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1967 Chevrolet Camaro (ONE OWNER) for sale by Owner - Lebanon, New Jersey

$49,999 $46,999 USD
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FOR SALE: One Owner - early Camaro - built November 1966
Antique/Classic / Lebanon, New Jersey

This 1967 Camaro was acquired from the
original owner who purchased the car as a
Christmas Gift for his wife in 1966. This
Camaro has an official GM production date of
November 28, 1966 as confirmed by NCRS
(National Corvette Restorers Society). It was
delivered to Werring Chevrolet - Oldsmobile
Inc. of Basking Ridge New Jersey dealer code
337 in zone 35 and has spent its entire life
in the area, never leaving the Somerset and
Hunterdon Hills of NJ. NCRS documentation and
repair reciepts through the life of this
speacial Camaro go with the car along with
original owner contact information.

The car has been carefully and meticulously
restored to the condition it came off the
assembly line the fourth week of November
1966. Unlike most first generation Camaro\'s,
this one is a low option car that was born
bare bones with only several options. Most
significant is the convertible option, AM
Radio, Center Console and Automatic
Transmission.

Please carefully look at the pictures,
extensive write-up and ask questions as not
all restorations are the same. This car was
literally stripped of every nut and bolt with
the sub frame removed allowing it to be
reassembled exactly as it looked in late 1966
as one of the earliest Camaro\'s produced. My
deal with the family when acquiring this car
in May 2006 was that it would be properly
restored to its original condition. Until
that point it was used by the son through
2003 at which time it was parked until I
acquired it in 2006. I am the second owner
with my NJ State issued certificate of title
indicating it had one previous owner.

Interestingly this car is the highlight of
shows, cruise nights, parades, etc., as
everyone seems to have a restored Z-28, SS,
RS or Retro Rod with modern drivetrains with
few (if any) of these simple pony cars
restored to original condition. I am an avid
collector, restorer and follower of 60\'s GM
Muscle cars having several other fist gen
Camaro\'s, Vette\'s and GTO\'s in the
collection and over the years.

Documentation consists of repair receipts
dating back to 1980 as well as all the
receipts since I have owned the car. I have
complete access to the original owner and
will be sure the new owner has their contact
information.

The pictures speak for themselves as to the
condition it was when I acquired the car, the
restoration process and final result.

The VIN and Cowl Tag on these Camaros are
quite simple to translate with the specifics
on this one as follows:

VIN: 123677N141334

1967 Camaro VIN Interpretation

1 = Chevrolet

2 = Camaro

3 = 6-Cylinder Engine

67 = Convertible Body

7 = Model Year

N = Norwood Ohio Assembly Plant

141334 = vehicle serial number sequence

1967 Camaro Cowl Tag Interpretation

• 11D = Build Date November,4th Week

• B = Interior Color Code - Blue

• ST 67 = Model Year

1 = Chevrolet

2 = Camaro

4 = Standard Interior

67 = Convertible

• NOR = Prod Plant, Norwood Ohio

• 41335 = Fisher Body Number

• TR 717 = Interior Trim Blue

Z = Standard Bucket Seats

• E = Exterior Color Code –

Deepwater Blue

• 1 = Convertible Top Color, White

• D = Power Convertible Top

• 2MG = Power Glide Auto Trans with

Center Console

1967 Camaro Facts:

The first Camaro was introduced on September
26, 1966. This particular car was
manufactured the fourth week of November
1966.
The 1967 model was the only first generation
Camaro to have both rear shocks mounted
forward of the rear axle.
The 1967 Camaros did not have side marker
lights.
The 1967 Camaro was the only Camaro model to
have its VIN tag mounted to the door hinge
pillar.
Though similar to 1968, the 1967 instrument
panel was unique to the year. Its padding did
not fold over the corners as did the
following year. And, with the exception of
air conditioned models, the 1967 instrument
panel did not have the side air (Astro
Ventilation) vents.
The ignition for the 1967 model (and 1968)
was located on the dash.
Chevrolet listed curb weight for the 1967
Camaro as 3,165 pounds for the 6-cylinder
convertible.
The 1967 was the only Camaro model to feature
side vent windows.
All 1967 Camaros had single leaf rear
springs.
The center console design used in 1967 was
unique to the year.
Details:

230 Cubic Inch, 140 Horsepower straight or
inline Six Cylinder Engine
Power Glide Automatic Transmission
Firestone Sup-R Belt G70-14 Red Sidewall
tires are mounted on original 14” steel
wheels color matched to body in Deepwater
Blue.
Exterior includes new quarter panels, fenders
and door skins. Hood, cowl and trunk lid
original. New floor pans left and right as
well as trunk pan. Goodmark sheet metal was
used in restoration. All glass including the
windshield is original. Roof replaced,
electric pump and reservoir rebuilt.
Interior is all new and was completed by a
local upholstery contractor who worked at a
GM dealer in the 60\'s and 70\'s doing just
that before he retired. I was lucky to find
him as he meticulously completed the job.
Seat belts are all original and color coded
to match interior, not aftermarket or
replica. I was offered $1000 just for the
seatbelts from someone who wanted original
blue belts, obviously I rebuilt and cleaned
them to current functioning condition.
Mechanically the motor was taken completely
apart, boiled the block and rebuilt or
replaced anything that was needed maintaining
the starter, alternator, carburetor and
anything that could be rebuilt and replaced
with original equipment. All new wiring
harness throughout vehicle with all lights,
gauges, radio, heater, wipers, etc., working
as they should.
Price: $49,999 negotiable

Price History

Original Price$49,999
Listed Price$46,999(-3,000)
Total Price Change:-$3,000

Excluding price changes of less than $100.

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