Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth , Texas
It's no rebadged version of a lesser specimen. This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS is the real deal and proudly wears all the evidence of its model's well-equipped status. It features a sharp exterior dressed with contrasting striping to both denote its special standing and add some additional flair, and it harbors strong running power with some nice upgrades under its hood.
First generation Camaros were relatively late-arriving participants in the muscle car wars of the '60s, but with their low stances and wide tracks accompanying the tried and true long hood/short deck lid model, their impact was both immediate and substantial. The White Diamond paint draped over this specimen has a magnetic quality to it. It's got a nice shine and a smooth, even feel, with just a hint of pearl to add some texture and extra dimension in the sunlight. Aggressive striping was worn like a badge of honor by the well-dressed Camaros of this era, and this '67 is a fine representative of that look. The black vinyl hard top is in really strong condition, showing not even a hint of fading or bubbling. Tight, even gaps surround the doors, hood and deck lid and all of them open and shut smoothly - an indication that the body alignment on this vintage Chevy is in good order. Encircled in black, the front grille is in great shape and harbors the signature hidden headlights that were cause alone for many a buyer to spring for the Rally Sport package all those decades ago.
Inside the doors, Parchment white seats, door panels and quarter trim contrast nicely with the black of the dash area and center console to make for a very sharp interior. Both the front buckets and rear bench seat sport black accenting stripes that add a nice detail as they sit over the expanse of black carpeting lining the floor. Everything is looking strong inside - there are no splits or pronounced wear marks on the seating and both the headliner and door panels are in great condition. The dash area is also very clean, with the clear gauges in its instrument cluster joined by an additional pair above the center console and a supple dash pad running the width of the cabin. A Classic Air climate control system has been added, and blows through the factory vents in the dash to keep things nice and comfortable. As far as audio is concerned, you'll be well-covered - the featured vintage-looking digital AM/FM stereo teams with a 10 disc changer and, with JL amp and subwoofers also mounted in the trunk, the sonic experience this classic provides is top notch.
Underneath the hood, a 350 cubic inch V8 sits between the shock towers, dressed with a pair of chrome Edelbrock valve covers and a chrome air cleaner. It's been armed with a Holley 4-barrel carb and an Edelbrock intake for some added power, as well as an MSD coil to maximize spark, and it's running strong while sending a great sounding note into the long tube headers leading to its dual exhausts. The powerplant teams with a solid 3-speed automatic TH400 transmission to provide a low-effort experience from behind the wheel. Below, the undercarriage appears very solid and a pair of subframe connectors have been added to maintain structural rigidity when this Camaro's power is sent to the pavement via its set of brand new 17" REV torque thrust wheels outfitted with Sumitomo radials.
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS marks the very year the model arrived to change the automotive landscape - and it's looking and running great. Call today!
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