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Chevrolet Camaro, for sale in Arlington, Texas, for $18,250.
1967 Chevrolet Camaro
What more could we possibly say about Camaros? These cars continue to be one of the most popular classics out there ranking up with the 57 Chevys and 32 Fords in terms of popularity. Everyone may not be able to ID a Ford Falcon but you can bet they can point out the nearest Camaro. The cool 1967 Chevrolet Camaro you are looking at here has a cool style and is a great driver. It isn't your restored trailer queen but certainly isn't a non functional project car either. It has tons of potential and could be driven as is or restored. It currently rolls around in a nice Yellow with Black racing stripes. That along with the rear routed dual exhaust and Centerline wheels certainly give it that tough "king of the road" look. The chrome and stainless on the car is all nicely mounted in place and has a good shine. The side molding is ran down each side and are accented with Camaro 350 emblems. The rear spoiler is in place and painted to match the car with black stripes.
Powering up this classic is a 350 V8 that starts up with no problems. The car drives very well and with no issues. The motor is made up of a Edelbrock Aluminum Intake manifold, Mallory distributor, Mallory coil, and Holley 4 barrel dual feed carburetor. The car has a great sound through the added headers into the dual exhaust which is routed out the rear. All of this is backed up by a 4 speed manual transmission that shifts nice and smoothly delivering power to the rear wheels through the 12 bolt rear end. The car has a working power brake system and has had discs added up front. To improve the ride rear air shocks are in place and are entirely adjustable.
Moving onto the interior you will find everything is mostly original. The only upgrades here include the blacked out Grant steering wheel and Kenwood AM/FM/Cassette player with JVC speakers. Everything else has been kept stock. The seats are done in a Black vinyl and are in good shape. The headliner is tight and topped with the original courtesy light. On the dash you will find all of the original knobs and switches as well as the all original air vents. The car currently does not have AC installed. The center console is nicely mounted between the seats and houses a gauge cluster and the Hurst shifter. A tachometer is in place next to the speedometer and works as it should.
Get this classic while you still can. It is a great opportunity and won't be around for long.
A real gem at the low price of $18,250.00!!