Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Take some extra time to really look at this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS convertible. It's a real-deal Rally Sport and Super Sport. Plus, it has a great color combo, four-on-the-floor, and a recently rebuilt performance V8. So it really has a ton of appeal in an iconic package.
The first-ever year for the Camaro deserves to be bold, and the factory-correct Bolero Red does just that. After all, a bright color and a nice gloss always attracts attention. But there's much more going on here. The trim tag shows this is a real RS with the headlights hidden behind the blackout front panel. And the aggressive attractiveness continues on this one, because the trim tag shows it's likely a real Super Sport, it has SS badging, a deep chin spoiler, hood vents, and a full-width rear spoiler. And you'll love this one for more than just its performance appeal. The body panels have the look and gaps of a well-respected classic. And this convertible even looks great with the roof up because the new white convertible top goes so well with the dual strip package.
Inside is more of a well-coordinated package. The parchment looks nice on the doors and seats. Plus, the deluxe strato bucket seats have black trim to create a nice flow to the carpet and dash (both of which are new.) This is a factory center console car, and you even have the right classic pieces, like the auxiliary readouts placed within. But there's also been a nice upgrade to an AM/FM/CD stereo w/USB input to plug in your phone. Because after all, droptop cruising requires the best driving music. And speaking of driving, this one is all about the driver. That's why you have the grippy classic SS steering wheel with a newly rebuilt power steering, just beyond that is the large speedo and tach, and that Hurst Indy shifter is just calling out to your right hand.
When you lift the hood, you're going to see a very crisp presentation. If you're wondering why the motor looks so new, it's because it is! This is a 350 cubic-inch V8 that's still on its break-in oil. And they built this one with the right performance components. It's a four-bolt main block refreshed with Lunati camshaft & lifter, double roller timing set, new rings, Melling oil pump, brass freeze plugs, and a new valve job. This package is topped with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Weiand intake. The four-speed manual transmission has a new clutch, pressure plate, and throw-out bearing, and so you can confidently take full control of this fresh and powerful motor.
This is the real-deal RS/SS convertible that gets it right. So if you're looking for an icon with poise and pedigree, this is your droptop dream. Call today!!!
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