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With its ultra-slick black paint, fuel-injected V8, upgraded suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, six-speed transmission, and a ton of other fresh investments, this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS has been restored to be a powerful icon with everyday appeal.
Black paint always brings out the sinister side of a first-year Camaro RS. They really sent plenty of time and money making sure that this coupe has a slick and intimidating appearance. The restoration on this Camaro took place in 2014, and there are less than 320 miles on it since then, so the finish still looks like a black mirror. Bright chrome bumpers, complete trim, and straight sheetmetal complete this upper-class look. Plus, there's plenty of extra aggression with Super Sport style pieces, like the deep chin spoiler, vented hood, and full-width rear spoiler. And the 18-inch Boss alloys not only turn the performance feeling up a notch, but also they hint at the modern upgrades within.
When you open the door, there's more of that fresh feeling that comes from a proper restoration. The seats, door panels, dash, headliner, and carpeting all look and feel like someone has taken the time to install correct replacement pieces. Plus, here are features you're going to love, like the Retrosound radio that has a classic look but a digital tuner, Bluetooth, and a aux input for your iPod. And the power windows let you show off this pillarless hardtop without leaving the driver's seat. But the pieces you're going to love the most are what enhance the performance experience. You have a Grant GT sports steering wheel, and beyond that is a full AutoMeter gauge panel that gives you the full info. And have you counted the gears on the shifter yet?
You can instantly see that the engine bay has received a ton of the right investments. It's a tidy setup that includes everything from nice hoses to case aluminum valve covers. But what you'll really love is the substance of it all. This is a 350 cubic-inch V8 that has been upgraded with FAST fuel-injection, an Edelbrock hi-rise intake, aluminum heads, Street Fire ignition, and long tube headers that feed a sweet sounding dual exhaust. It even has the right supporting components like upgraded pulleys w/serpentine belts, an Optima red top battery, and a BeCool aluminum radiator w/electric fans. So you have a powerful package that's built for dependable performance. And you are in complete control of it all thanks to the Tremec six-speed manual transmission. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you're going to see Global West reinforced A-arms up front w/adjustable coilovers and traction bars in the rear. Plus, power steering, modern grippy ZR-rated tires, and Wilwood drilled & slotted four-wheel disc brakes complete a package that makes this classic a fine modern performer.
This is the prestige of a first-year Camaro in a street-eating package that has the kind of comfort and control to leave you wanting for nothing. It's a vintage muscle car that does everything, including leave our showroom quickly, so you better call today!
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