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1967 Chevrolet Camaro

355 miles

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Gateway Classic Cars - Houston Showroom
Houston, TX - View Seller
$59,500
  $4,537 above avg.
$1,032/mo*
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Vehicle Info

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    Condition
    Used
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    Trim
    N/A
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    Mileage
    355 miles
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    Stock #
    HOU1670
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    Engine
    6.2 LS3
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    Transmission
    6 Speed Automatic
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    Drive Train
    N/A
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    Exterior Color
    Yellow
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    Interior Color
    Black
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    Fuel
    N/A

Fuel Economy

N/A
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Mileage
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Days Listed
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Seller's Notes

Gateway Classic Cars of Houston is proud to offer this amazing 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Pro-Street restomod for sale. Covered in an eye-popping yellow with white racing stripes paint scheme, it is pops out of the crowd at any car show! And that's even before you crank it up - when this beast lights off, it doesn't matter what color it is, everyone will turn to see what's making that huge snarl. Powered by a 6.2L LS3, backed by a 6-speed automatic transmission, this is one mean ProStreet car, and with only about 500 miles on the drivetrain, this nasty Camaro has plenty of driving still to be done. The LS3 is enhanced by a Cold Air Intake, bigger throttle body and injectors, and Brian Tooley Stage 3 cam, which has a significant lope, and provides tons of top-end power. So much so, that when you hit its sweet spot, you'll swear it feels like it has nitrous (which it doesn't, but oh my, it'll thrill you)! Spent gases are scavenged by a set of ceramic coated DynaTech headers into the huge dual exhaust. The 6-speed automatic is enhanced with the addition of a 3800 RPM stall converter and has been built to handle the prodigious power that the LS3 is now putting out. An Aerospace Components Pro-Eliminator ratchet shifter handles the gear selection and provides a clean clutter-free look on the transmission tunnel. A massive BeCool aluminum radiator (with its twin Spal electric fans) helps keeps the mill running cool all day long, and a horizontally mounted trans cooler out back (also with its own fan) helps keep the trans cool as well. A gigantic Aeromotive A1000 fuel pump handles fuel transfer from the fuel cell out back up to the front, and an inline pressure gauge helps tuners monitor the fuel pressure. A complete Holley pulley kit makes for easy implementation of belt-driven accessories, including the Classic Auto Air A/C setup, which provides excellent cockpit cooling in a car that never had it from the factory. A completely new wiring harness also bodes well for reliability.This 1967 Camaro rides and drives like no one would have ever expected when it was built in 1967, because the suspension and brakes have been enhanced with lightweight upper and lower control arms, coil-over shocks at all 4 corners, twin-piston Aerospace Components brake calipers all around, drilled brake rotors, a Wilwood master cylinder (with proportioning valve), welded-in subframe connectors, adjustable rear ladder bar suspension, and a complete Strange Engineering Ford 9-inch style third member. The Strange third member is housing a Detroit Locker differential with 33 spline Strange Engineering axles, and 4.10:1 gears; so, it's got plenty of beef to handle getting that twist to the pavement. The four-point roll cage helps further stiffen the body against the massive torque twist that the drivetrain can apply through the car. Billet Specialties aluminum wheels at all 4 corners are wrapped in 26X8.00R15LT Mickey Thompson Sportsman S/R radials up front, and P325/50R15 Mickey Thompson E/T Street Drag Radials out back. Inside the cockpit, you'll quickly notice the yellow/black/white motif carries over nicely. From the custom white door panels, to the new white synthetic leather seating surfaces, to the new black carpet, it's obvious that the car has been used very sparingly. A wood-rimmed Grant steering wheel sits atop a tilt column, and nicely frames the high-end Dakota Digital electronic gauge cluster. The left side houses the big speedo with individual sub-gauges for the fuel level and coolant temp, and the right is the tach with its subsidiary oil pressure and battery gauges. The gauge cluster can be programmed to monitor or provide additional driving information in the digital sectors at the bottom of each major gauge. The center stack houses the controls for the Classic Auto Air (with both heat and A/C), plus the vintage style AM/FM radio (which isn't hooked up). Once you get your bearings inside, fasten the seat belts (front occupants only), fire it up, an

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