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Some Camaros are built to look mean, but this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS convertible is out to remind you that performance can also be classy. The perfect coordinating combination of colors inside and out is joined by its correct small-block under the hood to be the smartest looking vintage muscle machine out there.
Granada Gold is the factory-correct a color, and this was given a respray later in life that also included a bit more metallic. So it really lets this precious metal color radiate in the sunlight... and that's always nice to see on a convertible. The trim tag tells us this is a real-deal Rally Sport, and that blacked-out hidden headlight front end has a timeless look against the gold paint. Plus, the D91 stripe around the nose and new black convertible top all coordinate to make a well-done total package. It has great-looking bumpers, complete trim, and straight panels. The Rally wheel package was upgraded with a 14/15 inch front/rear stagger to give it a sporty stance, so that this one shows fast with class.
If you like the way the black roof looks in place, then you'll love taking it down to show off the all-black interior. This has a terrific look that tells you someone invested nicely here. And the sea of darkness is broken up by the white accenting on the Deluxe trim - another way this one really shows off its vintage and chic attitude. It keeps a classic look with the desirable center console, and even the upgraded AM/FM radio looks quite correct with its knob-style presentation. You slip behind the original RS wheel, and look at the factory gauge arrangement set in the European-inspired dual pod design. It's a total feeling the defines vintage cool.
Under the hood is Chevrolet's trusty and powerful 327 cubic-inch V8. This is an era-correct motor, and it's believed to be original to the car. So we especially like it dressed nicely with Chevy orange paint on the block, intake, and valve covers. No outrageous add-ons, just the cool factory-style 327 callout in a package with tidy belts, wires, and hoses. So this one really shows off its originality with pride. This has the kind of good maintenance that means it fires up with ease and runs like a good small-block should. Add in the Powerglide automatic transmission and power steering, and this makes it an easy choice for weekend cruising.
This is a first-year Camaro RS convertible that looks great and drives with confidence. It makes for the kind of classic you're going enjoy to the fullest. Call today!!!
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