Year:1967
Make:Chevrolet
Model:Camaro
Mileage:93000 M
Transmission:Manual
Engine:427
Trim:RS
FUEL INJECTED 427 BBC, TKO 5 SPD, 4 WHL PWR DISCS, 575 HP, QUALITY BUILD!

'67 Camaro RS Restomod pics
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I purchased this vehicle (my dream car) 6 years ago. I live in the Pacific Northwest, Washington state to be exact and I've only had an opportunity to place 3500 miles on it. As most know, sunny, rain free days here are few. I just don't get a chance to drive it as much as I thought I would so I think it's time to let her go. PO did a great job on the build (quality parts and hardware throughout) but I fought poor idle and inconsistency with the FAST fuel injection and the Hooker headers were a terrible fit, bottoming out frequently. I replaced the headers with Doug's which fit much better and I'm kicking myself for not replacing the outdated FAST EFI much sooner than I did. Below is an edited version of the original listing from the 2016 listing that I read prior to purchasing the car.

This is a recently minted restomod that offers fuel-injected 575 hp big block power, five-speed manual, 12-bolt rear end and four-wheel discs that make this a pleasure to cruise.
The excellent Victory Red paint is borrowed from a much more modern Camaro pallet. This car is fresh from its build with enough miles to shake it out, so you still get all the benefits of the investment in plenty of modern clearcoats applied by a very professional hand. This mirror-like paintjob even extends to the painted white SS stripes. You know the body is laser straight because imperfections can't hide from this kind of artistry. Only the best chrome around can keep up with the red's luster, and you'll love the bumpers, rocker panels, and trim that are bright enough to compete with the paint for shine. This is a genuine Rally Sport coupe, and the hidden headlight grille is part of the proper package. But updating the electric headlight doors and adding an "SS" in the center are just a small touch to this restomod's flair. It's a mean machine that makes its presence known even when standing still, with custom pieces like the cowl induction hood, D80 rear spoiler, and iconic Cragar SS wheels with larger rear tires for an aggressive stance. Paint is very nice but not "show quality", please understand that there are usual rock chips on front valance and fenders.
Open the door, and everything in this interior feels fresh and new...because it is! The deluxe black vinyl buckets seats have all day comfort to back up their ultra cool look. They go fantastic with the crisp door panels, taut headliner, and fresh carpeting. Behind the woodgrained three-spoke wheel are the factory gauges including tach. Plus, there's a full set of auxiliary readouts on your right.
You can instantly tell no expense was spared in the engine bay because it's filled with a 427 cubic-inch big block bored .060 over to a 438. The V8 has been built with serious power in mind, including upgrades such as Holley Sniper fuel injection, Edelbrock RPM air gap intake, Brodix aluminum heads, Weiand water pump, Ron Davis Racing radiator, Dual 12" Spal fans, MSD ignition, and Doug's stainless steel headers. This monster motor produces 575 horsepower. You can tune the EFI or have it professionally tuned for $400 to set it up for your personal preferences. This power is instantly announced the moment you turn the key and the stainless steel Pypes performance X-pipe exhaust makes its wicker rumble. Making sure you have full control over this mighty motor is a Tremec TKO-600 five-speed manual transmission. That feeds a stout 12-bolt rear end with 3:73 gears and posi-traction. The final step in making sure all this power gets to the ground is a CalTracks rear racing split mono leaf spring and track bar setup. But in a coupe like this, control is important, too. That's why the independent front suspension now has Global West control arms with Hotchkiss 2" drop springs. Plus, power steering and four-wheel disc brakes are great features for driving anytime and anywhere. Tires of have plenty of tread but I'd recommend changing them due to age
This is a fully-built first-year Camaro that comes with a ton of documentation, including the owner's manual, project photos, and restoration receipts. You know what an ultimate restomod would cost you to build it, and now you get to be the first person to break this one in for far less...that is if you're quick enough to grab this deal. Call now!! Over $60,000 in receipts between 2010-2012 (imaging what it would cost today) for this build not including the actual purchase of car, or labor for paint/fitment and assembly. You truly must see the build to appreciate it. Everything new or professionally rebuilt OEM products.

DOCUMENTATION
  • Dyno Sheet
  • Owner's Manual
  • Build Receipts
Over the past 3 months I've installed:
- New MSD Probillet distributor, phasable rotor and cap
spark plugs, wires
  • New stainless steel headers
  • Holley Sniper EFI
  • Glove box insert

Just changed oil, oil filter, power steering fluid and brake fluid.

Please contact me with any questions. I'll do my best to answer your requests within 24 hours. II'm happy to provide you with additional photos of the car (very limited upload ability on this site) and welcome all potential buyers to come out and see personally and test-drive. Call or text me @ 206-240-5656.

'67 Camaro RS Restomod - 120 pics