A seminal muscle car from an era of automotive excess that will likely never be repeated. This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS represents all that is loved about the great American Muscle Car. Born and bred in the USA, the Camaro was initially offered in three packages: the RS, SS, and Z/28. This example features both SS and RS packages, and is also a convertible, making it similar in specification to the pace car of the 1967 Indianapolis 500.
Finished in a deep red with a black, power-retractable hood, the timeless lines of the Camaro are only enhanced by the SS badging and blacked-out grille. The SS pack adds air intakes, as well as a gamut of special badges and stripes to the exterior. The interior is trimmed in matching black leather and includes power windows, power steering, and servo-assisted brakes. A nice touch that adds a lot of practicality to this 60s-classic pony car is the factory-fitted air conditioner, which will go some way in improving the ambiance within the cabin on warm days.
With 295 hp from the 350ci (5.7l) V8 engine, the Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS puts out a reasonable power figure even by today’s standards. Being one of the earliest Camaros to enter production, the 5.7L is still highly desired today, despite the presence of larger-engine models such as the L35 and L78 V8s.
Car Location: Greenville, SC
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