1967 Chevrolet Camaro$69,900

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Price: $69,900
Contact: View Original Ad from Hemmings
Location: Charlotte, NC
Price Analysis: Poor Deal, 18.0 % above market avg. What's this?
SUMMARY</p>327 cubic inch Chevrolet V8700R4 4-speed automatic transmissionCustom leather interiorVintage Air conditioning18-inch Boyd Coddington wheelsMetallic Burgundy paint / Pinstripe Rally StripesPower steering4-wheel disc brakesModern audio12-bolt rear axle<p>For most enthusiasts the privilege of owning a classic car isnt about numbers or return on investment. Its about heading out on the weekend and having a little bit of fun. Its about making a statement and turning heads. Its about the excitement of putting the wind in their face and the roar of an American V8 at their back. Thats why rides like this awesome Camaro have such a loyal following. Sure youll probably see another one at the show. And it might not turn into a six-figure asset over the next decade. But its cool its stylish its unique and most importantly it provides a whole lot of enjoyment! Want to make it yours? Your friends at RK Motors Charlotte are happy to help!</p><p>BODYWORK/TRIM</p><p>The beneficiary of a calculated ground-up restoration this first-year Camaro is the product of a lot of time spent sweating details. From its straight panels to its Metallic Burgundy 2-stage the cars rock-solid metal displays great craftsmanship thats highlighted by unique pinstripe Rally Stripes. Not surprisingly every seam on this Main Street king has been aligned to better-than-factory fit. When you step close to the cars mirror-like pigment youll find flat surfaces that have traveled mere weekend miles since they were stripped to bare metal. And ultimately it all adds up to one very impressive classic that looks right at home reflecting summertime car shows!</p><p>With balanced proportions and crisp detailing the first generation Camaro is an inherently good-looking design. At the front of this drop-top a billet-trimmed grille hangs traditional headlights and 67-exclusive parking lamps above a polished bumper. At the top of that grille a custom Camaro header emblem leads the eye to a flat hood polished wipers stainless-trimmed glass and power-operated canvas. At the sides of that hood the cars smooth profile centers GM door handles and a bowtie-branded mirror above tweaked fender emblems. And at the back of that profile custom taillights illuminate a D80 deck spoiler a second polished bumper a billet fuel filler and a custom valance thats molded around custom exhaust tips.</p><p>ENGINE</p><p>In its heyday Chevrolets 327 cubic inch small block played the role of all things to all people. Introduced in 1962 it was marketed as an affordable performance offering in GMs Chevrolet and Holden lines was perfectly suited for utilitarian duty in Checker cabs and eventually powered the niche Avanti II. Stare in to this panthers smooth engine bay and youll find a polished and painted 327 thats rebuilt reliable and ready to roll! Power originates when wind whips from a polished low-profile air cleaner in to a coated Edelbrock carburetor which is fed by polished fluid lines and a coated mechanical pump. That air/fuel mixture travels to a polished Edelbrock Performer Air-Gap intake which rides between cast iron heads billet valve covers and matching billet breathers. Sparks get sequenced from an upgraded HEI distributor to thick Accel Ultra Hi-Temperature Ferro-Spiral cables. Spent gases roar through aluminized pipes via coated long-tube headers. Charge comes courtesy of a chrome alternator which spins beside a coated AC compressor and an aluminum water pump. A beefy aluminum radiator makes good use of dual electric puller fans and a polished bowtie cap. And details like braided hoses a polished expansion tank a quality Lokar throttle linkage and Eddie Motorsports hood supports create attractive purposeful aesthetics.</p><p>DRIVETRAIN/SUSPENSION</p><p>Park this Camaro on a lift and youll find solid undercoated floorpans that span a roster of upgraded componentry. Behind the 327 a proven 700R4 4-speed perched on a tubular crossmember twists power to a tough 12-bolt axle. That axle