The 1967 Chevrolet Camaro coupe, previously auctioned on BaT in February 2023, underwent several upgrades, including resealing the transmission, installing new tires, and replacing the master cylinder, brake booster, tie rod ends, fuel lines, heater hoses, and intake manifold and valve cover gaskets. The vehicle features a replacement 350ci V8 engine coupled with a three-speed automatic transmission and is adorned in red with silver stripes over black vinyl upholstery. Its notable features comprise a cowl induction hood, front and rear spoilers, vent windows, SS350 insignias, power steering, 16″ American Racing wheels, power-assisted front disc brakes, and Flowmaster mufflers. The interior is equipped with a heater, a center console, SunPro instruments, and a Delco AM radio. Acquired by the selling dealer in 2024, this Camaro is now available in California with a corresponding title.

Originally departing the factory in Granada Gold (G-G), the Camaro was later repainted in red with silver stripes. Key features include front and rear spoilers, a cowl-induction hood, Camaro and SS 350 badging, a left side mirror, chrome accents on the bumpers, rocker panels, window surrounds, and wheel arches. Close-up images highlighting paint flaws are included in the gallery.

The 16″ five-spoke American Racing wheels are paired with Hankook Ventus V12 Concept 2 tires, sized 215/55 in the front and 245/50 in the rear. The braking system includes power-assisted front disc brakes and rear drums. Recent maintenance involved installing new tires and replacing the master cylinder, brake booster, and tie rod ends.

The interior boasts front bucket seats and a rear bench upholstered in black vinyl, complemented by a matching dashboard, door panels, and carpets. Interior features include a heater, a center console, SunPro instruments, a locking glovebox, rubber floor mats, lap belts, and a Delco AM radio.

The three-spoke steering wheel faces a 120-mph speedometer and a fuel gauge. A trio of SunPro gauges mounted ahead of the gear selector show coolant temperature, voltage, and oil pressure. The five-digit odometer reads 615 miles, with approximately 200 miles added under current ownership, though the total mileage remains unknown.

The replacement 350ci V8 engine is outfitted with a four-barrel carburetor, chrome air cleaner cover, and Chevrolet-branded valve covers. Recent repairs included replacing the fuel lines, heater hoses, and intake manifold and valve cover gaskets. Power is directed to the rear wheels via a three-speed automatic transmission, which has been resealed under current ownership. The dual exhaust system is equipped with Flowmaster mufflers and terminates with turned-down exits before the rear axle.