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This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is coming off of two decades of ownership, and good care also means great upgrades like fuel-injected small block power, an A/C interior, and a bright style that loves to radiate. It's there to make sure this first-year Camaro is the one you're going to want to really own and drive.
The blue paint on this Camaro holds close to Camaro colors like Lemans Blue, but with the right tone and luster for added distinction. And glossy finish that loves to radiate extra bright when the sunshine hits the sheet metal. We are told the consignor has owned this car for over 20 years, and you can really tell the level of care just by the first impression. The doors shut solid, details like the drip rails are clean, and all the chrome from bumpers to Rally wheels is bright. A radiant finish like this is also a nice pairing with the white racing stripes. They kick off the sporty style that is continued with details like the dark grille, SS badging, cowl hood, and D80 rear spoiler.
The all-black interior sets the right tone you want in a driver's coupe. There's a clean dark presentation on the seats, door panels, and carpeting. You can tell this is a driver's car by the way it makes you a priority. That means low-back front bucket seats with a center console in-between. And there are the right extra details, like how the wood-rimmed sports steering wheel is on a tilt column. And this one keeps cool with the air conditioning running modern R134a refrigerant. Plus, everything from the vintage auxiliary readouts to the retro-style AM/FM digital tuner makes it a more complete driver's classic.
The engine bay has the clean look of a solid investment. The 327 cubic-inch V8 is a year-correct block that's well presented with its orange paint, shining valve covers, and matching air grabber. And while this has a classic look, there's now a FiTech electronic fuel injection system that makes for a terrific upgrade for both power and consistency. Plus, there are more performance pieces like the Weiand intake and powder-coated headers feeding the dual exhaust. It also has the right easy cruising features like a Powerglide automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes with discs up front.
The sale comes complete with build receipts and maintenance records. A cool blue on the outside, a driver-ready interior, and added pep from the V8 come together to make for a great cruising Camaro worthy of a new long-term owner. Call today!!!
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