Put Away Very Wet: 1967 Camaro RS

'67 Camero left side

There surely has to be a lot of history behind this Camaro and how it’s ended up in the condition it currently is in and yet we only know a little of it. We know there is no title, no reserve, no engine, no transmission, the bidding started at $1 and at the time of writing it was at $1,606. This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS, what’s left of it, is listed here on eBay and is sitting in Thurman, Ohio.

'67 Camero int.

The car was ordered with the deluxe interior and the previous owner stated that this car had prior race history out of New York. The unique paint job should make it easy to identify by someone who spent time at the track around New York when this car would have been raced, if it really was raced.

'67 Camero tag

The engine and transmission are long gone. This was a four-speed car and still has the pedals in place.

'67 Camero left rear right

The cross-member, a set of headers and the driveshaft are in the trunk. There is also some serious rust hiding in there as well. Given how readily Camaro parts are, you could fix this body, but at this point it would seem easier to find a cleaner shell to start out with. We don wonder what the story behind this car is though. All the customization work suggests someone loved it at one point, but what happened?

'67 Camero front

The previous owner, who is said to do Camaro restoration work, says the hood is an original GM cowl induction hood, not a reproduction. With the 26 bids, at the time of writing, it appears that there are enough pieces of value on this car for more then one buyer. If you need the parts and/or the wheels, what are they worth to you?

Motor-on,

Robert

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Comments

  1. Paul R

    I would install a healthy big block / 4 speed and drive it just like it is. Gotta dig those fender flares and Lakewood traction bars!!

  2. randy

    Another car worth way more than the previous 356.

  3. Frankie Paige

    Being that the previous owner, a restorer specializing in camaro’s sold it says a lot. It’s definitely worth the time and money. I like old race cars like this, the paint, flared fenders and so on, they should be kept around. I would not restore this car, I would fix it to the point where you could lot drive it and stop any more rust from eating it away, and show it.

  4. JW

    OH the 70’s and the psychedelic paint jobs, some were pretty creative others were completely obnoxious.

  5. Skloon

    Your RUB meat with salt to preserve it, not cars

  6. Marty Wilke Marty Member

    This car looks remarkably like the “first production Camaro” that was recently found in Oklahoma. It had lived a very similar life story to this car, and at some point someone discovered that it was body #N100001, the very first one off of the assembly line.

    The story and lots of pictures here:
    http://www.camaronews.com/camaro-videos/first-camaro-ever-built-n100001-found-and-restored/

  7. piper62j

    Either this one has been sitting in a swamp, or has been hacked up so bad there was no metal protection against rot after the hack job..
    Best of luck to the gear head that picks this one up..

  8. randy

    1 hour left, at $3000.00

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