Rally Sport: 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350

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The Chevy Camaro arrived on the scene in 1967 to do battle with Ford’s popular new Mustang. It proved to be a formidable competitor, racking up sales of more than 220,000 cars in its first year. The seller’s Camaro is said to be a “real-deal” Super Sport (SS) 350 with the Rally Sport (RS) package added for good measure. We’re told it runs great and will need some bodywork as the car wears mismatched sheet metal colors. Located in a garage in Sausalito, California, this Chevrolet is available here on eBay where the bidding now rests at $25,099. The seller is hoping to get $30,000 when the dust settles.

Piecing together the history of this Camaro, it looks as though the seller is the fourth owner, having acquired the car in 2017. Somewhere along the way, the car must have been involved in an accident as the front clip is a different color than the gold paint from the cowl back. There is also an unresolved dent in the driver’s side door that may have been part of that mishap. The car is mostly rust-free, but not entirely. There is some corrosion in the rear quarter panels behind the wheels and a small hole in the floorboard under the driver’s feet.

The seller says the car’s authenticity has been verified by Camaro High Performance, Inc, an automobile appraisal, consulting, and restoration service owned by Jerry MacNeish. It’s a numbers-matching Chevy, including the 350 cubic-inch motor (a Camaro exclusive in ’67), 4-speed manual transmission, and 12-bolt rear end. The mileage is just 62,000, also documented. About 29,000 Camaro SS 350s were built in 1967 and many of them likely had the RS package (which included hidden headlights) as 65,000 Camaro’s overall were assembled that way.

Besides a bit of bodywork, the Granada Gold paint is going to need to be redone, along with the seat covers and carpeting on the inside. A brand-new set of redline tires are on the car’s Rally wheels and they have zero miles on them. The seller has also provided a video of the car running to help build the case that the Camaro only needs cosmetic attention.

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  1. Nate

    I’d love to have this car. And the price seems reasonable at the moment with respect to where these have been selling lately. But I don’t think that’s the original paint…

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  2. Denison Bowman

    great listing in eBay. the previous owner story in the eBay listing is awesome! I’d like to hear a story where the worker at the dealership (sold his mustang) was involved in an accident of Ron White caliber while driving the camaro and insurance totaled it out. Monies went to the owner. Owner bought the car back for a nominal price from the insurance company and/or possibly the City and towing services. New owner/same owner had good intentions and replaced the front clip. He never finished the project as he was happy driving loaner cars while working at the dealership.

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