Newstalgia Motors Presents Car No. 00224:

1967 Chevrolet Camaro Resto-Mod

1967 Chevrolet Camaro Resto-Mod

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If you want retro cool and modern performance, then you have arrived! This 1967 Camaro was purpose built with just the right amount of "dare to be different" touches to make it an award winning resto mod, while retaining the classic aura of the first generation family of Chevy's vaunted muscle car. Although this Camaro was not built to race it has been down the quarter mile track a few times. With street tires and full exhaust it has gone a best of 13.42 at 104 mph. NewstalgiaMotors.com is proud to present this restored 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Resto-Mod.

Highlights:

Exterior
The body on this Camaro has gone through a total ground
up restoration. All of the bright work stainless trim and chrome bumpers
are perfectly straight, shiny and flawless. That eye popping finish is the
direct result of having the entire car stripped to bare metal and carefully
prepped before laying on the PPG three stage Hellfire Red paint (Gold base
coat, tinted clear 2nd base, top clear coat). You WILL get noticed with
those DIGI-TAILS Sequential LED tail lights that are brighter and more
eye-catching than any tail light assembly on the market. On the first
showing following completion of this Camaro, the owner took home the top
award - goes to prove what all car guys and gals know: the paint job always
turns heads!

Interior
The striking interior underwent major restoration as
well as the exterior beginning with Dynamat sound deadener installed on the
floors, doors, and roof then covered with custom black faux leather
upholstery throughout. The extensive list of upgrades includes New door
panels, carpet, parcel shelf, dash pad and headliner. 1995 Firebird seats
were reupholstered to match rest of interior and three point seat belts were
added. The Covans Classic Brushed Aluminum finish dash panel works well
with the full complement of AutoMeter gauges. A Billet Specialties steering
collar and leather half-wrapped billet steering wheel tops the Ididit tilt
steering column. The electrical system is without worry due to a Painless
wiring harness. A custom Pioneer Stereo with removable faceplate,
Bluetooth, USB, remote control Infinity BassLink sub-woofer with remote
control supplies the tunes. Electric-Life power windows were added along
with Classic Auto Air's A/C, Heat and Defrost system.

Engine and Driveline
Under the hood of this Camaro is a
spectacular engine compartment filled with a very nicely detailed ZZ4
Chevrolet crate motor equipped with an Eagle 383 stroker kit, Edelbrock
Performer Intake manifold, Holley 770 cfm Street Avenger carburetor, Comp
Cams hydraulic roller Thumpr(tm) cam, Edelbrock mechanical fuel pump, Weiand
aluminum water pump, Powermaster 100 Amp chrome alternator, Powermaster mini
starter, Dynatech stepped ceramic coated headers, Dynatech stainless steel
2.5" full exhaust system, MSD Pro-Billet Ready-to-Run distributor, Aluminum
radiator, Bowtie Overdrives 700R4 Transmission with a Bowtie Overdrives
performance torque converter, Bowtie Overdrives cross member, Lokar Shifter,
Lokar shifter boot with billet LED indicator, 12 bolt posi rear end with
3.31 gears, Right Stuff front power disc brake conversion and a 12 volt
vacuum pump to run power brakes. The front sub-frame was completely removed
and powder coated. All New Polyurethane control arm bushing used
throughout. New (not rebuilt) quick ratio power steering box added with 2"
dropped spindles in the front and Hotchkis lowered leaf springs in the rear.
Original manuals, service and build records come with the car.

Wheels and Tires
Front - Billet Specialties 15X6 wheels on
215-60R 15 BFG Radial TA's. Rear - Billet Specialties 15X8 on 255-60R 15
BFG Radials.

This is the ultimate high performance, thumbs up, no disappointments, '67 Camaro Resto-Mod you've been searching for! ...And, you certainly cannot duplicate the build at this asking price!

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