NO Reserve Classics
Green Brook, NJ
Green Brook, NJ
No Reserve Classics is proud to present to you our 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS ZZ427 Pro-Touring Restomod for 84,995! An Iconic Piece of American History is HERE! A beautiful , frame-off, nut and bolt restored Black on Black Camaro with a massive motor under the hood! The ZZ427 GM Performance Crate Motor is showcasing 480HP and is combined with a Muncie 4-Speed Manual Transmission and a Posi-Traction Rear End. The March Serpentine kit brings the motor to life with many Billet Accessories and a rush of cool air to the interior with its Air Conditioning system. Complementing this vehicle's Tuxedo look is the Black Deluxe Interior. Chrome Interior Trim and a Custom Chrome steering wheel wrapped in black leather is an excellent touch sitting in the refoamed Deluxe Bucket Seats. Factory Style Deluxe Front Seatbelts hold you in place, as well still having the rear seat still intact with a Mini-Tub. A Staggered set of Chrome KMC Wheels take up all 315MM of tire in the rear, and its stance is set off by adjustable QA1 Pro-Touring Suspension Components. The exterior boasts the desirable Detroit Speed Electronic RS/SS Hidden Headlight Assembly with our Restomodit Headlight Package to light up the road ahead. Surrounding the RS Kit, a beautiful gray Bumblebee Stripes are laid deep beneath the clear. All Exterior Chrome Accessories will be refinished and/or replaced where it currently does not exist. While the exterior will be show-ready, the underbody will get its chance to shine too. Our full steam bath will allow us to see any old, dilapidated parts and replace them with new functional parts. A Full Coat of Rust Preventative and Satin Black Paint will make you want to put mirrors underneath, showing off your underbody!
As always, if you're an extremely interested buyer and are not quite yet convinced about the condition of our vehicle, we not only welcome inspections but we encourage them! Please feel free to set up an appointment with any credible inspector and we'll be more than happy to put this car up on a lift for a thorough comprehensive inspection!
The sale of this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS ZZ427 Pro-Touring Restomod also includes free shipping to any of the lower 48 states and a service contract available for purchase! Classic Car Financing is also available through any of our recommended financing partners. Check out our "Financing" page for more information!
There's a lot to be said about this car, and we're certain that this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS ZZ427 Pro-Touring Restomod will be a highly sought after classic car. Please note that this is our preliminary listing and we still plan on having new additions to the car.
Overall this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS ZZ427 Pro-Touring Restomod presents itself with show-stopping looks, appeal, and drives incredibly well with all of the upgrades it has seen. However, please keep in mind that this car is a complete restomod with none of the factory drivetrain components and therefore cannot verify it to be an original RS, SS, or RS/SS born car. We try to do our very best to be accurate in our description writing we are human and do make mistakes.
Although this car looks absolutely stunning, please understand that this is still a 50 year old car with imperfections as it wasn't restored yesterday and has some mileage since the build. As with all classic cars, it will need odds and ends down the road as you begin to drive it more often but still nonetheless an iconic and one of the most sought-after classic cars that you will be proud to own and very happy to drive in!
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