With multiple variations and options to pick from, customizing your Chevrolet Camaro back in the 60s was a treat. Fast forward to today and you may come across a car with unique options ticked off, like this lovely 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Convertible. This car sports the best of both worlds and is in great condition thanks to a nut and bolt frame-off restoration in 1999. With a surprise under the hood and looks to kill, its time you spiced up your weekend drives with this American legend.
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Convertible sports a black exterior with the body and paint looking good for its age. The owner reports that the car's body and chassis were sandblasted to bare steel during restoration. The car also reportedly has new door skins, new body panels, and a new powered convertible top finished off in white to match the iconic SS stickering. The car's exterior is protected by a paint protection film on the body. Keeping with its factory looks the car also rides on wheels that closely represent the factory wheels with Chevrolet center caps. The black interior on this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Convertible is the perfect place to be when hearing that V8 roar. The interior is almost factory spec except for a few tasteful upgrades which include gauges to monitor performance and an upgraded gear shifter.
With an SS performance package, you had the 350ci or the bigger 396ci engines under the hood as stock; this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Convertible takes it up a notch and sports a 427ci (7.0L) engine, the engine is reported to have been rebuilt. While the engine upgrade was a big performance bump up the car also sees more modifications which include a Roller cam, Rockers, TRW pistons, 4 barrel Holly carburetor, MSD electronic ignition, stainless headers, and a stainless dual exhaust to better hear the V8 roar. The seller reports that the car now has a new Richmond 6-speed manual transmission, this makes for better gearing and power delivery to the rear wheels more efficiently. The gearbox also sees upgrades in the form of a new disc plate, Hays Steel bell housing and a Center Force clutch. Handling is also improved with the car now reportedly sporting new ball joints, springs and suspension bushings, power steering, and power brakes for extra stopping power.
1967 MY Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Convertible Nut & bolt frame off restoration in 1999 Body and chassis sand blasted to bare steel New ball joints reported New springs reported New suspension bushings reported New door skins reported New body panels reported New powered convertible top Stainless headers Stainless dual exhaust New Richmond 6-speed manual transmission reported Hays Steel bell housing Center force clutch New disc plate reported Rebuilt 427ci Bolt Main engine Roller cam Rockers TRW pistons 4 barrel Holly carburetor MSD electronic ignition Power steering Power brakes Paint protection film on body
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