Owning a car that you can enjoy on the weekends or a drive down some twisty roads can be a very confusing decision. On one hand, you might want the comforts of a modern car, such as ice-cool AC and some good tunes coupled with a whole lot of performance and on the other hand, you might want to throw it back and drive something vintage with no distractions, just you and the car. Thankfully nowadays there are a host of customization professionals that can make your classic slightly modern. Finding the perfect mix of vintage and modern can be a tough one, that is until you've set your eyes on this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro. Located in California this Chevrolet Camaro has a Full Pro-Touring build and has less than a reported 1,000 miles after its build.
The Sixties Chevrolet Camaro is an awe-inspiring sight to this day. Whilst this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro has had some modifications done to it very little has gone into the bodywork and exterior of the car making this car retain all its iconic body lines and muscle car features. This Camaro sports a House of Kolor Cobalt Blue exterior which gives it a modern look whilst also paying close attention to those vintage styling ques. The car sits on a set of black Foose alloy wheels which adds a nice modern touch as well. Whilst the exterior is fairly original the predominantly black interior has a lot of custom components. The dashboard is finished off in Cobalt Blue to match the exterior. Sitting in the driver's seat, you would notice an upgraded steering wheel with the Chevrolet logo in the middle and in front of that, a Dakota digital dash. If you are in the mood for a lazy and chilled-out drive, the vintage AC system can definitely help. The nickel AC vents also match the original nickel components on the dashboard. You also get a luggage compartment that runs through to the back of the car which consists of cup holders for the driver and passengers.
The modern feature of this car is mostly present with what's under the hood and the components that help the car come alive. Powering this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is an all-aluminum 5.7L LS1 motor that is also accompanied by many performance parts. The upgraded power is sent to the rear wheels through a T56 6-speed manual transmission. An increase in power calls for more stopping power and this is made possible with disc brakes all around. You also can actually enjoy the major increase in power in this car thanks to an Art Morrison front chassis and rear 4-link suspension in place to hold the car together and rack and pinion steering for better steering abilities.
Car Location: Florida
Full Pro-Touring build
Less than 1000 on the build since completed
Art Morrison front chassis and rear 4-link
Rack pinion steering
4 wheel disc brakes
All aluminum LS1 treated to many performance goodies
T56 6-speed transmission
Full custom interior
Dakota digital dash
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