800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This is the muscle car that refuses to be ignored. With bright red paint, a wicked exhaust note, and serious stroker V8 power means this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is one hot coupe that won't stay long in our showroom.
This coupe really gives you the best of both worlds. It embraces the clean lines that came on the inaugural year for this icon. In fact, you can really tell there was time and care in keeping the panels straight. These classic lines always look great in a cherry red color. But more than just bright paint, there's a dark side with the black dual stripes that consume the hood, run down the trunk, and even go over the rear spoiler. The aggressive cowl hood that came from '69 Camaro also clue people in on the car's upgraded performance (more in that in a moment.)
The interior was changed from parchment to a muscle car friendly black. So not only do you get a nice complementing color to the exterior accents, but also it feels far fresher than factory. Camaro fans know the white stripes in this signal the premium interior, and this one even has more premium features, like the center console and power windows. It really has a great classic feeling, from the thin & grippy three-spoke steering wheel, to the factory AM/FM radio that's still cranking out tunes. But once you twist the key, you'll hear a deep roar that tells you the motor is far from stock.
Under the hood is a mean and clean presentation. It's a 383 stroker V8 that's believed to have only around 500 miles on it (and all the fresh components back up that feeling.) More than just big block displacement in a small block package, this V8 has been enhanced further. It includes a Holley four-barrel carburetor, performance intake, and long tube headers feeding the thunderous dual exhaust. While this Camaro has wild power, it's quite easy to harness it all thanks to power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and power brakes w/discs up front.
This first-year Camaro has a great classic look with a seriously upgraded performance heart. So you're looking at a total package icon that's ready to roll. Call now!
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