This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro convertible boasts a robust 350ci V8 engine coupled with a four-speed manual transmission, all enveloped in a striking red exterior with complementary red vinyl upholstery. Adornments include a white convertible top, concealed headlights, RS emblems, an SS-inspired hood featuring elevated simulated air intakes, both front and rear spoilers, power-assisted front disc brakes, 14″ Rally wheels, and a heater. Acquired by the current owner in 2021, this vehicle is now presented with a clean California title registered under the seller’s name.

Initially finished in Grenada Gold, this Camaro has undergone a transformation to a vivid red with a white soft top, enhanced by a nose stripe, concealed headlights, RS emblems, an SS-inspired hood with elevated simulated air intakes, and both front and rear spoilers. However, the headlight doors are inoperative, and the top encounters resistance when opening or closing. Detailed images of the paintwork and badges are available in the gallery.

The 14″ Rally wheels are fitted with 225/70 BFGoodrich tires. Significant upgrades were made in November 2021, including the installation of Wilwood front disc brakes and V8 front coil springs, along with new brake hoses, brake booster, control links, upper and lower A-arms, bushings, and shocks. The seller notes that the car has been driven approximately 40 miles since these upgrades. Additionally, the leaf spring rubber and front tires were replaced in 2023. The parking brake pedal assembly requires replacement, and a new assembly is included with the sale.

The interior, originally trimmed in gold vinyl, was reupholstered in the early 2000s with Deluxe-style red vinyl. A Hurst shifter with a cue-ball knob is also featured. The seller notes that the light switch needs replacement, the radio is non-functional, the trim on the driver’s door panel is loose, and two of the windows require adjustment, though all six windows are operational. The passenger’s interior door handle needs reattachment.

Factory instrumentation includes a 120-mph speedometer and a fuel gauge, with a Bosch tachometer and auxiliary gauges added. The speedometer is non-functional, and the mileage is unknown. A used replacement gauge cluster and trim are included in the sale.

The original inline-six engine has been replaced with a 350ci V8, featuring a 327-branded air cleaner and Edelbrock valve covers.

Power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a four-speed manual transmission. Service performed in 2022 included replacing the clutch assembly and resurfacing the flywheel. The seller estimates the car has been driven 40 miles since this service.

Decoding the Fisher body tag reveals:

  • Build Date: 12E– Fifth week of December
  • Style: 67-12467 – 1967 Camaro convertible
  • Body: Norwood assembly
  • Trim: 709-Z – Gold vinyl w/standard Strato Bucket seats
  • Paint: G-2 – Grenada Gold w/black top