213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro has been upgraded with a 420+ hp stroker V8, four-wheel discs, sleek looks, a performance-ready interior, and more. So while the style pays tribute to the Super Sport coupes, this one has been given the right investments to run circles around those cars.
First-generation Camaros are always iconic, but you can instantly tell there is something extra special going on with this one. You could get your car finished in silver from Chevy, but it never looked like this. It's a modern paint called Chrome Sliver, and in fact, the hue was borrowed from Nissan's speedy machines. It gives this coupe an extra sleek presence that it utilizes fully with more upgrades like the deleted body badging. Plus, the modern Intro alloys have a staggered 18/20 inch front/rear stance on a lowered suspension for a very aggressive look. But even with these upgrades, this one always loves to show off its vintage flair with great first-gen SS-style pieces, like the deep chin spoiler, full-width rear spoiler, and power bulge in the cowl hood.
The black interior looks terrific against the silver exterior, and the low-back bucket seats are always preferable in a pillarless hardtop like this. You can tell they made a nice investment inside, and there's even an upgraded retro-style AM/FM/cassette stereo. But you also instantly recognize that the biggest upgrades were all about making it a better performance machine. You get a grippy sport steering wheel, power steering, Lokar shifter, and upgraded pedals. The full gauge package is now a white-faced AutoMeter setup that looks crisp in this dark interior, and it includes a large Phantom speedo and tach as well as a full auxiliary trio.
Under the hood is a motor that's ready to show off. We dare you to find another component that can be polished. As you dig into the details, you'll even see nice supporting pieces like the upgraded pulleys and aluminum radiator w/electric fan. In fact, all that shine makes the rubber gasket around that air topper really stand out. It seals the air element to the fresh air cowl hood, and that's your first real sign that there's plenty of substance within this style. This is a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8. It's a four-bolt main block enhanced and fortified with a Scat steel crank, Scat steel rods, forged pistons, upgraded heads, and a hefty Comp Cams camshaft. It inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and exhales with authority as headers feed the dual exhaust. The full power package is rated at 423 horsepower and 424 ft-lb of torque - and we have the dyno sheet to prove it! The stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is built for performance with a shift kit, 3800 stall, extra clutch packs, and heavy duty sprag. This feeds a 3.55 Positraction rear end for versatile and confident driving. Plus, you have a fully upgraded driving experience with frame connectors, a rear sway bar, modern performance tires, and Wilwood drilled & slotted four-wheel disc brakes.
Complete with maintenance records, this Camaro has been restored to be sleek, strong, and absolutely awesome. Call today!!!
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