1967 Black Chevrolet Camaro RS
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 great 1967 sinister looking black Chevrolet Camaro with a black vinyl top here at Skyway Classics. This Camaro has been thru a complete restoration now runs and drives better than it did in the late 60’s, and it is a rare Rally Sport Option car with the Hide-Away Head Light package that has a lot of features that replicate a Z28 and an SS Camaro.
Our Camaro has the right look, power to spare, and has all the upgrades to make it a powerful street cruiser. To start with it has a modified 350 cubic inch small block Chevy engine with an aluminum Z28 type intake, Edelbrock performance carb, Chevrolet polished valve covers, Edelbrock chrome open Z28 style air cleaner, tube headers, modified electronics and distributor, Power Steering and Power Brakes, aftermarket air conditioning, and has a throaty rumble due to the cam and kit installed.
The engine sits in a very clean, correct, factory look engine compartment and the rest of the running gear include power front disc brakes, 4-speed manual transmission, upgraded suspension, turbo mufflers with a dual exhaust system exiting out the rear. It rides on black painted wheels with polished trim rings, center caps, and spinners, as well as blackwall performance tires.
Our 1967 Camaro has an awesome interior factory look black bucket seat interior with a center console and automatic chrome shifter with a black shifter knob, correct door panels, headliner, and carpeting to have a fresh and correct OEM appearance.
It also has the three-spoke sports steering wheel, factory and accessory gauges, factory seatbelts, air conditioning, and an upgraded stereo AM/FM radio system.
This Tuxedo Black Camaro has a sultry black finish that looks great with its black vinyl top, functional cowl induction hood, RS badging on the grille and gas cap, white Bumblebee Stripe on the front, “350” front fender emblems, and rear spoiler.
Of course, the blacked-out Rally Sport grille with hidden headlights is an icon of the first generation Camaros. Our triple-black Camaro is one that everyone will love, and you will love it even more with all the performance that the small block under the hood and the rest of the replaced running gear to back up the looks.
This 1967 Camaro we have here at Skyway Classics looks great, sounds great, and feels great, and all in Triple Black. It has THE LOOK.
You can’t find a triple-black Camaro restored to this level often.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.