800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is an irresistible mix of originality and upgrades. It has that awesome classic style you love, small block power, and one of the most obtainable prices around for an iconic first-year coupe.
We were introduced to the Camaro for the first time ever in 1967, and Chevy seems to go right for the enthusiasts' hearts. After all, a pillarless hardtop would come to define this era of classic cars, and the Camaro also added in seductive curves in the rear fender, too. The upgrade to black paint gives this car an instant appeal. It has a good gloss in the sunshine, but the overall finish will never make you nervous to take it out for some fun. So that makes for an ideal Sunday driver. Plus, you have all the best first gen sporty pieces, like the cowl hood, blackout grille, polished Rally wheels, and a bumblebee stripe in a boldly contrasting white.
Inside, the factory black interior gives this car a nice and dark attitude. And as you peek in, you'll notice a rare feature. The Strato split-bench front seat with fold-down armrest was not seen too often in the first years, and there are even fewer that are around today. But this code-H car was born with this distant and useful setup. And speaking of useful, the carpeting, door panel, dash, headliner, and more all have a clean look that makes this a nice place to spend some time. There's even an upgraded AM/FM radio for better driving music.
The bold orange presentation of the 327 cubic-inch small block looks terrific radiating within the dark engine bay. It gives a nice balance of stock style with a hint of radiating power. That fits this car's theme quite well. It was born an optional V8 car, and the year-correct block is believed to be original to the car. Plus, this one fires up easily, idles smoothly, and gives all the right signs of a well-respected coupe that's ready to hit the road. You even have cruising friendly pieces, like Powerglide automatic transmission and wide radial tires.
This Camaro has that right feel of a true classic on the road and a little added flair to making driving extra fun. So if you're looking for a first-year coupe for a terrific price, this black stallion is hard to beat. Call now!
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