From the bright yellow paint, to the hyper-aggressive stance, to the lumpy, cammed idle, this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS demands attention. Now, it’s up for sale in Houston.
Outside, we find the first-gen Camaro covered in bright yellow paint, which is complemented by white racing stripes and polished aluminum wheels. The look is classic Pro Street, and definitely will turn heads no matter where it goes.
The cabin space continues the color scheme with white vinyl upholstery on the seats and door inserts, while yellow is added to the dash, pillars, and steering column. Black carpeting lines the foot wells. While the look is still old school (check out the wood-trimmed steering wheel), there are some modern touches as well, such as the Dakota Digital gauges. Comfort features include air conditioning, AM/FM radio, and power steering. The center console shows off with a Pro Eliminator ratchet shift handle from Aerospace Components, while a four-point roll cage finishes it off.
The belle of the ball is under the hood, where we find the 6.2L LS3 V8 making the good noises. Also found in the fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro SS and C6 Chevrolet Corvette, this particular LS3 comes with a cold-air intake, larger throttle body and injectors, Aeromotive A1000 fuel pump, and Holley pulleys. There’s also a Brian Tooley Racing cam giving not only lots of top end, but a nasty idle as well. Ceramic-coated DynaTech headers collect the exhaust, which exit through dual pipes.
A six-speed automatic transmission is on deck for cog swaps, which comes with a 3,800-rpm stall converter and connects to a Strange Engineering rear end and 4.10 gears. Sizable 325/50R15 Mickey Thompson ET Street Drag radials put the power to the pavement.
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro also gets upgraded suspension and brake components, including lightweight upper and lower control arms, coilover suspension, twin-piston Aerospace Components brake calipers, drilled rotors, and a Wilwood master cylnder.
Now, this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro restomod is up for sale in Houston, listed by Gateway Classic Cars for $59,500.
Source: Gateway Classic Cars