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This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is a true RS/SS convertible that has been under long-term care with the same owner for most of its life. That's how you get a numbers-matching V8 car that has been given the right attention and investments to stay a true stunner over half a century later.
The slick coat of factory-correct Marina Blue paint has an awesome shine. This is a product of professional respray in 2019. In fact, that's a significant year in this Camaro's history, because it has the same owner from 1969 to 2019. How many cars do you know have had a 50-year history with one-owner? Even the odometer is believed to reflect actual mileage, averaging less than 1,400 miles annually. And while you'll love to tell this car's tale it's also desirable for being a terrific Camaro. After all, great care also delivers a car with terrific lines and plenty of shining chrome. This is a real Super Sport, and so you get the right badging, vent trim hood, and full-width rear spoiler. And since this is a Rally Sport, too, you have the awesome hidden headlight front end. That full blackout grille goes great with the black D91 stripe and well-fitting black canvas soft top for an almost two-tone like appearance.
With the flip of a switch, the roof powers down to reveal the factory-correct deluxe black interior. So you have a premium style that still coordinates with the exterior accents. And we love the little things this upper-end look provides, like headrest and the cool/classic white inserts. In fact, you're going to love showing off all the vintage rarities, like the GM tissue dispenser and a clean trunk with classic spare tire. More than just a car for admiring, an RS/SS drop-top like this was made for driving. That's why you have bucket seats up front. In-between is a center console with auxiliary gauges. The steering wheel has that great classic grippy feel, and beyond that, you have the sporty speedo and tach package.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. And with such a significate powerhouse, it's great to see it in such a tidy and correct display. The clean and bold orange motor has all evidence of being cared of, including fresh hoses, belts, and wires. This was even given the right larger maintenance items during its long-term care, including a rebuilding the Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor in 2008 and rebuilding the Powerglide automatic transmission in 1993. The V8 fires up nicely, as it lets out a low growl from the dual exhaust. And it's going to be hard to resist adding to the odometer with good anytime driving features like power steering, power brakes, and modern ZR-rated tires afforded by the upgrade to polished Torq Thrust wheels.
The sale comes complete with the original warranty card and owner's manual. This is a cherished classic that shows its quality in the details, right down to the smooth action of the RS headlight doors. So if you love a stunning icon with an awesome story, you know you can't miss this Camaro. Call today!!!
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