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post #1 of 10 Old 11-03-2009, 12:20 PM Thread Starter
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FS: 1967 Camaro SS/RS Convertible

My new 2010 SS/RS just arrived, , so I must sadly sell my 1967 Camaro SS/RS Convertible to make room. The complete information is listed below. I am asking $38,500.00 OBO with over $50K invested. Plez feel free to PM me if you have any questions.

1967 Camaro SS/RS Convertible

Matching numbers 327 V8 – 4 barrel
Original 4 – speed transmission with Hurst Shifter
Factory Air Conditioning
Wood Grain Tilt Steering Wheel
Original radio (not hooked up) and Custom AM/FM 4-speaker stereo system w/remote
Power Steering
Four-wheel Power Disk Brakes
Ten-bolt 3:70 Positraction Rear End
New Boyd Coddington Smoothie 17” Polished Custom Wheels
New P245/R45R17 front and P255/50R17 rear tires


The following items have just been completed:

• Complete frame off total rotisserie restoration
• Bolero red exterior
• New Rally Sport Grille with electric head light motors
• All new chrome
• New windshield glass
• New white deluxe bucket seats interior
• Complete engine rebuild (dynoed @ 306 hp)
• New carburetor
• New 11” Brake Booster
• New radiator
• New radiator, AC, and PS hoses
• Stock exhaust manifolds
• Complete new exhaust system
• Complete transmission/clutch/pressure plate/rear end rebuild
• New Air Conditioning condenser/hoses converted to R134
• Complete new interior
• New white convertible power top
• New clutch/disk/pressure plate
• New starter
• Numerous other new miscellaneous parts.

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post #2 of 10 Old 11-03-2009, 12:49 PM
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Hey Gary - Car is beautiful! Love the 67 RS/SS Convertibles the best

First I've heard of a '67 SS with anything smaller than a 350 CI motor? Are you positive that is the correct motor in the car?

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Hey Gary - Car is beautiful! Love the 67 RS/SS Convertibles the best

First I've heard of a '67 SS with anything smaller than a 350 CI motor? Are you positive that is the correct motor in the car?
Hi Joe,

Thanks for the complement. According to my Jason Scott Camaro Restoration Guide, and some other sources, you could get anything from a 250 6 cylinder, 302 V8, 327 V8, 350 V8, to a 396 V8. Or, you might even want one of those 572 crate motors from your local Chevrolet Dealer!

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Thanks for the complement. According to my Jason Scott Camaro Restoration Guide, and some other sources, you could get anything from a 250 6 cylinder, 302 V8, 327 V8, 350 V8, to a 396 V8. Or, you might even want one of those 572 crate motors from your local Chevrolet Dealer!
250 6 was not in the SS, neither was the 302 (Z28 only).
I'd have to checkout that Jason Scott guide about the 327 SS, all of my literature and documentation from the era says it was 350 and up.

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Just found the Jason Scott book on Google LINK

Point me to the reference, I'm curious

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Are you kidding! I would never get rid of that car if I were you...
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250 6 was not in the SS, neither was the 302 (Z28 only).
I'd have to checkout that Jason Scott guide about the 327 SS, all of my literature and documentation from the era says it was 350 and up.

Stunning car

Just found the Jason Scott book on Google LINK

Point me to the reference, I'm curious
Hi Joe,
You may be right. I found some info on the web that says SS models could only be ordered with the 350 or the 396. My convertible was not originally an SS/RS, but does have matching numbers. See page 142 in Chapter 5 for a list of all the available engines in 1967. I didn't find anything in there about which engines were available in the SS. Good eye!

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NP Gary, I'm always looking for new info on these 1st gen rides.

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1967 Camaro SS/RS Convertible

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Congrats! Great ride for sure

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