This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is one of those cars you could look at for hours and still not see everything thats been tweaked, sanded, smoothed, or refinished. Not quite a resto-mod, it retains its original "Camaro-ness" but polishes it in such a way that this is a lot more than a garden-variety F-body.
The familiar Camaro shape has been completely restored, and clearly the work was done on a rotisserie, because its as clean underneath as it is up top. A steel cowl induction hood was installed during the reconstruction of the car, and it only emphasizes the ultra-clean lines of the early Camaro. A blacked-out SS grille smooths the front of the car for a custom look and it works rather well with the Z/28-style chin spoiler. Out back, a ducktail spoiler adds traditional Camaro styling and while theres a body-colored gas cap, which works well with the rest of the car that has been almost entirely de-badged save for basic Camaro on the front fenders. The metallic blue paint is a totally custom mix that complements the ultra-smooth look, with an unbelievable finish that looks like it could slip through the air without even creating a breeze. Like I said, you could spend hours examining this and still be delighted by the tricks you find.
Thats especially true inside, where the buckskin tan bucket seat interior successfully blends stock and modified components to create something both tasteful and unique. Original low-back buckets look right at home in the early cockpit, and the rear bench has been upholstered with a matching seat cover for a very OEM look. Reproduction door panels were used, and were so used to seeing cars with SS gear stuffed inside that the base model stuff looks pretty trick. The dash also gives away the fact that this is a factory A/C car as well, which has been upgraded with a modern Vintage Air setup using the original controls. A complete set of Auto Meter white-faced gauges now live in a custom gauge panel, surrounded by a stock wheel with a leather wrapper that looks and feels great. A custom center console houses the Hurst cue ball shifter for the 5-speed manual transmission and for entertainment, theres an AM/FM/CD stereo that sounds as good as the interior looks. The trunk is neatly outfitted with a massive subwoofer and a custom-fitted blue trunk mat that really dresses it up.
The engine is a snarky 350 cubic inch ZZ4 crate motor, heavily massaged to generate serious horsepower. Theres a high-rise intake with a Holley carb up top and a set of long-tube headers feeding a new dual exhaust system. Beautiful chrome valve covers compliment the twin-snorkel stock air cleaner that blends styles for an all-new look. A lot of extra attention went into making the plumbing and electrical wiring look neat, and as a result the engine bay looks quite tidy around the handsome V8. A big aluminum radiator keeps it cool and just about everything you can see has been freshened so its ready to rock. Underneath, the front suspension upgraded with rack-and-pinion steering, while out back, youll find a 12-bolt full of 3.31 gears which will snap your neck but with that Tremec 5-speed, it still loafs along on the highway as well. Those shiny aluminum wheels are by Billet specialties and wear 16-inch performance radials.
Trick Camaros like this dont come along every day, and it neatly blends a correct factory look with modern tricks that make it a joy to drive. Call now!