1967 Camaro SS Convertible Restomod (LS Drivetrain)

1967 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
SubModel: SS
Type: Convertible
Trim: Convertible
Year: 1967
Mileage: 64000
VIN: 124677N203638
Color: Red
Engine: L76
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: White
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Rochester, New Hampshire, United States
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Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1967

1967 Camaro Convertible with modern LS based drivetrain.
Car has an L76/6L80E motor and trans from a 2009 Pontiac G8 GT (with 110K miles). Displacement on demand has been electronically disabled (who drives something like this on only 4 cylinders). Dakota Digital dash, power convertible top, deluxe interior, power brakes, power windows, power steering, C6 Corvette shifter, long tube headers, Magnaflow exhaust, new drivetrain wiring. Factory front disc/rear drum brakes, new rear leaf springs, 10 bolt posi rear, electric radiator fans with new radiator and fuel system (part of LS swap), new carpet, Secret Audio modern radio with bluetooth. Not a race car, but a spectacular, dependable cruiser. Will always start and drive like a new car. Multiple car show winner.
The car is currently put up for the winter and the photos were taken in September before going into storage. I have several videos of the car I can send if you would like. I just need an e-mail address to send them to as ebay won't allow me to send videos via their messaging system. I am NOT interested in trades. Selling the car because it's finally time to buy a home on a lake.
With the buy it now price, I will arrange and pay for open transport shipping within the lower 48 states and if you want, I will keep the car in storage until April. If bought without the buy it now option, then buyer is responsible for all shipping arrangement and costs.
I encourage you to ask as many questions as possible. The videos do the car much more justice and I can take more pics of the car in the garage. I will be totally up front with you with anything to do with the car unlike many dealerships and other sellers of classic cars.

On Feb-08-20 at 04:13:27 PST, seller added the following information:

I forgot to point out that the heater box for the car has been removed. The engine ECU and fuse box has been mounted on the firewall under the dash where the heater box would go. I will include the heater box with the car (in the trunk). The car isn't driven in the cold so there was no need. In the summer, there was never any A/C. Come on! It's a convertible! :)
Also, in case you didn't notice in the photos, there is a custom center console. The trim piece around the shifter also came from a C6 Corvette and the PRND lights will light up when the car is on. The 6L80E is able to manually shifted through tip shift which I had set up with an old (ugly) style shifter, but the C6 shifter is not set up for this. The wiring is still under the console though if you want to figure out a way to use it. It was just more annoying to the wife than it was worth though.
The tune in the car is very tame. Not much changed from stock besides speedometer, disabling the displacement on demand (which isn't wired up either), and moving some shift points to make a better feel with the gearing. All the torque management and timing is stock for the G8 as I didn't want to over shock the 10 bolt rear end and it's the wife's cruiser and not my Cuda. Please note that my HP Tuners does NOT come with the car. I am using it on other cars as well and will be keeping my setup.
Please continue to ask questions. We bought the car 3 years ago from a classic car dealer with a SBC and TH350 in it. The paint and body work was done before we got the car. Also, the car is badged as an LS3 (as shown in pictures). That's because the L76 looks identical to the LS3. The L76 is actually an LS2 (6.0L) bottom end with the LS3 heads and intake. The L76 came in Australian cars and the American Pontiac G8.