|We're pleased to present another rarity in the form of this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Pace Car convertible. Less than 300 of these cars were built to celebrate the brand new Camaro as the pace car for the 1967 Indianapolis 500. It is believed that less than 100 of these cars were equipped with a 4-speed transmission. This fine example has just been treated to an exacting professional frame-off restoration. It's equipped with a date code correct 350 engine, power disc brakes and rare power top. This Camaro is a true factory Pace Car with all the appropriate codes on the cowl tag; O4A build date, C-1 paint code, 3L RS code, 4P SS 350 code and L181A fleet code. No serious Camaro collection is complete without the rarest Pace Car of all.
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|1967 - $23,900|
We're pleased to present this very solid 1967 Chevrolet Camaro born in Southern California. She's dressed in good looking Royal Plum paint with a freshly restored black interior. Power comes from a fresh 350 V8 equipped with a four-barrel carb and ceramic coated headers which sends the power to a four-speed transmission. The new exhaust system sounds good and the rebuild front end makes this first-year Camaro drive well. If you're looking for a fun car at a good price this four-speed pony car will be hard to beat.
|1969 - $49,900|
Earth shaking. Fire breathing. Eye popping. That pretty much sums up this 1969 Camaro convertible in full RS/SS regalia, but I guess I'll go on anyway. Power comes from a tricked 468 big block mated to a 4-speed transmission and 12-bolt rear end. While definitely built to boogey, this beast is also heavily optioned with power steering and brakes with discs up front, tilt wheel, deluxe comfort weave interior and white power top. You'll also find a center console with a full set of Auto Meter gauges and an AM/FM stereo. Rolling stock consists of American Racing Torq-Thrust wheels with beefy 255 50 17 tires out back and 235 45 17s up front. This big block Camaro has it all. Don't miss out.
|1969 - $32,900|
Here's an air conditioned 1969 Chevrolet Camaro in Daytona Yellow paint and a black interior and decked out in full RS/SS trim with correct SS rally wheels. Power comes from a beefy sounding 350 small block engine mated to the original 3-speed transmission. The new black interior features bucket seats, floor shifter and a center console with full factory style gauges. This Camaro has the right look and is ready to turn heads on cruise night or just driving to work.
|1969 - $52,900|
This true Z11 1969 Camaro RS/SS Pace Car left Colorado for the arid climes of Arizona in 1971 and never left. Until now, that is. Where this fine, one-owner Camaro find its next home is anybody's guess. Your place, maybe? This stunning automobile is powered by the original 300 horsepower 350 and backed up by a four-speed transmission which sends power to a 12-bolt posi rear end. This HA coded, 4-bolt main block features a rare 3932388 casting number. For whatever reason, this rare block only found its way into a handful Camaros. This Z11 Pace Car is freshly restored with new Dover White paint with all proper Hugger Orange striping and SS badging. The orange houndstooth interior has been refreshed with OEM seat covers rather than modern reproductions, which aren't quite as vivid as the originals. Carpet and door panels are original to the car. This special car also features air conditioning that was dealer installed in 1971 (It's HOT it Arizona!), a factory heavy duty suspension, plus a pile of service receipts, AZ registrations and title dating back to the early 1970s.
|1970 - $45,900|
This unrestored 1970 Camaro Z-28 RS is about as original as it gets. From the VIN stamp on the 360hp LT-1 350 to the casting numbers on the Muncie transmission and 12-bolt, 3.73 Posi rear, all the numbers jibe with the O5B build date on the cowl tag. This strong running car is in great condition mechanically with the looks to match. It has been repainted in original Cranberry Red. The floors still wear factory original paint. Options include power disc brakes and comfort weave interior. '70 Z-28 RS Camaros are currently a hot commodity with values on the rise. Here's your chance to get in on the action with a true survivor.
|1971 - $26,900|
This 1971 Camaro is powered by a 350 horsepower 350 cubic inch Ramjet fuel injected crate motor mated to a Turbo 350 transmission. The car is solid top to bottom with fresh Hugger Orange paint and SS badging. Inside you'll find a nice, clean interior with an AM/FM/CD stereo system. Options include power steering and brakes with discs up front. Boss Motorsports wheels with fresh, low-profile tires give this Camaro an aggressive look. This is a lot of car for not a lot of money. Give us a call for more details.
|1985 - $14,900|
And now for something completely different: This 1985 Camaro has been transformed into a rolling tribute to the one and only Captain America. A custom red, white and blue paint job graces this Camaro's sheet metal and the hood features a sweet airbrushed depiction of the man himself. Lamborghini style doors and custom 22" Stratus wheels finish of the dazzling look of this car. The patriotic theme carries over to the interior which has been decked out in more red, white and blue and features a multimedia entertainment system with dual LCD displays and speakers all over the place. Under the hood is a beefy small block Chevy engine with plenty of gusto to ensure peace, happiness and the American way for all!