Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Take some extra time to really look at this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS. It's a real-deal Rally Sport and Super Sport with a great color combo, on the four-on-the-floor, and an upgraded suspension. And the fuel-injected Vortec V8 under the hood tells you this restomod is a classic made for modern fun.
The trim tag tells a very impressive story on this coupe. It says this was born a Bolero Red coupe, which is always a desirable color. It only gets better with a proper respray that makes sure it continues to have a good gloss in the sunshine. Good panel alignment and bright chrome give you the right fundamental qualities you want. The trim tag shows this is a real Rally Sport with the headlights hidden behind the blackout front panel. And the aggressive attractiveness continues on this one because the trim tag also shows it's also a real 350 Super Sport. It has the right SS pieces like the badging, a deep chin spoiler, and a full-width rear spoiler. It's a sharp-looking style that makes for a nice driver. And while this doesn't stray too far from stock, you do get some nice subtle upgrades. For example, the cowl hood was part of the later first-gen, there are LED taillights, and the D91 stripe is painted instead of a decal. And while American Racing Torq Thrust wheels have a cool vintage style, the larger 17-inch size means a better stance and better tires.
The vintage appearance continues when you open the door. This stylish black deluxe interior not only gives you the crisp white accenting on the upholstery, but also it gives you premium door panels with a full armrest. It may seem like a little thing, but it's the details that really make this interior attractive. It's the same reason you love seeing the light in the sail panels illuminate when the door opens. The carpeting, headliner, and dash are all part of the good look of a clean driver. And there's an Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo for better driving music. This Super Sport knows how to speak directly to the driver with features like a center console, a tilt steering column, auxiliary gauges, a large tach, and a Hurst shifter.
Filling the engine bay is a modern fuel-injected 5.3-liter Vortec V8. This motor is the new generation of Chevy powerhouses that have earned a reputation for delivering plenty of power and torque in a stout package. And the full Holley Sniper EFI system enhances the performance and overall usability of this fuel-injected upgrade. There are also nice surroundings components like MSD coils, an aluminum radiator, Optima red top battery, and long tube Hooker headers. The four-speed manual transmission gives you full control over the power, and the X-pipe dual exhaust gives it a fantastic soundtrack. And this feels solid on the road thanks to upgrades like tubular front A-arms, rear traction bars, and Wilwood power brakes with drilled & slotted front disc calipers.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the rare opportunity at a true RS/SS coupe with a modern fuel-injected heart. So if you're looking for an icon with poise and pedigree, this is your dream. Call today!!!
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