I'm planning on making my 67 convertible an SS clone also. It was originally a 327 powerglide.
The drivetrain is a 383 with a Tremec 5 Speed. I've got all the badging including the gas cap. And I'm planning on buying an SS hood with the appropriate "inserts". I'm going to check my white book tonight but I thought, at least for 67, the SS option only included the badging, hood, and the 275 hp 350.
Red 67 Convertible
Red Deluxe Interior
383/Tremec 5 Speed
4 Wheel Disk
As we're adding all the "DON'T FORGETS"... one very important one for me...
Don't forget it IS a clone and NEVER will actually be an SS. Keep that in mind if you ever decide to sell it. Genuine SSes are more valuable and even though YOU wouldn't try it, someone down the road might not know the car's history and get burned believing he's getting the real thing. It's all fun and braggin' at cruise nights, but there are ethical and legal issues when money starts changing hands.
There's an SS on the Black Painted (396 style) butt of my '69 convertible. It was advertised as an SS. I knew enough to know it wasn't, he fessed up and I bought it for a fair price. Whenever someone gets excited about my "SS" I make a point of telling them it's just an insignia. In my restification, while I'm adding factory options like console gauges, and power windows, fold-down rear seat, I'm taking credit for adding them and not passing them off as factory installed. I'll also be painting the whole car (including the rear panel) its' original garnet red and adding the plain old blue bow tie it came from the factory with. Just my 4 cents worth.
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