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This 1967 Camaro is a real street machine! While it appears rather sedate and stock on the outside, under the hood is a completely different story! Raise the cowl induction hood and marvel at 454 cubic inches of Chevrolet V-8!! Not just a run of the mill 454 either, this bad boy has aluminum cylinder heads, high rise polished aluminum intake, big nasty four barrel double pumper carburetor, long tube headers, MSD billet distributor w/6AL ignition box, and chrome pullies, alternator, valve covers and air cleaner to make it visually appealing. Fire it up, and you'll find it audibly pleasing to your ears also. Nothing sounds better than big block American V8 horsepower! While this is a high performance engine, it starts easily, and idles very nicely. Not cold natured or ill tempered like some other big block cars. Power brakes? Check. Power steering? Check. This baby is as easy to drive as grandma's grocery getter, but a heck of a lot more fun! You get to row your own gears in this awesome classic, all five of them. Yes, this baby has overdrive for easy, economical(for a big block) highway cruising. Putting the power down is the job of GM's corporate 10 bolt rear axle w/positraction, aided by adjustable traction bars and sub frame connectors. This Camaro can easily overwhelm the rear tires at a mere touch of the throttle, but when it does hook, it launches nice and straight with no rear axle hop. On the outside, it's all stock appearing, talk about a sleeper! The black vinyl roof is in excellent condition, the bright red paint has a deep gloss, and all the body panels and gaps are nice and even. This being an RS model means you get the cool hide away headlights which makes for a really neat appearance. Black RS nose stripe, rallye wheels with trim rings, and white letter BFG's all add to this awesome combination! The interior is in excellent condition, features full instrumentation, center console, vinyl buckets up front, a wonderful feeling leather wrapped steering wheel, and even a trick blue tooth adapter for your tunes! Not that you need it, because the sound of power is the best song you'll ever hear! This is one truly trick Camaro, and if driving this baby doesn't give you the giggles, you better check your pulse! Stop in today or email [email protected] and put this fun machine in your garage! FEES TAX INFORMATION - We are a licensed dealer in the State of Florida and adhere to all state and federal laws and regulations concerning the sale of a used vehicle. All applicable taxes and fees will be charged accordingly as required by the State of Florida. A fee of $495.00 will be charged to process the vehicle.
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