This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS has 27,802 documented miles and is factory L35 car powered by its original 396ci V8 and 4-speed manual transmission. Built on April 22, 1967, this example was sold new at Brown Chevrolet in Cohasset, Massachusetts. It was driven locally until 1974 and then garaged for the next 17 years. The original owner transferred the car to its second owner in 1992, who subsequently had restoration performed which retained correct or matching components throughout the vehicle as detailed below. It has reportedly been driven just 2,800 miles in the last 24 years by four owners. The 1992 restoration consisted of disassembly and sanding the body down to bare metal before the base primer and lacquer GM Tahoe Turquoise paint were applied. New GM body mounts and fasteners were installed along with new emblems, trim pieces, and rubber weather stripping on the doors and glass. The chrome taillight housings, interior sill plates, side mirrors, and door handles were cleaned and power polished. The factory steel rally wheels are wrapped in period-correct Coker red line tires that have approximately 1,500 miles of use but are about eight years old and have become hard over time. This car retains its original front power disc and rear drum brake setup, which is in good working order. The brake fluid was flushed in Fall 2016.1967 Camaros featured double-hump dash design with circular black-faced gauges. The original tilt steering wheel (N33) is in good condition, and the factory PB-AM/FM radio is in working condition. This example is equipped with the Deluxe Interior (Z87), featuring white vinyl seats and black piping. The cowl tag shows its original factory GM rosette rivets and factory spray in white as typical for first generation Camaros and was likely replicated during the 1992 restoration. The original L35 396ci V8 made 325 horsepower when new and is said to display factory broach marks, code stampings, and correct date coded block. The entire drivetrain is also numbers-matching, including the Muncie M20 close-ratio 4-speed transmission, Heavy Duty suspension, Special Steering (N44), and original 12-bolt differential with 3.07:1 (G96) ratio.
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