We think you’d be hard pressed to find anyone in America who doesn’t like the look of a first-gen Camaro, and for good reason – it’s considered by many to be the quintessential classic American muscle car. This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro — the first model year for a Camaro — holds true to this praise. It’s a black beauty that is sure to turn heads at the Mecum Chicago 2015 auction.
Power comes from a fully rebuilt 327 CI motor with 202 double hump heads and a cross ram intake. The power is then transmitted by a rebuilt 4-speed Muncie Transmission with a 3.73 rear and hardened axles. Other upgrades include an aluminum driveshaft, aluminum radiator, subframe connectors, and 4-wheel disc brakes.
Aside from all that jazz, this car is just flat-out sexy, and those BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires are begging for us to light ’em up. Do you agree with our assessment of this classic Camaro? Or is the 1969 Camaro the one you still want?