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1967 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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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.

Pros: Someday it will be amazing

Cons: Dunno yet

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1967 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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Great Classic Muscle Car — A throwback to the times when horsepower was king. A great thrill ride, even when obeying speed limits and listening to tunes.

Owner for 24 years, 6 months

Pros: Power, Looks & Performance.

Cons: Gets too much attention, Can't leave it alone and expect it to be there upon returning.  Handling, only great in a straight line!

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1967 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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There Are No Words... — Its quick off the line and stops just as fast. Solid suspension and performance tires. Loud pipes and soft leather make the ride that much sweeter

Pros: fat tires, 5 speed, its green

Cons: small block

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1967 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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Good Year Of Cars — solid car convertables good summer cruising lottsa crome wow whatever happened to that.

Pros: make

Cons: Like metallic green

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1967 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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American Dream — When this car first came out it turned heads. Everyone thought it was the beginning of a new life. Me personally have one. Buts its rusted and old. But it still works. It has 246531.

Owner for 20 years, 8 months

Miles Driven per Year:21,650

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1967 Chevrolet CamaroReview
CamaroCollector writes:
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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.)

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

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

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1967 Chevrolet CamaroReview
Truebull writes:
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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.)

Pros: First year Camaro Great lines true Muscle Car

Cons: no air con no Factory Disc Brakes

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1967 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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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.)

Pros: Turns Heads

Cons: Bad on gas

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1967 Chevrolet CamaroReview
Ron writes:
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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

Pros: It's good looking.

Cons: No power steering.

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1967 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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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.)

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

Cons: 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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