According to the seller of this 1967 Chevy Camaro, this is a one in a million find. I suppose there’s some truth to that, considering the level of equipment and preservation at play. Do you agree? This Camaro was supposedly owned by a female owner from new, and remained with her husband after her passing. Now that he is also deceased, the 327-equipped Camaro is listed here on eBay where bidding is over $27K but the reserve remains unmet.
It’s hard to deny the seller’s proclamations regarding condition when you see photos like these. The interior looks near perfect, which is even more impressive when you consider this Camaro has close to 63,000 miles on it – not exactly a car that’s lived in a bubble. So, you have a vehicle that came from the factory with the right equipment and it’s been lovingly maintained by a female owner. That’s hard to top.
The 327 is equipped with a four-barrel carb and offers up 275 b.h.p. – according to the seller, it’s the one you want. All matching numbers, no accidents, original paint – that does add up to a desirable specimen. Plus, the seller adds that other wear-and-tear items like weatherstripping in the doors is still lush and fuzzy, which hopefully means there isn’t much work for the next owner to tackle. That alone makes it more desirable than other projects.
And best of all, the hideaway headlamps still fire up! Most Camaros we see listed with these lenses show them in the down position – I love seeing them popped open on this car. Add into the mix that details like the slim chrome bumpers appear to retain excellent shine and the car comes with its desirable Protect-O-Plate and other paperwork, and you begin to see why bidding is strong so far. Any guesses what the reserve is set at?