800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This real-deal 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS is already pretty darn desirable. But when you see this has the correct factory color combination and numbers-matching V8, then it starts to become a truly rare collectible. And the cherry on top is you get to enjoy it all from the comfort of an A/C interior.
Butternut Yellow is the factory-correct color. It was already quite bright, but this example benefits from a more recent respray that really gives it a nice glow. It provides the perfect backdrop to highlight the contrasting black bumblebee stripe, premium black vinyl top, and blacked-out hidden headlights of the Rally Sport front end. The overall effect is almost like a two-tone that's both aggressive and attractive. In fact, the trim tag tells us this was not only born with the RS package, but also it's a true Super Sport! So it's one of the few that get to wear the hood trim and SS badging with true original pride. And speaking of pride, the chrome bumpers and all the trim were recently refreshed, so the whole car radiates with the look of top care.
The black interior goes well with all the black accents of the exterior. But because this is a factory deluxe setup, it's not a complete sea of darkness. Not only do you get the crisp white accenting on the upholstery, but this also means premium door panels with full armrest. It may seem like a little thing, but it's the details that really make this interior exceptional. Good carpeting, a taut headliner, and a smooth dash make the interior feel inviting. Front bucket seats, a center console, auxiliary gauges, and a large speedo and tach setup all combine to make this a great driver's classic. And they really want to keep the vintage atmosphere in this RS/SS. That's why the Delco AM/FM radio is still cranking out tunes, and the air conditioning was upgraded to modern R134a refrigerant, but it uses the stock controls.
The 350 cubic-inch V8 under the hood has a stock style, and that's for a very good reason. This is the verified numbers-matching motor. But originality doesn't mean missing out on the big investments, and the way this one fires up and runs reaffirms good care. The Powerglide automatic transmission is also believed to be original to this coupe, and it was rebuilt within the last few years to remain a smooth shifter. Power steering, power brakes, and a modern tread behind those classic redline tires are all part of what makes this true classic a true cruiser, too.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the rare opportunity at a true RS/SS coupe, and it's presented with the kind of investments that let you drive with pride on day one. Call now!
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