Here's a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro that's a real-deal Rally Sport, has big block power, four-on-the-floor, a comfy A/C interior, and much more. So this is about the right time to realize your dream Camaro is staring you right in the face.
This one makes a terrific first impression. After all, we all love the first-year Camaros, and this one has all the right pieces. The concealed headlights of the Rally Sport package give this an aggressive face. They resprayed the factory-correct Bolero Red for plenty of added luster. Plus, this paint highlights some great upgrades like the dual white stripes and cowl induction hood. And don't be surprised if plenty of people point out those factory wheel covers. They're the kind of base equipment that usually come on Yenko's COPO cars. But more than just an aggressive RS, this one has an overall feeling of quality that you see in the panel alignment and feel as the doors close with authority. It's because this coupe has been under the care of the same family most of its life.
The factory-correct black interior looks like it has received the right preservation/restoration over the last half-century. In fact, you'll see little signs that this has been a classic passed down through generations. For example, you still have the factory-style AM radio, and now its supplemented by an FM tuner that was likely added a decade or so later. More than just an interesting history, there's just something irresistible about a sports car with low back bucket seats and a center console. The three-spoke RS wheel w/power steering feels grippy in your left hand, and your right one may never want to leave the Hurst shifter. The upgraded gauges, including tach, tell you this is a driver's machine. Plus, the ice-cold R134a air conditioning upgrade means you can enjoy this Camaro any time of year.
Under the hood is a muscle machine done right. The upgrade to a 396 cubic-inch big block fills the engine bay with serious V8 power. And the clean setup with tidy wires and polished components tell you this was a carefully installed upgrade. In fact, there's even an aluminum radiator to make sure this big block stays running cool. It inhales deeply with the four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as long tube headers add even more power on their way to the H-pipe dual exhaust. And you have complete control over this big V8 and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the Muncie M20 four-speed manual transmission.
There's a ton of documents that come with the sale, including the original warranty card, owner's manual, service manuals, and maintenance records going back nearly two decades. This is the big block Camaro RS that has been treated like family, which makes for an ideal classic. Don't miss out, call today!