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1967 Chevrolet Camaro Pro-Touring w/LS3, T56 Magnum, CPP Big Brakes Much More!

For sale: 19670000 Chevrolet Camaro

Technical specifications

Item location:
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
Engine size:
376 CI V8 LS3 @525 hp
Number of cylinders:
Power options:
Air Conditioning
T56 Magnum 6-Speed Manual
Drive type:
Interior color:
Vehicle Title:
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Prior to restoration this 1967 Camaro was a lifelong super clean California car. During the restoration it was transformed into a very serious pro-touring car with excellent handling characteristics, iller fit and finish, nd big speed.

The body was given a full rotisserie restoration that was blasted to bare metal prior to any type of body work being performed. The fenders, ront valence, nd hood are all GM NOS parts. After sanding the body to produce a clean new finish, he car received a base/clear respray in the original and correct Marina with the addition of a custom Black topside. The split is divided by an elegant silver stripe. The car has all new glass, ew trim, nd new rubber throughout. The undercarriage has been finished in a bed liner material which provides for a durable, hip free finish. The engine compartment is finished in semi-gloss and has an immaculate look. The trunk is finished in a light grey splatter paint finish. Allowing for a proper pro touring stance is a set of DSE mini tubs and adding lots of strength is a set of DSE weld-in subframe connectors. These connectors are installed through the floors and have a low profile and much better strength than your bolt-on variety.

The drive train is a brand new 525 Horse LS3 from GM Performance. This 376 CI motor has Chevrolet's aggressive ASA camshaft that was originally developed for high revving circle track cars. In this case it has found its way into an LS motor. The cam is a hydraulic roller with .525 lift on both sides, ith 226 degree intake and 236 degree exhaust. Combine this with 110 degree lobe separation and you get snappy throttle response and gobs of air flow at high RPMs. The car has a classic, umpy muscle car idle and with 20 HP more than the LS7, his motor is a simply wicked combination in a muscle car. Don't forget about the best of both worlds aspect where you get daily driver type reliability as well! The motor uses a new GM harness and computer. This is not a take out drivetrain from a Corvette or Camaro application. It's hard to go wrong with an LS drivetrain and this tight package straight boogies. The motor sports a high end Vintage Air front runner kit that provides perfect alignment for the spinning accessories. The main bracket is milled billet and has a solid industrial look. The motor uses a set of stainless Kooks headers built for this exact application. They flow into a custom 3" exhaust which has excellent flow and a big, at exhaust note.

Cooling the engine is a Be Cool radiator with dual Spal fans. The stainless fuel tank is a Vaporworks Fuel system by Rick's Tanks built specifically for fuel injection motors. They use multiple pick ups so you never run into fuel starvation issues that will shut one of the motors down. The transmission is the mother of them all, he T56 Magnum 6-speed. These transmissions have found their way into many high performance applications including the ACR Viper and ZR1. They feature unique double overdrive gearing in 5th and 6th gear, hort shifts with razor sharp engagement, nd they weigh just 135 lbs. These bad boys are good for 700 ft lbs of torque and will hold up to some serious abuse. Connecting the transmission to the 9" Currie rear end is a 3" chromoly drive shaft. The 9" uses 31 spline axles and an Eaton TruTrac differential and gets killer traction.

The suspension has CPP tubular upper and lower control arms, CPP quick ratio steering box, nd QA1 coil overs up front. The rear suspension features DSE mini tubs, SE leaf springs with offset shackles and QA1 shocks. Bringing the Camaro to a halt is a CPP Big Brake kit coupled with a CPP Hydroboost setup. The car has wonderful handling characteristics and a smooth ride thanks to the modified leaf configuration. The wheels are Centerline Lazer wheels that are 17x8 front and 18x11.5 in the rear. The tires are 255/40/17 front, 35/30/18 rear.

The interior features custom houndstooth seats and the latest gauges from Dakota Digital. The dash is super clean and houses just the gauges and AC controls. The computer is located inside the passenger side kick panel and the OBDII port is on the driver side. The column is a factory GM tilt column and the stylish steering wheel is by Budnik.

For the Camaro enthusiast looking for a legitimate Pro-Touring car with big power, killer stance and excellent styling, his Chevrolet plays the part.

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