614 E. Auto Center Dr.
If you're looking for a cool cruising Chevy, we can show you something else in our inventory. Instead, this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS Pro Street is a dual-quad big block supercharged machine that can eat up any asphalt from the boulevard to the dragstrip. The fact that this professional build also happens to be made from one of your favorite classic American sports car icons is just the cherry on top.
The first thing you're going to notice is that we call this a 1967 but the body is obviously a 1969. That's because the chassis is a '67 car. So you get the best of it all with the year that launched the legend and the best style lines of the first gen. And best of all, this one has the crisp lines of a solid investment. The mauve paint has a sleek finish and a terrific metallic luster that loves to show off the well-done hardtop body. And this has all the best features you want, like the Rally Sport hidden headlight front end. And it's also upgraded to a Super Sporty style with the grille, rear spoiler, badging, and attractive D90 stripe done in silver. Plus, there are so many ways this one announces it was custom-built for intimidation. The monster motor cannot be contained by a hood. The Centerline Outlaw wheels show off the low stance, especially in the rear that's tubbed to fit the massive Mickey Thompson tires.
The interior gives you a few nice concessions, like full carpeting, proper roll-up windows, full headliner, and custom side panels that go with the mauve and gray theme of the exterior. It all even has the kind of fresh look you want in a well-done classic. But really, we all can see from the first glance that this is a professional-grade setup. You get a custom safety cage painted to match the exterior silver stripes. You and your passenger strap into high-back racing bucket seats with Tiger harnesses. A sports steering wheel, a B&M Pro Ratchet shifter, and a full AutoMeter Pro-Comp Ultra-Lite gauge package puts a very speedy package firmly in your hands.
A hood does come with the sale if you want to modify it for this Camaro, but quite frankly, a motor with this much flair and power deserves to always be on display. The base of this build is a big block V8 enlarged to displace 468ci total. And while that's a monster displacement, you instantly see the twin Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetors that feed the awesome BDS Racing 8-71 blower. It's built with all the right pieces you want, like Edelbrock aluminum heads, strong fabricated valve covers, steel braided lines with AN fittings, an electric fuel pump, MSD billet distributor, and an aluminum radiator with electric fans. The ceramic-coated long tube headers add even more power to this package as they help the dual exhaust rumble with intimidation. The TH400 is a stout unit with a stall, and it feeds a limited-slip 9-inch rear end. As you look underneath, you'll see a clean build. You'll also spot performance pieces like the beefed-up ladder bar rear end, subframe bracing, and four-wheel power disc brakes. While this is a professional-grade setup, the point of a pro street machine is to also be able to be the kind of car you can take to a cruise-in, cars & coffee, or even just a favorite boulevard on a Saturday night. So this one makes sure it is quite driver-friendly with a good idle, a streetable nature, and it even runs on pump gas.
This Camaro has the mean look of a true power car, and it also has the fit and finish of an award-worthy custom. So it can provide true competition on the racetrack or the show fields, and that makes for an awesome pro street machine. Call today!!!
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