trim tag you will see the Powerglide transmission, the factory A/C, as well as the center console storage. Then the last code being the 3L shows that it is a REAL RS car. As you look at the trim tag you will see that this car was originally Capri Cream that would have had a black RS stripe. That being said, this car car looks stunning in its current white with red stripe. It is an original black top as well. Bottom line ladies and gentleman, this is one stunning car that belongs in your garage asap today. We have financing available for those that would like to take advantage of it. We look forward to speaking with you very soon and making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.
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