Immaculate 1967 Chevy Camaro Z28 Needs A New Home
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GAA Classic Cars will soon be auctioning this first generation F-Body!
This stunning 1967 Chevy Camaro Z28 from one of the best epochs of muscle cars represents the first year of the first generation of the first Camaro. The legendary first-generation Camaro is one of the most sought-after production cars, and the Z28 is an even more desirable trim line. When GAA Classic Cars starts their winter auction, this rare beauty will be available to the highest bidder.
This old school Z28 is painted an attention grabbing bolero red paint with white racing stripes and is set to cause a sensation everywhere. Under the hood rests a rare 302 cubic inch V8, a limited production engine for this year's Camaro model. The 11: 1 compression engine has a set of forged pistons, a special fixed lift cam, and the large valve heads with 2.02-inch intake and 1.60-inch exhaust valves. A 780 CFM Holley 4BBL on an aluminum intake manifold takes off the engine.
Behind the engine is a Muncie 4-speed gearbox, which feeds into a rear with a gear ratio of 3.73: 1. A twin exhaust with deep mufflers gives this Camaro an American muscle car growl. A high-performance suspension with a traction arm helps you to steer and the performance is stopped by disc brakes.
This example is one of only 84 air pump emission system and 3911 carburetor Z28s built in California. It was also placed on the 1967 Z28 official registry by Jerry MacNeish. It will cross the auction block on Saturday during the GAA Classic Cars winter auction, which takes place November 5-7.
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