Another Camaro hits the 2015 SEMA showroom floor — this time it’s a 1967 Camaro dubbed “Snowblind” from the guys over at East Bay Muscle Cars (EBMC).
Even though it’s a “1967” Camaro, the only thing that remains from its days in the factory is the car’s unibody platform. But, the front and rear subframes have been modernized with Art Morrison units that include a triangulated four-link nine-inch Ford live-axle housing.
As far as the exterior goes, the familiar Camaro silhouette remains with many tweaks. Out back, EBMC fitted the Snowblind with a custom fabricated rear valance, integrated spoiler, rear bumper with integrated exhaust outlets, lowered rear quarter panels and LED tail lamps to create a modern, clean look.
Out front there’s stealthy black grill inserts with a unique front bumper to create a menacing look.
Under its carbon fiber hood lies the monstrous Chevrolet LS3 V8 complimented with twin turbochargers — as if it wasn’t already badass enough. Other mods under the hood include custom EBMC stainless steel headers, an EBMC induction system and “water to air” intercoolers.
Paired with the LS3 is a T56 Magnum transmission that includes a dual disc clutch and an Inland Empire Driveline aluminum driveshaft. All that power reaches the ground through black and red trimmed Rushforth wheels wrapped in Nitto tires. Wheels are staggered with 18×10 in the front and 19×12 in back.
Wilwood, 14 inch slotted and vented brake rotors (six-piston fronts and four-piston rears) in the front and rear stop this big boy quickly.
Inside, East Bay Muscle Cars completely scrapped the 1967 Camaro’s original interior. This baby is all modern with digital VHX gauges, LED lighting, a custom built center console and leather wrapped Corbeau seats with microsuade seat belt harnesses. And don’t think this 1967 Camaro just sits in a garage all day; it races in the Ultimate Street Car Association, as well.