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1967 Chevrolet Camaro
Its overall appearance included a long hood and short rear deck with the popular "Coke-bottle" shape dominating the design

1967 Chevrolet Camaro

In 1964, General Motors gave the "green light" and go-ahead for the F-car project, in response to Ford's Mustang "Pony Car." Two years later, the Chevrolet Camaro hit the ground running! 

From the get-go the Camaro was available in a hardtop coupe and convertible body styles, and could be ordered with nearly 80 factory options and 40 dealer accessories, including three main option packages and a choice of four different engines.

The RS package included numerous cosmetic changes including a blacked out grill with hidden headlights, revised parking and tail lights, upgraded interior trim, and RS badging.

The SS package included a modified 350 V8 with an available 396 big block producing 325hp and later a 375hp version, along with simulated air-intakes on the hood, special bumble bee striping, and a blacked out grill.

It was also possible to order both the RS and SS packages, and receive a RS/SS Camaro.

The Z-28 included mandatory front disc brakes with power assist, and the Muncie 4-speed transmission and was available to the public solely to qualify the car for racing. The Z-28's 302 V8 was one of Detroit's hottest small blocks, and was created by installing the 283's crankshaft in a 327 small block, which allowed Chevy to comply with regulations and stay within SCCA racing's 305 cubic inch limit. Rated horsepower was said to be at just 290hp, but rumored to be a lot more! The Z-28 also came with competition suspension, broad racing stripes on the hood and trunklid and could be combined with the RS option package. There wasn't any Z-28 badging as it would have attracted to much attention. The Z28 was tough to beat and boasted a 140mph top speed and numerous racing victories.

Chevrolet first described the 1967 Camaro as a "road machine" and promised buyers "wide stance stability and big-car power."The Camaro was Chevrolet's delayed reaction to the 1964 Ford Mustang. It was the fourth totally new line of cars that Chevrolet had introduced since the Corvair first appeared in late 1959. While inspired by the "pony car" segment that the Mustang had carved out of the marketplace, the first Camaro was really promoted as more of a "Junior Corvette" that gave the family man with a hunkering for a real sports car the opportunity to buy one with four seats.

Sport coupe and convertible body styles were available. Its overall appearance included a long hood and short rear deck with the popular "Coke-bottle" shape dominating the design. Many options and option packages were offered with some "model-options" that turned the basic Camaro into several distinct models. It had a unitized body with bolted on front frame section to carry the engine, front suspension, steering, and sheet metal components.

1967 Chevrolet Camaro Production Numbers

Model Number Body/Style Number Body Type & Seating Factory Price Shipping Weight Total Production
Camaro Series 23 - Six-Cyl
23 37 2 Dr Coupe $2,466 2,770 lbs Note 1
23 67 2 Dr Convertible $2,704 3,025 lbs
Camaro Series 24 - V8
24 37 2 Dr Coupe $2,572 2,920 lbs Note 1
24 67 2 Dr Convertible $2,809 3,180 lbs
Camaro Rally Sport Series 23 + Z22 - Six-Cyl
23 37 2 Dr Coupe $2,571 - Note 2
23 67 2 Dr Convertible $2,809 -
Camaro Rally Sport Series 24 + Z22 - V8
24 37 2 Dr Coupe $2,677 - Note 2
24 67 2 Dr Convertible $2,914 -
Camaro SS Sereis 24 + Z27 - RPO L48 - Turbo Fire 350 V8
24 37 2 Dr Coupe $2,783 - Note 3
24 67 2 Dr Convertible $3,019 -
Camaro SS Sereis 24 + Z27 - RPO L35 Turbo-Jet V8
24 37 2 Dr Coupe $2,835 - Note 3
24 67 2 Dr Convertible $3,072 -
Camaro SS Sereis 24 + Z27 - RPO L78 Tirbp Ket 396 V8
24 37 2 Dr Coupe $3,072 - Note 3
24 67 2 Dr Convertible $3,309 -
Camaro Z/28 Sereis 24 + Z/28 - V8
24 37 2 Dr Coupe $3,273 3,520 lbs 602

  1. A total of 220,906 Camaros were produced including 160,648 base Coupes and 25,141 base Convertibles.
  2. A total of 64,842 Camaros had the Rally Sport (RS) option.
  3. A total of 34,411 Camaros had the Super Sport (SS) option.

Chassis Data

Model Wheelbase Overall Length Width Front Tread Rear Tread Tires
Camaro 108.1 in 164.6 in - 59 in 58.9 in 7.35 x 14
Camaro SS 350 119 in 213.2 in - 62.5 in 62.4 in D70 x 14
Camaro Z/28 119 in 212.4 in - 63.5 in 63.4 in 7.75 x 15

1967 Chevrolet Camaro Gallery

Photo Gallery - 14 Pictures

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VIN Numbers

Serial Numbers were stamped on a plate on the left front door hinge pillar (center pillar on Corvair). The Fisher Body number plate on the right-hand side of the cowl gives additional information such as the body style number, the production sequence number, the trim (upholstery) number code and the paint number code.
First Symbol - Manufacturer
1 = Chevrolet
Second & Third Symbol - Series
01 = Corvair 500 six-cylinder 33 = Chevelle 300 Deluxe/Std. El Camino six-cylinder
05 = Corvair Monza six-cylinder 34 = Chevelle 300 Deluxe/Std. El Camino V-8
07 = Corvair Corsa six-cylinder 35 = Chevelle Malibu/Custom El Camino six-cylinder
11 = Chevy II 100 four-cylinder 36 = Chevelle Malibu/Custom El Camino V-8
R12 = Corvir Forward Control six-cylinder 37 = Chevelle Concours six-cylinder
13 = Chevy II 100 six-cylinder 38 = Chevelle Concours/Super Sport V-8
14 = Chevy II 100 V-8 53 = Biscayne six-cylinder
15 = Chevy II Nova exc. Super Sport six-cylinder 54 = Biscayne V-8
16 = Chevy II Nova exc. Super Sport V-8 55 = Bel Air six cylinder
17 = Chevy II Nova Super Sport 56 = Bel Air V-8
18 = Chevy II Nova Super Sport 63 = Impala six-cylinder
23 = Camaro six-cylinder 64 = Impala V-8
24 = Camaro V-8 66 = Caprice
25 = Deluxe Camaro six-cylinder 67 = Impala Super Sport six-cylinder
26 = Deluxe Camaro V-8 68 = Impala Super Sport V-8
31 = Chevelle 300 six-cylinder 94 = Corvette
32 = Chevelle 300 V-8  
Fourth & Fifth Symbol - Body Style
11 = two-door sedan 39 = four-door hardtop or sport sedan
15 = two-door station wagon 6p 45 = four-door station wagon 9p
17 = two-door hardtop 47 = two-door hardtop
27 = two-door sedan 67 = convertible
35 = four-door station wagon 6p 69 = four-door sedan
37 = two-door hardtop or sport coupe 87 = two-door hardtop
Sixth Symbol - Last Digit Of The Model Year
7 = 1967
Seventh Symbol - Assembly Plant
(A) Atlanta, Georgia (P) Pontiac, Michigan
(B) Baltimore, Maryland (R) Arlington, Texas
(C) Southgate, California (S) St. Louis, Missouri
(D) Doraville, Wisconsin (T) Tarrytown, New York
(F) Flint, Michigan (U) Lordstown, Ohio
(G) Framingham, Massachusetts (W) Willow Run, Michigan
(J) Janesville, Wisconsin (Y) Wilmington, Delaware
(K) Kansas City, Missouri (Z) Fremont, California
(L) Los Angeles, California (1) Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
(N) Norwood, Ohio (2) St. Therese, Quebec, Canada
Last Six Symbols - Production Sequence
Started at 100001

Paint Codes - Exterior Colors

Color Name / Code Color Image Color Name / Code Color Image

A - Tuxedo Black
Lucite® Code - 88
Dulux® Code - 93-005

L - Tahoe Turquoise (metallic)
Lucite® Code - 4824L
Dulux® Code - 4824DH

C - Ermine White
Lucite® Code - 4024L
Dulux® Code - 93-37774

M - Royal Plum (metallic)
Lucite® Code - 4832L
Dulux® Code - 4832DH

D - Nantucket Blue (metallic)
Lucite® Code - 4815L
Dulux® Code - 4815D

N - Madeira Maroon (metallic)
Lucite® Code - 4624H
Dulux® Code - 181-97213M

E - Deepwater Blue (metallic)
Lucite® Code - 4817L
Dulux® Code - 4817D

R - Bolero Red
Lucite® Code - 4822LH
Dulux® Code - 4822DH

F - Marina Blue (metallic)
Lucite® Code - 4850L
Dulux® Code - 4850D

S - Sierra Fawn (metallic)
Lucite® Code - 4826L
Dulux® Code - 4826D

G - Granada Gold (metallic)
Lucite® Code - 4825L
Dulux® Code - 4825D

T - Capri Cream
Lucite® Code - 4819L
Dulux® Code - 4819D

H - Mountain Green (metallic)
Lucite® Code - 4816L
Dulux® Code - 4816D

Y - Butternut Yellow
Lucite® Code - 4620L
Dulux® Code - 93-96908

K - Emerald Turquoise (metallic)
Lucite® Code - 4818L
Dulux® Code - 4818D

NOTES: The first letter of a two-letter paint code identifies the body color. The second letter identifies the roof color. (For example, the combination RA on a Chevrolet would indicate the body finished in Bolero Red and the roof area in Tuxedo Black.) General Motors paint code plate for all models except Corvair and Corvette is located under the hood at the top of the firewall on the left or right of the upper shroud. Corvair paint code plate is on the left cross-rail in the engine compartment. Corvette paint code plate is on the instrument panel brace, below the glove compartment.

Paint Codes - Interior Colors

Color Name / Code Color Image Color Name / Code Color Image

Yellow (semi-gloss)
Lucite® Code - 9383LH

Dark Blue (metallic) (semi-gloss)
Lucite® Code - 9395LH

Medium Gold (metallic) (semi-gloss)
Lucite® Code - 9390L

Dark Blue (metallic) (flat)
Lucite® Code - 9373LH

Dark Gold (semi-gloss)
Lucite® Code - 9406LH

Dark Bright Blue (metallic) (flat)
Lucite® Code - 9286LH

Dark Gold (metallic) (flat)
Lucite® Code - 9378L

Red (semi-gloss)
Lucite® Code - 9366LM

Medium Fawn (metallic) (semi-gloss)
Lucite® Code - 9391L

Dark Red (flat)
Lucite® Code - 9201LM

Dark Fawn (metallic) (semi-gloss)
Lucite® Code - 9403L

Dark Maroon (flat)
Lucite® Code - 9389LM

Dark Fawn (metallic) (flat)
Lucite® Code - 9375L

Maroon (flat)
Lucite® Code - 9293LM

Medium Turquoise (metallic) (semi-gloss)
Lucite® Code - 9398LH

Plum (metallic) (semi-gloss)
Lucite® Code - 9384LM

Dark Turquoise (metallic) (semi-gloss)
Lucite® Code - 9399LH

Plum (metallic) (flat)
Lucite® Code - 9200LM

Dark Turquoise (metallic) (flat)
Lucite® Code - 9374LH

Black (semi-gloss)
Lucite® Code - 88

Medium Bright Blue (metallic) (semi-gloss)
Lucite® Code - 9387LH

Black (flat)
Lucite® Code - 4428L


Medium Blue (metallic) (semi-gloss)
Lucite® Code - 9392LH


NOTE: Unpolished LUCITE® will generally produce a gloss comparable to original interior semi-gloss finishes. If lower gloss is required, use 1/2 oz. DuPont #4528 flattening compound to a pint of unreduced color.


Striping Colors

Striping Colors Station Wagon Wood Grain Touch-Up Colors

Lucite® Code - 88

Dark Tan
Lucite® Code - 9427L

Lucite® Code - 4024L

Light Tan
Lucite® Code - 9548L


Trunk Colors (spatter finish)

Black - Gray - Aqua 389 - 259

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