1967 Chevrolet Camaro 37137 Miles Silver Metallic Convertible 350 V8 4 Speed Au

1967 Chevrolet Camaro --

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Type: Convertible
Trim: --
Year: 1967
Mileage: 37,137
VIN: 124677N221503
Color: Gray
Engine: 350 V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only
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Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1967

Hot days and Cool nights. This is the car you want to be cruising in this summer. The timeless good looks of a first year Camaro, with the icing on top of the cake being that top can be dropped at the touch of a button. And when the sun gets too hot, or if you stayed out in it a bit too long, the A/C in this car will make you feel as cool as you look driving it.... Silver metallic just seems like the perfect color for this car. The '67s have such clean, smooth styling, and tight panel gaps on this car complement those graceful body lines with the silver paint highlighting everything nicely. From a distance, you will notice the rake of the chassis that gives this car a nice, aggressive stance, which is accentuated by those American Racing wheels and beefy tires. Up front, a simple grill is flanked by big round headlights and underlined with a pencil thin chrome bumper that shines brightly. The bulge of the cowl induction hood lets you know there is some power underneath it without having to mess up that clean body with a bunch of badging. The rear spoiler sits above an SS gas cap, and another sharp looking bumper has dual chrome exhaust tips peeking out underneath it. The black convertible roof is a perfect complement to the silver and looks great when it's up, but looks even better when its down, hiding under the black boot. The interior of this car stays with the neat and clean theme and includes a couple unique and tasteful touches. It starts with the Deluxe '67 interior and a big comfortable armrest on the pleated door panel. The seats are comfortable with a classy looking highlight outlining the pleated centers both front and rear. The Isotta steering wheel is pretty dramatic looking, and once you wrap your hands around it, you won't want to let it go. The body color carries through from the top of the doors and across the dash. There is a black center section trimmed in chrome that houses the heat and A/C controls at the top. Below those is an Alpine head unit that is a radio/CD player and is iPod compatible with an Aux hookup. A trio of gauges help keep track of critical engine functions, and there is a factory style console with T-handle shifter for the automatic trans, along with a nice arm rest with cup holders added for your convenience. Pop that cowl induction hood, and you will find a nicely warmed over, 350 V8, dressed up so that it looks good with the hood up at shows. Like the body of the car, it starts with a neat and clean, stock look to the engine bay. A chrome air filter housing tops an Edelbrock carb that sits on a GM Performance intake. The ribbed valve covers are polished up, and the A/C compressor and alternator are chromed. Headers get the spent gases out after the engine makes its power, sending them downstream through Flowmaster mufflers to make nice sounds as they escape out the chrome exhaust tips. A 4-speed automatic trans sends the power back to a 3.73 posi rear which multiplies that power and puts it on the ground through 245/50R17 tires, while power front disc brakes work through 235/45R17s to make sure you can haul this ride back down from speed. Get ready to cruise in style this summer. Come on down and check out this sweet ride.