1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS This Pro-Touring Camaro is the real deal. Designed and built with all the best right here in Utah. A full rotisserie restoration on a real RS/SS 350 un-cut car. It is a car I started in 2003 with a vision to create AWESOME!
It turned out to be just that. I completed the restoration in 2015 and have only put 650 miles on it. Enough to work out most of the design and little bugs we all know show up when building a car of this caliber. You can look at the build sheet below but a couple of great highlights include a custom usable GM 502 Marine Big Block with full roller rockers and a lighter cam. Engine bay is highly detailed with billet aluminum and chrome. 1996 Grand Sport Admiral Blue with 15 coats of clear on top. The car is crazy fast so you feel very happy to strap into the Corbeau seats and 5 point harnesses. It is fully subframe connected and the Hotchkins track system keeps it glued to the road when you are applying lots of the 650HP through the Moser rear end. I just like dropping it into 5th gear with the Keisler custom transmission and cruising at 70mph and 2100rpm.
What makes it extra special for you is that it is a virgin car- never been out, seen, or shown. Still room to customize in your own way and enjoy tinkering with on the weekends to fine tune it to your own taste. Everything is balanced and it runs and drives great, even the hide-aways work.
Could use a couple of things all gauges work except for the clock and oil pressure original gauges. Just never took the time to tinker with them. A couple small fit and finish items in the interior too- but hey that is where you get to make it your own. I never installed a sound system either so you get to choose your own with your taste.
Rotisserie Restoration Completed 2015- High End Level- Show Quality
GM 502 Big Block
Ceramic Short Tube Headers
Summit Ignition System
Full Roller Rockers
Ron Davis Dual Electric Fan Radiator
Full Billet Aluminum