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1967 was a big year for Chevrolet. Its entry into the pony car segment, the Camaro, was born and chosen to pace the greatest spectacle in racing. The Camaro’s introduction as the 51st Indy 500 Pace Car was responsible for the creation of some of the rarest Camaros made.
Additionally, the pace car package could be ordered with two different engines and two different transmissions which made them even more rare and some were even considered to be instant collectibles. One of the rarest and sought after combinations was the 396-cid V8 engine 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Pace Car convertible being offered by Premier Auction Group.
This Camaro has received a fully documented professional rotisserie restoration and has been certified by Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish. With an Ermine White finish and blue stripe and Official Pace Car graphics, the body work is beautifully done and looks just as good as the day it rolled off the line. Likewise the interior is also in top shape. A white power convertible soft top covers the bright blue finished upholstery and power steering and power brakes add to the cars driveability.
Under the hood the 325-horsepower rated 396 V8 engine sits in a meticulously laid out engine bay. All of the body panels appear to line up and there does not seem to be any rust which is not so surprising considering this is a restored California car. If the first year for the Camaro pace car made an impression on you, this could be your opportunity to add your dream car to your garage. For more information on this car head on over to Premier or please click here to consign your vehicle.