1967 - Chevrolet Camaro on 2040-cars
Homestead, Florida, United States
1967 Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport Convertible. This is a 327ci-275HP RPO L30 engine paired with a standard three-speed fully synchronized Saginaw transmission. Both, engine and transmission are stock original. Car has 107,100 original miles and is 100% correct with mostly GM parts and a few reproduction parts/accessories. I have put in about 7,500 miles since I purchased it in 2011. Car was manufactured in November 1966 and its first owner sold it in 1969. Car paint color is Mountain Green (HH code with about 3.5% of total production 67 Camaros painted in this nice/rare color) with original deluxe black interior which by the way still has the unique interior smell so typical of 1960s GM upholstery. This is a survivor car with almost all of its components original GM (except for a replacement starter the original one goes in with the sale of the car and a modern radio. This Camaro comes with a reproduction battery and also a reproduction radio (AM/FM/ipod-iphone accessible) which looks 100% original (see pictures). Original mats, battery cables and terminals and hoses show the originality of the car. According to the former owner, this Camaro had a repaint job done in the mid-eighties. Paint looks very nice considering its age.
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