1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS
Why This Car Is Special
The first-generation Chevrolet Camaro appeared in Chevrolet dealerships in September 1966 for the 1967 model year on a brand-new rear-wheel drive GM F-body platform and was available as a 2-door, 2+2 seat, hardtop or convertible, with the choice of either a straight-six or V8 engine.
We have a stunning restored 1967 black Chevrolet Camaro SS, black convertible top, red stripes on its cowl induction hood, Rally Sport Equipped Hide-Away headlights, and powered by a 1968 IL 427 cubic inch big block Chevy engine and 4-speed transmission here at Skyway Classics!
It just doesn’t get any better than that.
1967 Black Chevrolet Camaro SS
1968 IL 427 cubic inch big block Chevy engine
Chevrolet Racing orange paint on the block and heads
Chrome valve covers
Factory correct black painted single snorkel air cleaner assembly
Cast iron factory exhaust manifolds
Correct big block heater core
Dual exhaust system
Factory looking engine compartment
12-bolt rear end
H.D. suspension including the sway bar
Factory Chevrolet Rally wheels with chrome center caps and trim rings
Black interior with the factory black bucket seats in front and matching rear seat all having the white piping
4-speed chrome shifter with the polished T-Handle shifter
Correct matching door panels, headliner, and black carpeting to have a correct OEM appearance
Three-spoke sports steering wheel
Factory and accessory gauges
Stock pushbutton radio.
Black convertible top
Red stripes on its cowl induction hood AND REAR SPOILER
Rally Sport Equipped Hide-Away headlights
SS badging on the grille and gas cap
Our Camaro has a 1968 Chevrolet Stamping Code IL 427 cubic inch big block Chevy engine in it with the Chevrolet Racing orange paint on the block and heads, aluminum intake, chrome valve covers, factory correct black painted single snorkel air cleaner assembly, cast iron factory exhaust manifolds, Power steering, Power Brakes, correct big block heater core, and has a great sound coming out the rear via the dual exhaust system.
The engine sits in a very correct, factory looking engine compartment, and it is shifted thru the gears with a 4-speed transmission on its way back to a 12-bolt rear end, and handled by the H.D. suspension including the sway bar.
It rides on factory Chevrolet Rally wheels with chrome center caps and trim rings with red-line tires to compliment the correct factory look and stance.
Our 1967 Camaro has a great looking black interior with the factory black bucket seats in front and matching rear seat all having the white piping on them.
The interior also has the factory center console and 4-speed chrome shifter and black shifter ball, correct matching door panels, headliner, and black carpeting to have a correct OEM appearance.
It also has the three-spoke wood sports steering wheel, factory and accessory gauges, seatbelts, and the stock looking pushbutton radio.
This stunning black Camaro has a black convertible top, cowl induction hood with red stripes, SS badging on the grille and gas cap, and rear spoiler with the stripes too.
Of course, the blacked-out Rally Sport grille with hidden headlights is an icon of the first generation Camaros. Our Camaro is one that everyone will love, and you will love it even more with the performance of the 427 cubic inch big block under the hood too.
This 1967 SS RS 427 cubic inch Camaro we have here at Skyway Classics looks great, sounds great, and feels great, and has those great looks with the stripes, cowl hood, and the RS hidden headlight package.
It is a must have for you collection.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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