800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro gets it right exactly where it counts. You have enhanced small block power and a sharp-looking paint package. It makes the right way to deliver a first-year Camaro with extra sporty appeal.
This coupe makes a great first impression. The blue has a deep gloss and a metallic finish that gives an extra glow to highlight the good body lines and gaps. The silver racing stripes are more distinct than the usual white, and they also add to the extra metallic radiance that this coupe puts forward. And upgrades like the deep chin spoiler, D80 rear spoiler, and cowl hood give this a touch of Super Sport kind of style. A set of American racing wheels with a 17/18-inch front/rear stagger and wider rear set is the perfect addition. It gives you the right muscle car stance, and at the same time, it adds to the coupe's shining attitude.
The black interior is stylish and inviting. There's a nice look with recovered seats, a smooth dash, good carpeting, and a clean headliner. You'll even appreciate details like the center console and working dome light. It's the kind of space that you'll proudly share with family and friends, especially because the full dark style shows less dirt. And there's even an AM/FM stereo with upgraded speakers and Bluetooth to entertain them all. But when you grab the three-spoke steering wheel, it gives you the right kind of driver's tingle that reminds you that you don't need anyone else to have fun with this Camaro.
The engine bay has a fresh and clean look, and that's because you have a fresher 350 cubic-inch crate motor. This has been upgraded further with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock aluminum intake, and a sweet-sounding H-pipe dual exhaust. The Powerglide automatic transmission is a fun choice to have, especially if you have some quarter-mile aspirations for the car. Plus, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and modern sport tires make this a good cruiser.
This first-year Camaro has upgraded small block power and a distinctive style to make for an all-around fun hardtop. Call now!
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