In June of 1966, General Motors called for an automotive press conference at the Detroit Statler Hilton Hotel, with little to no evidence of the event. Automotive journalists had just recently started hearing rumors about a potential competitor for the Mustang, but they had yet to learn when it would be or what it would be called. The attention was unwavering while Chevrolet product managers addressed the crowd before finally unraveling the name 'Camaro.' When asked what the name stood for, the folk at Chevy exchanged smiles before answering, "a small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs." The stage was set, and a worthy rival for the Mustang was introduced a year later, and one of them is the beautiful 1967 Chevrolet Camaro that is currently up for sale.
Much like its rival, the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro was compact and aggressive. The car's body had a sporty, fastback shape with a long, sloping roofline and a short decklid. Textbook styling of what a pony car should be. The Camaro also had several design elements that gave it its iconic and unmistakable appearance. These included hidden headlights neatly behind the front fenders, a strip of chrome trim that ran along the sides of the car, and a set of taillights that wrapped around the corners of the rear panel. Oh, and who can forget the racing stripes, which we must admit looks beautiful on the red exterior of this specific car. Overall, the 1967 Camaro was a stylish and attention-grabbing car that really embodied the spirit of the muscle car era. The interior of the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro was designed for driver comfort while still preserving elements of sportiness. The dashboard featured a set of gauges that were easy to read, and the seats were supportive and comfortable, with bucket seats in the front and a bench seat in the rear. The owner reports that seatbelts were added to the rear seats in compassion to his passengers and that the dash sports a stereo that might need some maintenance. Still, the overall condition of this car is undeniably good.
As for power, this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro looks upon a 350ci V8 engine that the current owner reports were installed just a few years ago, and was set up as a SS (Super Sport). The car drives via a 4-speed manual transmission and has recently had its drum brakes redone.
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