Original 1967 SS/RS 396/4-Speed Camaro with (Rare)Yellow Deluxe Interior

1967 Chevrolet Camaro Super Sport / Rally Sport

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
SubModel: Super Sport / Rally Sport
Type: Coupe
Trim: Sport Coupe 2-Door
Year: 1967
Color: Butternut Yellow
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 4 - Speed
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Yellow Custom Bucket
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Camarillo, California, United States

Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1967

This is youropportunity to own a rareOriginal 396 / 325hp 4-Speed Car. Butternut Yellow,Black Vinyl Top and the rarest of production ( Yellow Deluxe ) interiors.I will do my best to accuratelydescribe the vehicle with as much detail as possible. Should you have any questions that may of gone unanswered here in thedescription portion of this ad,my phone number will be posted. I encourage ( Only Serious Bidders ) please,to call with your questions.
Cowl-Tag Break Down:
05E = May - 5th Week 67 = 1967 12637 = Camaro Sport Coupe With Custom Interior LOS = Los Angeles Plant 19812 = Fisher Body Number 707-Z = Yellow Custom Bucket Without Headrests Y-2 = Butternut Yellow / Black Vinyl Top W= Tinted Glass L = Fold Down Seat 2LG= 4-Speed / Console 3SL = Interior Chrome / Rally Sport 4N = L35 396 / 325 HP. 5BY = Bumper Guards / Deluxe Belts
Exterior :Paint,Vinyl Top and Bumpers are "Driver Quality". Paint has some blend work done. In other words, iss matched paint blended in with the base coat. There some mild burn in on the Bumble Bee stripe from over polishing. Some small chips throughout the car and one small dent ( Un-Detectable ) with photo on the driver's-side fender by the SS emblem. The only rust I've seen is ( As Pictured ) on the driver-side wheel lip and small areas on the lower back side of the quarter panels. The floor pans,rocker panels and truck are dry. The body overall is very straight.Door and fender gaps are good and the doors shut nicely.
Interior:There are no rips or tears in the seats. The fold down seat is missing it's upper trim piece and still wears it's original Gold carpet. The dash has a small imperfection on the drivers-side by the steering wheel. The driver-side door panel is cracked along the armrest and would need to be replaced. The passenger and rear panels are in good shape. The speedometer isinoperable.The tach works but is not accurate. It will need some work. The fuel,oil and ampgaugeswork as there suppose to.
Engine: This is not the original engine. But the engine is a 67, 406" block casting with a 396 / 325 Hp.casting on the pad. Non matching VIN stamp is there as well. The casting dates on the heads are well within the assembly date of the engine as well. It was recently rebuilt and comes with some but not allreceiptspertaining to the build. The engine runs well and is estimated ( According to Paperwork ) to make somewhere in the neighborhood of 400hp. Reliably. Thevalve trainconsist of a healthy Erson roller cam and rockers.Hollycarburetor,Performer intake and hooker headers round out the remainder of the engine components. I have an original GM bigblock intake that goes with the car as well. Although not dated correctly to the build date of the engine.
Transmission: Thetransmissionby the numbers is a 67 M20 4-Speed with an aftermarket Hurst shifter. I have yet to locate a VIN stamp anywhere on the casing to determine if it's part of the original drive train. It operates well with no shifting issues. There is however a oil leak coming from the shifter side of the trans. I had it inspected and there are bushings that will need to be replaced.
Rearend:The rearend is a 12-Bolt Posi. ( Gear Ratio Unknown ) with the traction bar mount and correct square traction bar. My guess would be that it's a 3;31 based on how the car performs. But still just a guess.
Brakes:Brakes are 4-wheel discs. Factory Delco Moraine front with new pads. Baer Brakes in the back that will need pads soon. I have the original rear drums that will go with the car as well.
Tires:Tires are BF Goodrich 235's on back. 205's on the front. All with plenty of treadremaining. They are mounted to 4 universal ralleys.
There are nowarranties expressed or implied. Shipping costs will be the soleresponsibility of the winning bidder. I will however be happy to coordinate and assist the driver where needed.
Payment:Note: I have financed the vehicle through a local bank and have an $11,000.00 balance on the loan. I've spoken with the bank and they estimate a two week period of time ( Fromreceivingthe balance in full ) to have title in hand. The title would be certified mail to the winning bidder's address only after( all funds ) have been deposited and cleared through my bank.
I have the car for sale locally and reserve the right to end the auction early should an offer be made that satisfies me.
I encourage anyone ( Seriously Considering The Purchase ) to call me with any additional questions. I will answer them honestly and to the best of my ability. Thank you for your interest, od
Rod ( 702 ) 461-0112