In 2015, a comprehensive restoration was performed on this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro coupe, which included a repaint and an interior overhaul. The vehicle is powered by a Ram Jet 350ci V8 engine paired with a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission and a Moser 12-bolt rear axle featuring a Positraction differential. The Camaro, resplendent in black, boasts a cowl-induction hood, RS-style concealed headlights, and aerodynamic front and rear spoilers. Inside, the adjustable front bucket seats and rear bench are adorned with black leather and houndstooth inserts. Additional interior features include a custom stereo system, Classic Auto air conditioning, and Classic Instruments gauges. Enhanced with a UniSteer power steering system

, power-assisted disc brakes, tubular front control arms, coilover rear shocks, and 17″ American Racing wheels, this Camaro also benefits from an HEI ignition system, a four-row aluminum radiator, and a dual exhaust system equipped with long-tube Hedman Hedders headers and an X-pipe. Acquired by the seller in 2017, this meticulously modified Camaro coupe is now available with partial service records and a clean North Carolina title in the seller’s name.

Originally delivered from the factory in Emerald Turquoise Poly, the Camaro was repainted black during the restoration. It features a cowl-induction hood, RS-style hideaway headlights, and aerodynamic front and rear spoilers. The refurbishment included replacing door and window seals and installing a New Port Engineering windshield wiper system.

The 17×8″ front and 17×10″ rear American Racing Torq Thrust wheels, finished in black with polished rims, are mounted with 215/45 and 245/40 Riken Raptor tires, respectively. The build also added a UniSteer rack-and-pinion power steering system, a Hotchkis rear sway bar, tubular front control arms, and power-assisted disc brakes. Coilover rear shocks were installed under the current ownership.

The interior features adjustable front bucket seats and a rear bench, all trimmed in black leather with houndstooth inserts. The dash, headliner, and door panels are color-coordinated. Up front, four-point harnesses are fitted, while lap belts are provided for the rear seats. The Bluetooth-capable Custom Autosound stereo, connected to a Kicker amplifier and aftermarket speakers, complements the rewired American Autowire kit. Additional interior details include a Classic Auto air conditioning system, power door locks, and various billet aluminum accents.

An aftermarket steering wheel is mounted on an IDIDIT tilt column, paired with a floor-mounted Lokar billet shifter. Classic Instruments gauges include a 160-mph speedometer with an inset tachometer and a combination gauge. The five-digit odometer shows 5k miles, with approximately 2k miles added under current ownership. The total mileage is unknown.

The trunk is customized with a black leather-trimmed box.

Under the hood, the factory inline-six was replaced with a Ram Jet 350ci V8 engine during the 2015 build. The engine bay features various carbon-fiber-look trim pieces, a March serpentine belt system, and an AC Delco HEI ignition system. The four-row aluminum radiator, equipped with dual electric puller fans, was added under current ownership. An oil change was performed in preparation for the sale.

Power is delivered to the rear wheels through a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission, an Inland Empire Driveline Service driveshaft, and a Moser 12-bolt rear axle with a Positraction differential and 3.73:1 gearing. The exhaust system includes coated long-tube Hedman Hedders headers, an X-pipe, and Magnaflow mufflers.

Decoding the Fisher body tag reveals:

  • Build Date: 01E – Fifth week of January build date
  • Style: 67 12437 – 1967 Camaro coupe
  • Body: NOR 82045  Norwood, Ohio, assembly, body number
  • Trim: 760-Z  Black vinyl, standard bucket seats
  • Paint: K-K  Emerald Turquoise Poly paint