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whats this car worth?
This absolutely gorgeous 0-1 paint code, Camaro Convertible Pace Car was built at the Norwood plant in the fourth week of April, 1967. It is powered by a combination that is rarely found in authentic pace cars; a numbers matching 396/325hp engine and a 4 speed manual transmission. Equipment includes; power steering, power brakes, redline tires, rally wheels, nose strip, rear pace car flags, hood louvers, convertible top, bright pedal treatment, center console, gauges, AM/FM radio, Rally Sport and Super Sport packages, and much more. This car has been restored with great attention to quality, authenticity, and originality. This car is listed in the “The Official Keeping Pace Registry” and Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish has certificated this car and the trim tag to be real and authentic. It is very rare that a car like this would be offered for sale. This is a great opportunity to purchase a stunning, authentic, big block, 4speed, RS/SS, 1967 Camaro Convertible Pace Car.
 
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