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Chevrolet

1967

Camaro Pace Car

396 Cubic Inch V8

$125,900
Body Style: Convertible
Exterior: White
Interior: Blue

The Chevrolet Camaro is the one of the most iconic cars of the 1960’s. Production began in 1967 and the cars were offered with a myriad of options from six cylinder engines to monster big blocks. These cars helped define the muscle car era. Nothing did this better then the “big block” Camaros!! The car on offer here is one of the rarest of all Camaro variants. It is 1967 Camaro Pace Car convertible. One of only 43 “Festival” cars that were actually used in Indianapolis during the month leading up to the race. According to the experts, there were only 100 of these cars produced; 88 327 CID “small block” cars 5 396 “Big Block” automatic transmission cars 7 396 “Big Block” 4-speed manual transmission cars This car has a numbers matching, date code correct, engine and transmission and has undergone a fully documented rotisserie restoration and remains in wonderful condition. VIN 124677N213442 TRIM TAG: O4D R 67-12667 NOR113360 BODY 732-Z C-1 PAINT “ “ 2LGS 3L 4N -061A TRIM TAG DECODING: 04D (April, 4th week Build date) 732-Z (Bright Blue Interior, Z= bucket seats) W (tinted windshield) 2LGS (group 2, L= 4-speed, G=Console, S=rear antenna) 3L (group 3, L=Rally Sport) 4N (group 4, N=396/325 hp) “ “ (Dash code Indicates Blue Nose Stripe) 061A (Pace car code) Correct Motor, 4-speed transmission, Rear end Plus all components. BLOCK 3902406, T0412MW CASTING DATE A57 (JANUARY 5, 1967) HEADS 3909802 INTAKE 3883948 INTAKE CASTING DATE B17 (February 1, 1967) EXHAUST MANIFOLD 3909879 (LEFT), 3909880 (RIGHT) BELL HOUSING 3899621 ALTERNATOR 1100693 37A 7C31 (MARCH 31,1967) STARTER 1107565 1AB MUNCIE M-20, Main Case 3885010 p7d19 (April 19,1967), other side # 7N213442 This car has been collector owned, and just received a full service including an oil change and brake flush. The paint is excellent, the engine compartment restored and well detailed, and the interior is correct and near showroom. All systems work as they should, and the convertible top and mechanism is restored and works as designed. The car runs and drives well. This is one of the rarest of all Camaro variants.

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