4610 Pet Lane
The 1967 Chevrolet Camaro was the birth of a legend. So it's great to find an example that has been given the right care and investments along the way while still retaining plenty of stock style. That's why you'll be impressed with everything from the slick paint to the V8's presentation.
The factory-correct Medium Blue Metallic has a deep luster from recent professional respray, ensuring that you get even more radiance in the sunshine. And this high-quality paint loves to show off the high-quality body. The cowl hood and upgraded 17-inch alloy ARE wheels give this a bit of a speedy-style look. But there's more to it. For example, the modern alloys allow you to fit better modern tires. So while this is a stunner with shining paint and even brighter wheels, it's also made to be a more enjoyable classic on the road (a theme you'll recognize elsewhere, too.)
The sea of blue continues inside. It's well-done with bright/clean upholstery, plush carpeting, and smooth dash. It's a detail-oriented look, right down to the working dome light. True vintage lovers will particularly like the steering column, which appears factory and has the worn in feel from the generation of drivers before you. The only real upgrade you'll spot in this correct total package is a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner with upgraded speakers. It's a well-integrated piece that means you get proper driving music (another sign this one wants to hit the road.)
Under the hood is Chevrolet's trusty and powerful 327 cubic-inch V8. The fresh and bold orange on the block, valve covers, and intake really make stand out in the dark engine bay. This is a year-correct motor that's also believed to be original to the car! The V8 fires up nicely, and it's a strong runner. The Powerglide automatic transmission is great for easy driving. Plus, the upgrade front suspension and front disc brakes really keep you in tune with the road.
Here's a great classic coupe with the right upgrades for flair and enjoyment. So at a price like this, you know you need to hurry and call today!
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