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1967 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible
Vehicle Identification Number 12477L110333
Finished to SS specification
Power convertible top
454 cid V-8 engine
4-speed TH400 automatic transmission
Chevrolet introduced the Camaro during the summer of 1966 as its response to the popular Ford Mustang, reaching showrooms only a few months later for the 1967 model year. Built on the F-body platform, the Camaro was made available as a coupe or convertible with a choice of seven distinct powertrain options. In keeping with the theme of personal customization, these attractive vehicles could be ordered in standard, Super Sport and Rally Sport trim. While the Rally Sport (RS) package amounted to nothing more than appearance items, the Super Sport (SS) option offered tangible performance benefits with larger engine options and numerous chassis upgrades for improved handling, making them the most desirable representatives of this iconic muscle car.
The Motorcar Offered
Built in Los Angeles, California during 1967, this exquisite example has been restored to the highest standard with several desirable modifications to enhance its visual appearance and over the road performance. Although the original livery of Butternut Yellow over Black remains, under the hood is a 454 cid V-8 that has covered less than 1500 miles since the restoration. With 2-inch headers and Flow Master Mufflers, this beast emits a powerful burble from the exhaust that is sure to attract attention. The Big Block motor is mated to a Turbo 400 automatic transmission and a 12-bolt Posi-traction rear axle with 3.73 gears. Unlike the standard trim that it once wore, SS badges and Rally wheels have been added to provide notice of the potency that lurks under the hood. Equipped with power steering, power brakes, power convertible top, custom bucket seats, and a remote side mirror, this is a fully optioned vehicle that is available at a fraction of the cost of the real thing.