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post #1 of 13 Old 09-05-2008, 06:01 PM Thread Starter
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1967 Camaro Coupe

I am selling my 1967 Camaro with SS350 trim. I have owned this car since 1981 and it underwent a 15 year restoration before I drove it for the first time. I has been driven sparingly since then and I have included all info regarding replaced parts. I have pictures and receipts documenting the whole restoration process. Asking $38,500 USD Contact me for more info.
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- NEW HEATER CORE G.M. NOS

- NEW BODY MOUNTS

- NEW TINTED WINDSHIELD

- NEW GAS TANK G.M. NOS

- NEW FUEL SENDING UNIT G.M. NOS

- NEW WEATHER STRIPPING AND WINDOW BRUSHES

- NEW FRONT FENDERS G.M. NOS

- NEW FRONT INNER FENDERS G.M. NOS

- NEW FLOOR PANS BOTH SIDES FRONT TO BACK

- NEW FULL REAR QUARTERS G.M. NOS, LEADED IN

- NEW INNER AND OUTER WHEEL WELLS

- NEW FULL TRUNK PAN AND SIDE PANELS

- NEW CARPET

- NEW SCUFF PLATES

- NEW ROOF LINER, VISORS AND SIDE PANELS

- NEW EMBLEMS, LOCKS, DOOR HANDLES AND BOW TIE MIRROR G.M. NOS

- NEW B.F.G. T.A.'S 215/65/15, 255/60/15

- 15" RALLYE WHEELS - VETTE ON REAR

- NEW SHOCKS, BRAKES- SHOES, LINES AND MASTER CYLINDER

- SWAY BAR , BUSHING AND PINS


REAR END (SAND BLASTED AND PAINTED)

- 12 BOLT POSI CODE PR (3.31 POSI), NOW RICHMOND 3:73

- MULTI LEAF REAR SPRING


BLOCK
CASTING 3914678 1968 327 HIGH PERFORMANCE
BORED 30 OVER

ENGINE KIT, TANKED, HONED AND CRANK POLISHED


4 Spd. Saginaw @ NEW H.D. 11" CLUTCH


HEADS
350 194 INTAKE, 150 EXHAUST

3 ANGLE VALVE SEATS

TEFLON P.C. VALVE SEALS

76 CC. COMBUSTION CHAMBER


CAMSHAFT
GENERAL KINETICS
.438" LIFT

284 DEG. DURATION

EDELBROCK INTAKE

TORKER, SINGLE PLANE


CARB.

HOLLEY 780 DUAL FEED, VACUUM SECONDARY


PISTONS

SPEED PRO, FORGED FLAT TOP

11:1 COMPRESSION

RINGS

SPEED PRO SINGLE MOLY 5/64" COMPRESSION

ROCKERS

SELF ALIGNING G.M.

SPRINGS

G.M. HIGH PERFORMANCE SINGLE

125 LBS. SEAT PRESSURE



PUSHROD

NEW BALL TYPE G.M.

OIL PUMP

G.M. HIGH PRESSURE OIL PUMP

TIMING CHAIN

SPEED PRO HIGH PERFORMANCE ROLLER CHAIN WITH STEEL GEARS

GASKETS

FEL PRO TEFLON PERFORMANCE FOR HEAD AND INTAKE


HEADERS

CERAMIC POWDER COATED

INTERIOR
NEW BLACK AND PARCHMENT DELUX INTERIOR FROM CAMARO SPECIALTIES IN(2007)
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post #2 of 13 Old 09-05-2008, 07:23 PM
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That is a nice collection you have there.

I hope you do not NEED to sell these. That would be a shame.

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Nice ride - good luck!

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post #4 of 13 Old 09-06-2008, 07:48 AM Thread Starter
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That is a nice collection you have there.

I hope you do not NEED to sell these. That would be a shame.
Thanks very much! No, I just hope to retire soon and it is time to thin the toys out a little. Time to move on.
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I am only 33, but you can adopt me. Serious.

I am partial to the 67, but I would just love to wash it each week for you.

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I am only 33, but you can adopt me. Serious.

I am partial to the 67, but I would just love to wash it each week for you.
I have a 21 and 19 year old that love to do that. They are not too happy with me right now.
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Well, my 6 year old is about to get his first job. You might have your kids look into a job and maybe they could pay you ahlf for one of your rides?

Just a thought!

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Well, my 6 year old is about to get his first job. You might have your kids look into a job and maybe they could pay you ahlf for one of your rides?

Just a thought!
6 year old?

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Yes. He also does dishes, washes clothes, helps me work on our cars, picks up after himself.

I mean he can walk, he is 6. He throws one hell of a Left handed spiral, but receivers usually don't like lefty QB's. (Spiral goes the wrong way)

I am not sure how you were raised, but I have been held responsible for something in my life from an early age.

We always get compliments on how well behaved he is. He is happy too.

So yes, he is 6 and he works. It may not be your typical job; I mean he does not leave the house at 7AM morning in a suit like I do, but he has responsibilties.

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That's a real nice Camaro you have there.

Good luck with your sale.
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