This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS Convertible in Ermine White with black power top. It was originally built back in December 1966 at Norwood, Ohio plant.
Camaro was new for 1967 and was Chevrolet's entry into the pony car wars. What they developed was a car that could be an affordable six-cylinder sporty looking 'pretender' or a serious high-performance package of excitement. What we have here is the latter.
The base Camaro came with a 230 cubic inch six-cylinder engine producing 140 horsepower. You could also opt for a larger six at 250 cubic inches producing 155 horsepower.
The real fun started when you opted for the V8. A 327 Turbo-Fire was the standard V8 and would provide 210 horsepower. Upgrading to the SS package would get you the 295 hp Turbo-Fire 350 V8. You'd also get the 'SS' emblem on the fenders, 'SS 350' on the grille and gas cap, striped hood with non-functional scoops and bright body moldings on the sills.
Just like Ford did with the Mustang, Chevrolet encouraged you to personalize your Camaro with a multitude of options and configurations.
Check out the interior. You'll see the vinyl bucket seats (bench seats were an option) and the optional center console.
Some available Camaro Options for 1967
Floor console with shifter
Tinted glass (all windows)
Push-button radio with rear seat speaker
Stereo tape system with 4 speakers
Comfort-tilt steering wheel
Chevrolet produced 25,141 Camaro Convertibles for 1967. They had a base price of $2609 for the six cylinder and $2,704 for the base V8. 19,856 V8 convertibles were made. The SS package would have cost you $210.65 - a total of 29,270 were ordered but this is across both hardtops and convertibles.
This Camaro is also fitted with power steering and brakes, optional front and rear spoilers and optional center console.
This car is currently for sale on eBay. (follow the link for even more photos)
If you are interested in this car then speak to Stephen Cohen, Executive Sales Associate at Flemmings - (301) 816-1000 Extension #105 or (703) 856-6205 Cellular Direct # or firstname.lastname@example.org - he's a nice guy and will be happy to help you.