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Hidden Headlights! 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS

In 1967, the hugely popular Ford Mustang finally had competition. Though the Plymouth Barracuda beat the Mustang to market by 17 days in 1964, Ford almost had the new “pony car” market to itself until the Chevy Camaro came along. This first-year edition is both a drop-top and a Rally Sport, making it one of the rarer examples of likely survivors in this condition. Located in Knoxville, Tennessee, this Butternut Yellow convertible is available here on eBay where $30,200 has yet to crack the seller’s reserve. Thanks, Barn Finder Charlie, for coming through with this tip!

Chevrolet built 221,000 examples of the new Camaro in 1967. That’s a far cry from the 472,000 Mustangs that Ford cranked out, but way ahead of the other new players, the Mercury Cougar and Pontiac Firebird. Of those Camaros, just under 20,000 were V8 convertibles (like the seller’s car), and nearly 65,000 had the Rally Sport (RS) option (also like the seller’s auto). When factoring those together with the L30 327 cubic inch V8 and the M35 Powerglide automatic transmission, were there only a few thousand drop-tops like this one assembled?

Other than an older repaint, this three-owner ’67 Camaro is said to be an unrestored, unmolested vehicle. It originated in the same city where it’s offered now and was owned by one party alone from 1970 to 2019 when the seller was able to acquire it. There are 92,000 miles on the 210 hp engine and the car runs well and shifts properly. With the RS package, this car has peek-a-boo headlights and an original interior whose only issues may be a loose seam on one of the seats, worn carpeting, and a tired headliner within the convertible top.

In the past three years, the seller has added power front disc brakes and rebuilt parts of the suspension in the front and back. The tires are newer and ride on added 15” Rally wheels. The seller kept all the old parts that were removed, including the 14” steel wheels. Besides surface rust, there is one small hole in the trunk that could be easily repaired. With a little work, this could be a car you could drive and enjoy for some time before undertaking a restoration down the road.


  1. Bub

    Beats that crapo COPO. Which is not, respectfully, “priced accordingly.”

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  2. Dave_in_AZ

    2023 SS is only a few dollars more than that asking.

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    • JoeNYWF64

      Unlike in this ’67, if you have 3 adult friends, you will need a 2nd modern claustropobic inside camaro to carry them all! – unless friend #2 doesn’t mind sitting sideways in the back seat, & friend #3 can fit in the small trunk. lol
      & #2 friend would not even be seen by Suzanne Sommers if she pulled up next to the ’23 & looked at the car – thanks to its ridiculous tiny side rear window openings.

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  3. Oldschool Muscle

    Yes the 50 percent copo is way over priced..This much better

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  4. Cesar Parra

    Good afternoon, is that 1967 Chevy Camaro lfor sale? If so how much?

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