1967 Chevrolet Camaro 2 Door Coupe - Built to Pro Touring Standards

Stock #P5046
SOLD
Pleasanton
Showroom
3,980
Mileage
Coupe - Built to Pro Touring Standards
Body Style
TH400 Automatic
Transmission
cylinders LS7 454 bored to 468
Engine
··· 129056
VIN
Not Specified
Exterior
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Interior
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Absolutely stunning in every way is this 67 Chevrolet Camaro Pro-Street Coupe finished in Black with Blue/Magenta accents over Black interior with color matched accents. Built to drive or show, excellent inside and out, top to bottom!

Engine

Custom built by BDS to create a streetable beast (on pump gas) LS7 454 bored to 468 cubic inches and fitted with a steel crank, LS7 polished rods, Ross 6.5:1 pistons, BDS cam, Milodon gear drive and oil pump and a stock wet sump oil pan, BDS ported and polished he cylinder heads and installed bronze guides, BDS used their 6:71 blower with twin Holley 990 double pumper carbs and an MSD 7AL electronic ignition and distributor, custom designed headers and mufflers flowing through a 3.5" exhaust to create the perfect blend of deep, authoritative tone without being harsh.

Transmission

Custom built by Sunco, Turbo 400 with 2500 stall converter, B&M Pro Stick shifter that creates strong positive shift without typical jerkiness of off-the-shelf shift-kits.

Safety

Art Morrison 2x3 Milled Steel Frame, 12pt roll cage and RCI 5pt harnesses, trunk mounted gel battery and a Jaz 16-gallon fuel cell.

Suspension

Avo coilover suspended nine-inch with 4.11 geared Ford rear-end housing, Moser axles and a spool, Art Morrison steel tubs and enormous 34.0/17.0-15 GT McCreary Speed Star race tires on 15x15" wheels, Morrison ladder bars and a panhard bar to keep the car straight, front-end has power assisted steering and disc binder, classic Pro Street sized 15x3.5" wheels and SR165 tires.

Body

Trick tilt front-end was custom welded together into one unified piece. The nose tilts to expose the awesome BDS powerplant and the front-molded frame, smoothed firewall and custom A-arms (the relocated master cylinder resides under the dash using a bell crank). The rear fender wells were stretched a full 5 inches to create the perfect proportions while still accommodating the massive rear rubber. Mariposas George Thomas gets the credit for the award-winning Black/Blue/Magenta paint on the silky smooth body that was discovered to be a factory rust free metal after stripping it down to the basics. The trophy winning pinstriping was performed by famed Bob Acosta.

Interior

San Joses Patrick Cone did the wonderful interior using custom high-grade cloth over Prelude seats and finishing the floors with quality Esses carpeting. The AutoMeter Pro Comp gauges are perfectly installed for function and aesthetics.

Pleasanton
Showroom
4321 First Street
Pleasanton, CA 94566
925-484-2262
Pleasanton
Showroom
4321 First Street
Pleasanton, CA 94566
925-484-2262