The 1967 Chevrolet Camaro was green lighted for production in 1964 by General Motors and eventually became available in a hardtop coupe or convertible body style, with almost 80 diverse factory options, and 40 dealer accessories, as well as three main option packages and a preference of four different engines.
The three main coupe options include the RS, the SS and the Z-28 while the convertible was obtainable in base trim or as a Super Sport. It was initially advertised as a “road machine” and guaranteed buyers “wide-stance solidity, and large car command,” but in actuality, it was more like a “Junior Corvette” that provided the family man with a longing for a real sports car the chance to purchase one with four seats.
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1967 Chevy Camaro specs
As for 67 Camaro specs – several options and option packages were presented with various “model-options” that changed the essential Camaro into quite a few diverse models. It had a singular body with screwed on front frame segment to bear the engine, steering, front suspension, and sheet metal workings.
Emblems on the Camaro were to be found in the fenders, grille, steering wheel and fuel filler cap. The rear panel was low-gloss black, and all the cars had distinctive stripes around the nose. The Camaro had a bright interior trim that was available in two options, the standard or deluxe trimmings.
The Z-28 was designed specifically to participate in the SCCA Trans-Am series. It incorporated a solid-lifter 302 V8, power disc brakes, 4-speed transmission and two wide stripes down the hood and deck lid.
1967 Camaro interior
The interior of 1967 Chevy Camaro is more like the most of 1960s muscle cars, with huge center panel with big speedometer and tachometer gauges and center tunnel. 3-spoke steering wheel has sporty design in SS versions, plus bucket seats in all trims.
1967 Camaro engine
Chevrolet Camaro 1967 has a base powertrain, a 230ci L6 engine timed at 140- horsepower, linked to a manual 3-speed transmission. All 1967 Chevrolet Camaro engines are obtainable with either a 3-speed, 4-speed manual transmission or a Power glide automatic.
1967 Camaro SS
The SS (super sport) model was a performance package which contained a customized 350ci V8 engine with an obtainable 396ci giving out 325HP and afterward a 375HP version, A Borg-Warner heavy-duty three-speed manual was optional, together with simulated air intakes on the hood, enhanced suspension, special bumble bee striping, a blacked-out grill, heavier suspension workings, Wide tires, unique “SS” emblems and louvered SS hood. 1970 Chevrolet Camaro didn’t have such spectacular engine.
Beneath the hood was a 5.7 liter eight-cylinder engine with a Torque ranking at 380 pound-feet at 3200 rpm. The Chevrolet Camaro SS 1967 has a two-finned rectangular emblem sitting atop a flat hood with SS badging visible on the horn button, grille, and gas cap.
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1967 Camaro colors
The 1967 Chevrolet Camaro was available in various colors with different stripes and trimmings differentiating the various options available. The SS option had special striping and SS badging on the grille, front fenders, gas cap, and horn button.
The RS model had RS badging and rocker trim while the Z-28 had racing stripes on the hood and trunk lid and front fender emblems. Although the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is no longer in production it is still touted as the first in the era of muscle cars produced by the company.