This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396 tribute has the right vibrant look, serious big block power, and four-on-the-floor. And as you dig deeper, you'll discover solid investments that give it an impressive level of style to go with its awesome power.
The bright red gets this coupe noticed. The finish has a few years on it, but it continues to have a good luster and a modern shine that will attract plenty of attention from afar. And this gloss goes well with bright elements like chrome bumpers, polished rockers, and upgraded clear headlights. Of course, what makes this Camaro attractive are the sporty Super Sport upgrades, including the bumblebee white hood stripe, chin spoiler, blackout grille, hood vent trim, and D80 rear spoiler. And the addition of Torq Thrust is the right way to keep a classic look while delivering more shine and better tires.
Camaro fans will especially love the interior. There was a more recent investment in the upholstery, and you can see it nicely with its fresh style. And it's worth spending extra time with this interior because it's the deluxe package that has nice details like the white trim on the seats and upgraded door panels. It's quite clean and complete, right down to the lights that greet you when the door opens. You may recalibrate the newer Omega Kustom gauges or add a modern stereo, but it's an overall desirable package. And the impressiveness extends to the driving experience with upgrades like the wood-rimmed sports steering wheel and Hurst aluminum pistol grip shifter.
The engine bay is filled with big block power. You'll attract attention just by lifting the hood thanks to the smooth inner walls, added polish, and overall tidy style. This is a 396 cubic-inch V8, and we're told it's part of a solid performance build. This includes a bored .60 over kit, a roller cam, and 572 aluminum heads. It inhales deeply with a Holley 750 double pumper four-barrel carburetor. It exhales with added power and authority as headers feed into the x-pipe dual exhaust and Magnaflow mufflers. You'll spot good supporting components like a newer aluminum radiator and wiring harness. The four-speed manual transmission puts the power firmly in your hands. And the rear is a 12-bolt setup that is said to be a 4.11 Positraction unit. So you have quick and confident take-offs. It's a well-done total package that also includes power steering, power brakes, front discs, rear air shocks, and traction bars.
It's hard not to get excited about a first-year Camaro built to look sharp and own the streets. So if you want a powerful icon, don't let this one slip away. Call now!