In 2014, the current steward of this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro sports coupe embarked on a significant upgrade, incorporating a 355ci V8 BluePrint crate motor crowned with a Holley Sniper electronic fuel system, linked to a triadic automatic gearbox. Swathed in a striking blue hue atop a black vinyl interior, this automobile is accessorized with a central console, non-standard gauges, and front disc brakes augmented by power. Adorning the vehicle are 14-inch Rally wheels and SS insignia, complemented by an Edelbrock intake conduit and comprehensive exhaust headers. Now, this Camaro coupe is presented with an unblemished California title under the owner’s name.

Adorned in Marina Blue (F), the car’s exterior boasts a pearly nose stripe, SS emblems, twin lateral mirrors, and lustrous chrome fenders. Notably, effervescence can be seen on the lower rear quarter panels and along the rocker panels. Marks are visible on the glass, and paint degradation above the windshield is depicted in the accompanying visuals.

The vehicle stands on 14-inch Rally wheels, encircled by 225/70 BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires, which bear distinctive white lettering. Stopping power is provided by front discs, empowered by an assistive system, and rear drums, with the anterior brake rotors having been refinished in 2022.

Within, the cabin houses front bucket seats and a rear bench arrayed in black vinyl with white embellishments. The interior is equipped with a central console, a secure glove compartment, and a heating system. An aftermarket cassette player, currently inoperative, is installed.

The dashboard features a 120-mph speedometer and a fuel gauge, alongside a Sunpro Super Tach II tachometer affixed to the steering column and additional Sunpro gauges under the dashboard that monitor coolant temperature, voltage, and oil pressure. The five-digit odometer registers 1,300 miles, with the total mileage remaining undisclosed.

In 2021, the Camaro was enhanced with a 355ci V8 BluePrint crate engine boasting aluminum cylinder heads and an aluminum Edelbrock intake manifold, topped with a Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection setup. A new fuel tank with an in-tank pump was also fitted.

The generated power courses to the rear wheels via a three-speed Turbo Hydramatic transmission. Coated, full-length headers channel exhaust gases into a dual exhaust system.

Decoding the Fisher body tag reveals:

  • Build Date: 11B – Second week of November build date
  • Style: 67-12637 – 1967 Camaro sport coupe, custom interior
  • Body: LOS 8752 – Los Angeles, California, assembly number
  • Trim: 765-Z – Black vinyl upholstery, bucket seats
  • Paint: F – Marina Blue
  • W – Tinted glass
  • 2MG – Automatic transmission, center console
  • 3K – Z21 option, style trim group
  • 5Y – Deluxe seat belts