I know when it comes to first generation Camaros many would say: “I’ve seen one, I’ve seen them all” but for me the well executed builds are always worth looking into, specially when we talk about muscle cars built to be enjoyed like this Blown 1967 Chevy Camaro SS.
A solid F-body coated with concourse quality Red paint, enhanced with painted White stripes and mini-tubbed this 1967 Chevy Camaro SS rides on upgraded suspension all the way around. It has a very comfortable and fresh looking bucket seat interior with 4-point cage, Autometer gauges and Hurst shifter.
Major part of the $85,000 invested into this 1967 Chevy Camaro SS build are used in the engine compartment. The power comes from a Blown 355 Cube V8 with machined Dart heads, Comp cams blower cam, Dual Holley carbs, Manley H-beam connecting rods, Super comp headers etc. and is controlled by Coan Racing TH350 trans.
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