The Chevrolet Camaro is a pony car that first rolled out of Chevrolet dealerships in 1966 for the 1967 model year. Spanning over six generations of looks, handling, and power, it was the response to the Ford Mustang — a rivalry that's still alive today. Bearing the honor of being a first-generation Camaro, this Restomod 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible appears to be free from rust and other body blemishes. It's stationed in Maryland, has been garaged, and holds the iconic 350ci V8 engine under its hood.
This smoking hot Restomod 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible is painted in red and features RS styling. Up front is a 2" cowl hood, and underneath is a Flowmaster ceramic exhaust with Ceramic-coated headers. The white convertible top on this Camaro is new, and this car comes with two sets of wheels: A chrome set and an American Racing black anodized set. The cabin of this Camaro is finished in a classic white and black combination. It is fitted with Pro Car Rally front seats and the original bench backseat with new leather. The dash includes new Autometer Phantom gauges. A 1,000-watt amp connected to a full stereo system and subwoofer can be found in the trunk.
The 5.7L 350ci V8 engine featuring under the hood of this Camaro is equipped with dual electric fans, serpentine system, aluminum radiator, and nylon braided hoses with fittings. With a Turbo 400 3-speed automatic transmission feeding power to its wheels, this engine has 395 bhp and 380 lb-ft of torque when it was new. The totally redone suspension ensures this 1967 Camaro Restomod handles the way it should, if not better. The vehicle is fitted with tubular upper and lower control arms, and the front wheels feature Wilwood disc brakes behind them.