Chevrolet : Camaro SUPER SPORT

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Technical specifications

Fuel Type:GAS
Transmission:TURBOHYDRAMATIC 400
Trim:SS 396
Number of Cylinders:8
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ABOUT THIS 1967 CHEVROLET CAMARO SS - One of only 5,141 SS396s made in 1967
For sale is a very special Camaro, a 1967 model. This car is an real original 1967 California SS 396, TH-400 car. The options on the car are unique, and the optioned factory correct equipment as follows:
Nantucket Blue in and out
Original L35 325 HP rebuilt with receipts
TurboHydro 400 auto trans rebuilt
Matching numbers motor with VIN
Power Steering
Rally Wheels 15" X 7" GM FW code
BFG lettered radial tires T/As
Total nut and bolt frame off restoration
Flo Pro cross-flow muffler
Disc brakes non power, 4 piston calipers, rear drum
New interior complete
Era correct square radius rod -- traction bar
Rear brake line regulator valve
SS finned hood
Rare tilt steering column
Original body shell sheet metal + panels
Complete nut and bolt rotisserie restoration
Matching numbers 396/325 HP engine
3 speed TurboHydro 400 transmission
Incredible fit and finish
New trim
Completely new interior
Nice rear gearing 3.55 in a 12 bolt rear axle
Gauge package
Correct AM radio
Complete jack and era correct mini-spare
Investment quality- Original drivetrain
Original color Nantucket Blue new paint in and out
Factory style specs restored interior
Very well optioned
Body/Paint: Excellent body and very dry car to begin with. All original steel body shell with no patch panels.
Rare Original Camaro SS 396 - Nantucket Blue code D/D in and out
3-Speed Auto Shift Console TH400 – 396 – 325 L35 V8

The Chevrolet Camaro was introduced in North America by the Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors at the start of the 1967 model year.
A restored real 67 Camaro SS L35 396/325 HP matching number (Engine/Trans/Axle) car. The car is 99% done with only a few details to totally finish.

Multiple coats of primer and blocking producing a very straight car. Paint is Nantucket blue using base/clear color sanded and buffed. Very nice paint. Car comes with mini-spare tire, jack + hardware.
Interior: All new bright blue standard interior.
Everything works on the car. The seat covers were installed over the headrest base. Easy fix. New after market wood grain appearance steering wheel with SS cap. Correct era console with gauges and tach. Correct era retractable seat belts in matching interior blue.
And it comes with a rare tilt steering column.
Engine: Matching number original engine to the car. Deck pad stamped T0106MZ with Vin 7L138834. Totally rebuilt with receipts. Chrome valve covers. The carb is a GM Rochester 4 Bbl with divorced choke. Engine has Power steering pulley # 3873847 GM. Crank pulley # 3874416 BB.
Transmission/Rearend: Rebuilt TH400 3 speed original to the car. Correct 12 bolt original to the car with 3.55 gears.
Options: Power steering, non power Disc brakes with correct 4 piston calipers, L35 SS TH 400, tilt wheel, console and gauges.
Undercarriage: Totally restored. Very nice and clean. FloPro exhaust
11/16th sway bar. Suspension totally rebuilt. Glass: All original appearing glass.
Wheels & tires: Wheels are GM F code steel argent silver 15" X 7” Rallye. Tires are new BF Goodrich T/A radials 235/60R 15 rear and 225/60R 15 on front.
Cowl tag: 01E C21 - body number: 020808
01E = Built the Fifth week of January.
67-12437 = Standard Interior Coupe.
LOS = Built in Van Nuys California.
717 = Standard Blue Bucket Seats.
Z = (A50) Strato Bucket Seats (without headrests).
D-D = Car Color is Nantucket Blue
C121 = internal plant scheduling code.
4N = (L35) SS 396


The body of the SS is finished in one of the favorite colors, Nantucket blue. The car has always been this color in and out.
The paintwork on the Camaro was completed to a very high standard, and was a nuts and bolts rotisserie restoration, including the door-jambs, trunk, and underside of the hood and interior panels. It was painted by the previous owner in 2007 or 2008, the Camaro has been garaged and extremely well cared for since that time. The car has been used strictly as a collector car.
All of the body panels fit correctly and the car is tight, solid and rattle free.

The body of the Chevrolet is exceptionally straight and free from any dents, or damage. It is obvious that great care has been taken to keep this car is excellent condition both mechanically and cosmetically.

In addition to the body of the car, the engine bay is also extremely clean and original. Based on the block numbers, the Camaro retains its original engine complete with the Rochester Quadrajet 4bbl carburetor, factory air cleaner and chromed valve covers. The engine bay is totally stock and does not have aftermarket chrome, performance parts or upgrades.

The trunk on this car is spotless. The The trunk has the era correct inflatable mini-spare, jack and lug wrench. There is a stock style trunk mat in place.

* Original & Numbers Matching Engine
* Beautiful Chrome, Trim, & Stainless Steel
* Very clean undercarriage
* Original style side window glass
* Doors open and close perfectly with no sagging
* Front and rear suspension is tight & solid

The bumpers, with guards, are in excellent condition, free from dents, and do not show any pitting, dents, dings, or damage. They are in absolutely beautiful condition.

When it comes to the body of the Camaro, all of the body panels, including doors, hood and trunk, are very straight, line up well, and close solidly. An inspection of the rocker panels, rear lower fenders, under hood area, spare tire "well", and undercarriage shows it all to be in excellent shape. The remaining exterior trim is in good condition and reflects the cars high quality restoration over the years. The stainless is bright like new and free from dents or dings.
The door locks, inside and out, function properly and the door locks work.

The interior is in beautiful condition and appears to be largely original with factory options, having the appearance of a 1967 Camaro that is a year old. It is clear that any work that was done to the car was done in a high quality manner utilizing replacement factory style materials. The dash is fitted with an original AM radio that has a Chevrolet logo on the front.

The entire interior including front & rear seats, door panels, carpeting, trunk, trim, etc are excellent. The seats are firm and the material is flat and free from wrinkles. The rear seat is excellent.

The Camaro is equipped with the factory console, and factory center mounted gauges that are all functional. The car also is equipped with a new replaced speedometer, factory tachometer and the SS trim including the "SS" logo on the steering wheel horn button. Additionally, it is equipped with power steering and also front disc brakes. The Camaro has a rare, factory style, tilt steering wheel. The car is equipped with retractable seat belts, both front and rear.

All of the electrical system headlights, lights, turn signals, interior lights, and charging system are fully functional.

A minor issue with the front bucket seats is that they are not the original seats. They appear to be from a 69 Camaro but have been covered professionally and slightly visible on the top is the headrest slot which this car did not come with.
The body, paint and interior are show class.

The car has factory style retractable belts both front and rear in a rare matching blue color.


This Camaro SS runs and drives extremely well, a reflection of the care that it has received over the years.

The total mileage on the Camaro? The mileage showing on the new replaced odometer is just over 1500 miles. The odometer had been replaced during the nut and bolts restoration. The original mileage on the car as a result of its age cannot be verified but reports from owner to owner suggest that the mileage is reasonably low and the condition would certainly support that low reading. So, in the last 5 years since the current owner purchased the car, it has been driven very little.
VIN Number: 124377L138834
Engine Code: T0106MZ 7L138834 T = Tonawanda, NY factory, assembled Jan 6, 1967
MZ = 396 coded California block with emissions
Engine Cast #s: 3902406 orig 67 396 block, HI PERF PASS K 19 = 11/19/66 cast date
Transmission TurboHydramatic 400: 371 6509 CC-67
Rear End Code: PI 0112 G2
Carburetor: 7037211 Rochester
Intake Manifold: 3866948
Fan: 5 Blade Clutch fan – ordered on only 5% of Camaros
Cylinder Heads: 3909802 CLOSED CHAMBER HEADS
Water Pump Pulley: 3876846
Distributor: 1111169
Crank Pulley: 3874412 inner, outer PS 3874416 BB
Alternator: 19135668 10DN 55 amps
Starter: 1876552
Water Pump: 3856284

Only 5,141 of the 396 Camaros were made in 67 with matching drive train hard to come by. This Camaro represents a very nice solid original car perfect for weekend cruising with friends and family. The car represents a car that will appreciate over time. Considering the fact that this Camaro is a factory BB matching #s car and restored offers great value for the price. Why build one when you can have a finished car at a reasonable price. Little needs to be done to finish the car. One will have a very nice original finished BB matching Camaro providing good times for years to come.
Real 67 SS 396 Camaros are rare and with consideration that this car retains all its original body shell sheet metal makes it that much more desirable.
- 4N coded L35 396/325 HP Super Sport Camaro
- Original engine rebuilt by Okanagan Engines 3 years ago with receipts
- TurboHydramatic 400 auto transmission
- 12 bolt positraction rear end
- Factory right side era correct square traction bar
- Power steering
- Disc brakes
- Factory optioned correct tach and console gauges
- Delco AM radio
- antenna
- Front and rear spoilers
- Rally wheels with Disc Brake Caps
- Spectacular body-off rotisserie restoration completed in 2007/08 and ready for any show or cruise
- Very low mileage since restoration
Can assist for delivery in west USA and Canada for a reasonable mileage based fee as I can access a covered trailer .
serious buyers only, please!

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