Offered here is a MINT first-year Camaro Super Sport, and one of the cleanest examples we've ever had for sale. 2017 marks the 50-Year Anniversary for the debut 1967 Chevrolet Camaro and you will not be disappointed with this example in any way. This car was professionally restored by Matt Braczak of Pennsylvania, after acquiring it from a large Camaro collection in 2006 with 25,000 miles on it. Mr. Braczak was also able to trace the cars origin to Herron Motors of Cooksville, Ontario, where the car was originally sold. His attention to detail in the restoration process is absolutely flawless. Be sure to check out over 150 photos and walk-around video of the vehicle running on our website.
The car is finished in original Butternut Yellow (code Y) over Black bucket seats (code 765-Z). It is powered by the original, numbers matching L34 396ci/325hp Big Block V8 engine with matching numbers Muncie 4-Speed manual transmission. It also has numbers matching Posi 3.31 rear end, date coded glass, date coded jack, original wheels and trim rings, and ceramic coated colors. Every component was thoroughly gone through during the restoration and only 2,450 miles have been recorded since completion. This car was just one of 4,003 Super Sports made. It comes with OEM floor mats, original owner's manual, original Camaro promotional material, and a copy of the original window sticker stuck on the rear passenger window.
This is a concours condition, show-winning vehicle. The highest quality work completed with the utmost attention to detail. You will be hard-pressed to find another Camaro SS in such amazing condition. Call or e-mail if interested. Thank you for looking.
1 – Make: Chevrolet
2 – Model: Camaro
4 – Engine: 8 Cylinder
37 - Body Type: Sport Coupe
7 - Year: 1967
N – Assembly Plant: Norwood, Ohio
203304 – Production Sequence