213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible has a stock style everywhere from the correct color combo to its year-correct V8. But you can also see the right little upgrades along the way that keep this a cruiser-ready icon.
Red always has appeal on convertibles, and the trim tag says this Camaro is wearing its original shade of Bolero Red. It was given a quality respray later in life so that you get an attractive smooth finish, and while they were at it, there was also a nice set of black racing stripes added on top. Those always look good on a Camaro, especially when they coordinate with the chin spoiler, grille, and convertible top. And there are other sporty details, like the redline tires, Rally wheels, and D80 rear spoiler. And the idea of a good classic driver is competed by the quality fundamentals, like the good body lines and bright chrome bumpers.
With a flip of a switch, the top goes down to reveal the factory-correct black interior. So this offers a well-coordinated color combo with the roof on or off. Plus, it has a premium style with the white streak of the deluxe trim seats. In fact, this one is for detail lovers with working under-dash lights, a correct trunk mat, and the stock Delco AM radio there for a display. And the best driver\'s features are here with the grippy three-spoke steering wheel on a tilt column, front bucket seats, and a center console.
The 327 cubic-inch V8 is a bright heart in the center of the dark and tidy engine bay. This is a year-correct block, and the air grabber, decals, and valve covers all have a cool classic appearance. More than just a cool stock style, this V8 fires up and runs with the feeling of proper care. It all goes to the heart of the idea that this one was made for top-down cruising. That\'s why you also have a Powerglide automatic transmission, power steering, and a modern tread on the classic redline tires.
This is the Camaro convertible that\'s a cool and fun cruiser. It\'s a drop-top icon that\'s ready to hit the road. Call today!!!
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