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original rally sport,original deluxe interior car,numbers matching,high options

For sale: 1967 Chevrolet Camaro rally sport

Technical specifications

Item location:
Locust, North Carolina, United States
rally sport
sport coupe
Engine size:
327-275 h.p. 4 barrell
Interior color:
Vehicle Title:
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this 67 camaro sport coupe was and still is a factory rally sport with factory deluxe interior.it has a very good body.it s till retains its original floors,trunk pan,doors fenders ect....it also still has its numbers matching drivertrain.including the 327-275 h.p 4 barrell engine(code mm)the paint is extremely nice,probably a 9.it does have an occasional blem here or there,but they are so undetectible that a digital camera wont pick them up.car has been done top notch.it is extremely highly detailed inside and out,top to bottom.under carriage is as nice as under hood.all glass is nice,all trim is nice.all body gaps are near identical.it is a highly optioned car as well.23 total!.............heres the list:
A02-tinted windshield M35-automatic transmission U14-gauges V32-rear bumper guards
D55-console with floor shift N10-dual exhaust U17-tachometer Z21-interior trim pkg
D34-day/nite mirror N40-power steering U63 -push button radio Z22-rally sport pkg
D91-nose stripe N34-sport style wheel U25-trunk light Z87-special deluxe interior
J50-power brakes P12-ralley wheels U26-under hood light ? engine decor pkg
L30-327-275 h.p. 4 barrell U03-tri-volume horns V31-front bumper guards
car drives and handles like it should.cars like this thats never been abused are getting harder and harder to find in this condition.plus add the fact the numbers matching engine and highly option list,makes it even more rare.most everything works,tach,gauges,wipers,lights,ect.....the original radio is in place,it doesnt come on.fuel gauge shows full ?most likely the ground wire.and for those wondering?,yes,the headlight doors do open and close.if you look at the appraisal sites,or the CPI black book,current prices on the 67 rally sports are $45,600 for a catagory "2" car which this one is...(catagory "1" cars are considered perfect examples?,like nice original unrestored,or cars that will judge in a 1000 point class)these figures are correct & collected by actual cars being auctioned and sold.
im a dealer doing business as hathcock auto sales &restoration.i dont sell junk,so what you see and read is what you get.look at my feed back score.as like all vehicles this old,if your bidding,your accepting it as-is,no warranty.expressed or implied.if you have to get permission from someone else to bid,then get that first.and please only bid if you have the funds available.im not going to wait on a loan to be approved or wait on an appraiser.this not only waste my run time for the auction,but also someone elses chance on getting the car.there is no deposit to be put down.BUT,...within 3 days from auctions end,full payment will be required or it will be offered to the second high bidder....i have a friend who is a dispatcher at at local major transport service.most of the time he can get cars moved at around .050 to .060 cents a mile?..thats cheap.im firm on my terms .i have to be like this because of a few bad apples?im serious about this and i would think you would be too.....so bid to own it.

On Mar-20-16 at 20:40:49 PDT, eller added the following information:

to clear up something on the picture,the one on the under carriage of the muffler,that was taken of the pipe spot welded,before the original style clamp was in place.....the other ones of the side body pictures,those are NOT scratches you see that show up.those are reflections,especially the ones of the black in the fenders.thats the bumper chrome transferring

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