1967 Chevrolet Camaro User Reviews

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  • Performance:4.6 out of 5 stars4.6 out of 5 stars4.6 out of 5 stars4.6 out of 5 stars4.6 out of 5 stars 4.6 / 5
  • Appearance:4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars 4.4 / 5
  • Build Quality:4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars 4.5 / 5
  • Overall: 4.8 out of 5 stars4.8 out of 5 stars4.8 out of 5 stars4.8 out of 5 stars4.8 out of 5 stars 4.8 / 5

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PROS
"ride" 7 reviews
"power" 7 reviews
"speed" 3 reviews
"suspension" 2 reviews
"handling" 2 reviews
CONS
"brakes" 6 reviews
"fuel economy" 5 reviews
"ride" 3 reviews
"steering" 3 reviews
"drum" 2 reviews

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CamaroCollector writes:
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5

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It's a head turner, looks awesome, great stereo system and it's very driver friendly.

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Limited driving season (live in Michigan) don't like parking it in parking lots with it

CamaroCollector
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Fuel Injected Dream Machine (for The Wife) — It does 0 to 60 in just under 6 seconds, the ride is a little rigid but it takes a corner as good as a new Corvette. The brakes stop perfectly, Nice rumble from exhaust, this is the car to drive if you want be noticed

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Truebull writes:
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First year Camaro Great lines true Muscle Car

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no air con no Factory Disc Brakes

Truebull
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True Classic — Just a fun car to own, complete frame off will help this car survive another 40 years or more. Driving it you get more looks from others than $100,000.00 imports. making Improvements to the original factory design like disc Brakes was easy also custom suspension parts just added to the Camaro's handling

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Thomas writes:
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5

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Turns Heads

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Bad on gas

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I Was A Long 3 Year Build — It took a very long time to finish it a little over 3 years. A car like this, are never done any ways. It has a 355 with candfield heads and has about 400hp, 12 bolt 3.73 and a 700r trans with a 3000 stall. It was a frame off, everything came off and was cleaned or painted and put back together. This years project is to put the numbers matching 350 back in it.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Andy writes:
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510 HP 505 FT LBS

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6 mpg and no A/C

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My 67 — Its a red first generation Camaro with over 500 hp, a muncie 4 speed and 3.73 gears. Whats not to like? I've had it since I was 13 and have completely restored it from the ground up. This car is definitely the most fun to drive.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Michael writes:
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Style power speed. Pure Big Block Muscle car

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No power steering, not the best gas mileage but not driven very much

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Rs/ss Camaro — 67' RS/SS 427 Camaro. 500/500. Built for straight line speed while trying to maintain street manners. Owned since 83'. Many modifications through the years but retains all original sheet metal including original floorpans. Its a big hotwheels car, looks fast sitting still. Lots of SS, chrome and billet aluminum hi/po parts, some hand crafted, including full 3inch SS dual exhaust.

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Arin writes:
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Someday it will be amazing

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Dunno yet

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My Newest Project. — This is a 1967 Camaro RS/SS. It was one of few made with an aluminum 427 cu.in. V8. It is pretty rough right now but will someday be an amazing car again. This is my favorite year of Camaro.

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marlin1893 writes:
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Classic looks that never gets old. Value will always go up if maintained properly.

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Rough ride compared to new Camaro , small trunk handling need to be upgraded from stock

marlin1893
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Classic Muscle Car — Loved this car overall as my fifth Camaro I've owned. After going thru everything it ran and looked great winning trophies every time I entered it in car shows. As with most classics you have to be careful where you drive and park so it's not an everyday car but lot's of fun when you drive. Pin yourself in the seat acceleration, not so good braking or cornering. Great cruising summer car!

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lots of HP

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stops at all gas stations

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Nice Weekend Driver — i liked building and painting this SS, it takes about 2 years for me in my spare time working lots of hours each week on motor, bodywork, brakes , electrical, interior,and painting , wet sanding and polishing...not perfect but still a very nice driver.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Ron writes:
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It's good looking.

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No power steering.

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Very Nice And Good Looking — It's a red convertible. Almost all original. One thing i don't like is that it doesn't have power steering. This car is a nice show room car, not the greatest for everyday driving. But if your driving in like a cruise this car is one to get!

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Ride is good, handling is excellent, power moderate with original equipment. Looks are far above anything else

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Rear seat is not really comfortable. Have to be careful about certain replacement parts as the first Camaros used parts from other Chev vehicles

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Wouldn't Let It Go For Any Price. — 2/2012 Just put my optional drive train in it for a while. 396 / Saginaw 4 sp. crashbox. OH what joy. Pure good looks. Love to watch the NOx'ers drool. The bucket (w/o headrests) seats are very comfortable to me, but then I'm only 5'8"/150 lbs. Driver side floorboard irritating to passenger as part of it was driven 1 1/2" into the foot area years ago to get Dougman headers on it. Stability and stance are great, partially because the rear tires are mounted on "deep dish" station wagon rims (w/original hub caps) and the front is on early 70's chevy smoke grey 5 spoke mags. I bought this used in 1970 and it has been and is a real joy to have. It's still a driver and will stay so. I'm retired, so I really get to enjoy it now.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Absolutely Stellar Machine By CamaroCollector

I enjoyed building it and doing all of the upgrades. The car does 0 to 60 in 3.8 seconds, it stops on a dime and leaves 8 cents change, the onboard navigation is nice for going to car shows that are a... Read More

Best I Could Ever Amagine For A 16 Year Old In Love With Hotrods And Building Them By Chris

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Looks Fast Even When Parked By llowesalem

I went thru an ugly divorce and lost all interest in finishing it. It only needs fiberglass front end bolted together, seats and a Ford to Chevy driveshaft to complete. I have over $7000 of brand new ... Read More

Awesome By DEALMAKER8869

Love hearing the 302 engine run and shifting the 4 speed tranny.Also the hugger orange with white stripes is great looking.Have a lot of fun bringing a old car back onto the road again.Enjoy the stori... Read More

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Rs Dream By Mike

This car has had a total frame up restoration, new quarters,, trunk, rear suspension and added the C5R 427 with just a little spray on top....VERY fast, this thing should be real fun with slicks!! S... Read More

Patty By Harley

I love my car more than life its self. Takes a ton of money in up keep but its worth it in the end. i can dump the clutch and roast the tires off any time any place. there is nothing better than drivi... Read More

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Camaro By 4053bronx

A rare car .A real conversation car take it to all the local shows. Meet a lot of great people and see great cars at all these shows year round . Very reliable car and easy to maintain at any local ... Read More

Baby By Marie

She runs like she looks I love my car. I have done a few modifications so she handles alot better than stock set up. A few upgrades to the engine and she is faster than the day she was born. Read More

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Camaro By Sean

Performance is great! acceleration couldnt be better but handling could be better but its because i have rally wheels and tires. Build quality is good a lil surface rust but shes a work in progress Ap... Read More

Beautiful Classic Worth Every Penny. Lots Of Power In A Fun Package. No Speedometer =) By Kevin

1972 Camaro Rally Sport, A true Rally Sport car, originally in what could be described as "cream yellow". Originally this car was equipped with a 350sbc, t-10 4spd. combination. Modified 350sbc, makin... Read More

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