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1967 Chevrolet Camaro

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Simple is good when it comes to building stealthy street machines. This cool 1967 Camaro SS fits the bill perfectly, with a subtle silver paint job, a thumping L79 Corvette motor under the hood, and a handsome interior that's a comfortable place to do business. It seems like every Camaro is Hugger Orange, but if you're looking for something a little more sophisticated and a little less flashy, this silver hardtop is the smart choice. But subtle doesn't mean boring, because the timeless Camaro shape is still one of the finest of the muscle car era. There's no way of knowing whether this is a real SS, but does it really matter? A cowl-induction hood gives it a predatory stance, but there are no SS stripes advertising the power underneath, which is kind of refreshing. Proper 'Camaro' and 'SS' badges have been fitted, giving this one a very stock look to the untrained eye. But you can rest assured that nobody will overlook it on the street, not with that rumbling L79 under the hood. The interior is also quite stock, which means handsome buckets with recent seat covers, correct black carpets, and a standard instrument panel with gauges. Upgrades include a monster tach and shift light on the steering column, a trio of auxiliary gauges mounted down low, and a late-model Z28 steering wheel whose design clearly mimics the string-wrapped steering wheels of racing's early years. The slick-shifting Hurst 4-speed offers an industrial look poking out of the transmission tunnel, suggesting that this is a bare-knuckle street fighter, which fits its image perfectly. The original AM radio remains in the dash, too, so you know the money was spent where it counts, not on weight-adding speakers. Open the trunk and you'll find a rust-free floor pan, as well as a new reproduction mat that fits better than most. If there was any question about this car's intentions, they vanish when you open the hood and see the vintage 1965 Corvette-spec L79 small block. Displacing 327 cubic inches and making a robust 350 horsepower, it was the ultimate small block street motor in the 1960s. Upgrades include some chrome bits like the valve covers and air cleaner, a high-rise intake manifold, an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor, and long-tube headers, all of which conspire to eke even more power out of the hot 327. But hot doesn't mean overheating, thanks to a massive aluminum radiator and a brightly polished fan shroud. You can also forget luxuries like power steering and brakes, because a street brawler like this has no need for power-sapping options like that. Finally, handsome Rally wheels wear staggered 215/65/15 front and 255/60/15 rear BFGoodrich T/A radials. This SS represents a ton of performance for not a lot of cash. Call today!

Reference Number 161348

as of 2/3/2012

Car 1967 Chevrolet Camaro
Mileage 1 miles 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
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