A distinguished factory-correct color package, iconic design elements, an upgraded V8, and the control of a four-speed – this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro convertible is the perfect droptop sets the pace for iconic classics.
People who know Camaros will instantly start asking you about this color combo. Ermine White with bright blue accents is how the first ever Camaro showed up to be the pace car of the Indy 500. So this is one of the most in-demand packages around. And what will really stun fans is that this convertible was born in these colors. This original iconic package is also why there was a restoration later in life to keep these looking bright. And there was much more invested in this convertible, too. It was given the full Super Sport upgrade with the deep chin spoiler, louvered hood, full-width D80 spoiler, and all that SS badging. Plus, it was given the pace car's special D91 blue SS stripe on the nose. A classic like this deserves good brightwork, so everything from the mirror-like bumpers to the upgraded Torq Thrust wheels look like they've received the proper attention. And of course, when you want a Camaro that people will remember, nothing beats the Rally Sport package with blacked-out grille and concealed headlights.
As good as this one looks with the white top in place, it's even better when you fold down the roof. Where the exterior is white with a blue accent, the color scheme changes roles inside. That's what you get with a factory-correct bright blue interior with the white streak included in the deluxe package. All the colors feel especially vibrant thanks to a recent investment. Your right hand is going to love the cue ball shifter, and your left one easily grips the correct thin sports steering wheel. Plus, there's an auxiliary gauge trio under the dash that help you keep a clear eye on the motor.
The 350 cubic-inch V8 looks great in the engine bay with the bright air topper, matching valve covers, and bold orange block. The motor is younger than the car, and this vibrant personality looks like it's radiating power. It backs up this powerful impression with upgrades like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, and a set of long tube headers. And you have complete control of this V8 and its high-octane soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. But a convertible this nice is also meant to be an easy any time cruiser. That's why it also has comfortable driving features like the power steering, front disc brakes, and newer Uniroyal Tiger Paw tires.
This was born a V8 and four-speed in these cool colors, and along the way people have only made the right investments to enhance its great classic presence. So no matter if you're looking to create the best pace car replica or just want a head-turning droptop, this Camaro convertible is that ideal classic. Call today!!!