Check out the upgraded fuel-injected small block power, four-on-the-floor, and a hot full red package of this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS tribute convertible. And the more you look at this total package, the more you see it's a classic built for those who both love to drive and get noticed. A classic convertible in red is always desirable. And the modern sleek shine on this one sets off an attitude that tells the world this is an early Camaro that's a bit cleaner and meaner. The luster catches your eye nicely as the sunlight highlights the straightness of the body panels. The white SS bumblebee stripe was expertly applied at the front, and it draws added focus on the SS grille. This upgraded Super Sport aggression is further heightened by the velocity stack trim on the hood, SS badging, and full-width rear spoiler. Plus, the American wheels are staggered 18/20 inches front/rear for a great stance. Plus, they also have high-polish shine to go with the chrome bumpers and trim. The black vinyl roof looks tasteful against the red, but for true distinction you'll always want to take it down. After all, there's something both sophisticated and sporty about a red convertible with a red interior. The upholstery, carpeting, door panels, and dash pad all have the look of quality. And it's a true red package, all the way down to the steering wheel! And speaking of the wheel, it's a three-spoke sports unit that's part of a great driver's package. You also have front bucket seats, a desirable center console, and floor shifter. And while all of this looks vintage, that Sniper EFI controller is an unmistakably modern piece that tells you there's something nice under the hood. The engine bay has a stock appearance, but it's also so tidy that you know it's the product of a solid investment. So we love the look of the classic bold Chevy orange block, correct decals, and overall clean look. The valve covers not only have a nice shine, but their center bolt design also indicates a later small block. In fact, this 350 cubic-inch unit is believed to be a later crate V8 making 330 horsepower. And that was before the addition of the Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection system that allows you to dial in added power and consistency. So it should be no surprise that this Camaro is a strong-running machine, and the four-speed manual transmission puts you in the center of the action. Plus, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and modern/grippy ZR-rater tires make this extra-quick Camaro an all-around fun driver. This is the classic Camaro SS tribute convertible that has an extra sleek look and extra V8 power behind it. So don't let this great deal pass you by. Call today!