213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Four-wheel disc brakes, four-on-the-floor, and an awesome big block under the hood are what make this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS a true performance package. Of course, all you had to do was get a glance at the real-deal Rally Sport to know it was one mean machine.
The shiny jet-black paint looks like it is out to consume all of the light around it. As a true Rally Sport, you have the potential for a terrific blackout front end. The hidden headlight doors may need servicing, but this is also from the years of electric control. The mean attitude is continued on the front air dam, rear spoiler, and the massive power dome fiberglass hood. This full deep, dark package is only broken up by a well-done brightwork setup on the thin bumpers, hood pins, and trim that flows over the wheel arches and meets the rocker panels. And the 18-inch Boyd Coddington alloy wheels add to the shine while also giving this the intimidating stance of a street machine. And this coupe is for more than just appearance. As you look at the full package, you see a sharp-looking Camaro that you also won't be afraid to really enjoy to the fullest. When you see all the upgrades to the motor and suspension, you'll know exactly why this was made to be driven.
The red interior looks like lava flowing from within. The seats, carpets, door panels, and headliner have the fresh kind of look from a solid investment later in life. As much as this is a custom build, it did come from the factory as a four-speed center console car, and so there are hints of its originality in interesting places like the Delco AM radio that's still there for display. But when it comes to getting down to business, this Camaro doesn't disappoint. The three-spoke RS steering wheel, auxiliary gauges, and Hurst cue ball shifter all let you know there is some serious power to enjoy under the hood.
When you pop the hood, don't get blinded by all of the polished components. Then again, it's impossible to miss this 454 cubic-inch big block V8. This crate motor was built with all the goodies you would want, including a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and Hooker long tube headers that feed an H-pipe performance dual exhaust. But more than just street-eating power, this big block is backed up by reliable components such as a Mallory electronic ignition, steel braided lines, and an aluminum radiator. The mighty big block fires up readily as it makes a nice growl from the H-pipe Flowmaster dual exhaust. You have complete control over this total power package and its soundtrack thanks to the Muncie four-speed manual transmission. In fact, control is a central theme to this build where you have subframe connectors, traction bars, modern ZR-rated tires, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
This real-deal Rally Sport is the aggressive big block bad guy. And you'll feel sooooo good driving it. Call today!!!
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