1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS | Remod

Current Bid
USD $ 50,000
by BWAL3686
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  • Make
  • Chevrolet
  • Model
  • Chevrolet Camaro
  • Mileage
  • 2,000
  • VIN
  • 124377N153675
  • Title Status
  • Clean
  • Location
  • Tuscumbia
  • Engine
  • 6.0L V8
  • Drivetrain
  • Rear-wheel drive
  • Transmission
  • Automatic Transmission (AT)
  • Body Style
  • Coupe
  • Exterior Color
  • Gray
  • Interior Color
  • Black
  • Seller Type
  • Private
1967 Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport (Remod) | Reserve Auction

3 Owners | 2,000 Miles ODO (New Engine Miles)

Engine: 6.0L V8 LS3 (Cams/Pistons/Rods) + 76mm Precision Turbo w/ Billet Wheel

Automatic Transmission | 4L80 Trans w/ 3500 Stall Converter

Custom 4-Link Suspension | Weld Drag Wheels

Custom Interior w/ Dakota Digital Gauges

Original Sell Price: $2,809.00

Total Production Numbers: 220,906 (Motor Trend)

Completely restored from the ground up! This Camaro was a labor of love for 4.5 years. The build started with a complete frame-off restoration, and fitted with a built 6.0L LS2 turbocharged V8 turned down to produce 750rwhp @ 12lbs of boost. The custom 4-link rear suspension makes handling this Camaro much easier than originally designed. Thanks to the robust Mickey Thompson tires, it "hooks & books".

Whether it be a nice Sunday drive or a competitive day at the track, this hulk of a car can handle it and with the full custom interior, you'll be comfortable doing it too. All documentation is included as well as an EZ-TCU, so you can see the in-depth parameters where ever you are.

History of the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro: "In 1967, the Camaro had a more complete option list on the trim tag than in later years, which makes decoding the cars much easier than Camaro's from 1968 on up, when these codes vanished. The RS option package as seen on this car was comprised of cosmetic options. It consisted of concealed headlights with a different grille, back-up lights under the rear bumper, and included the Z21 style trim package. The car also has the front RS valance with the turn indicators mounted on the valance instead of the grill."--ClassicCarStudio.com
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