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Rally Sport Project: 1967 Chevrolet Camaro


This Camaro was supposedly drivable in 2002. It has been parked since then and now needs an owner who will see the restoration through. This is a Rally Sport car with a 4-barrel 327 V8, so there are worse places to start. It even came from the factory with A/C. The body is a little battered and bruised, but the rust isn’t too bad overall. The original gold and black color scheme could look really good, but I would be tempted to upgrade the front drum brakes to discs and maybe even install a 4-speed while I was at it. As long as the reserve isn’t set much high than the current bid, this could be a good buy. Find it here on eBay where the auction ends tomorrow!


  1. chris lawrence

    I like this one better than the Mustang previously listed. That is if the motor checks out to be original.

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  2. RON

    Would love to restore one of these had a friend buy a a new one which we shared in a carpool. didn’t know they offered the bench seat and don’t know how much value that adds to rarety but it sure kills the desireability to me other than if it adds value. just kills the interior without buckets and I ould go back with black interior. a very desireable car however

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  3. JW

    Well if it had been featured over the weekend I could have checked it out for someone on here, Smithville is just 30 miles from me. Looks as if someone had too many beers driving this car.

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  4. stillrunners stillrunners Member

    yes rare bench with fold down arm rest….which I don’t see….

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  5. 68custom

    Has rare bench seat and column shift and deluxe interior . Not sure that increases value but it is un common. Motor looks original at least the oil filler is in the right place. Be a nice one to restore but add a 4 speed automatic transmission. Does not have folding rear seat.

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  6. Glen

    Is that steering wheel original ? (SS 350)

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    • Tom Member

      RS, not SS. I did not decode the vin tag but if it were an SS the SS emblems superseded the RS emblems in 67. I believe that was true on Camaros 67-73 for sure. There would be an SS on the grille and fuel cap not an “rs”. there would be an SS on the front fenders, not the rs of which this one has the “r”. I don’t think you could get 67 SS 327, I believe the SS was only a 350 small block or 396 BB. I had a 67 RS SS documented with a 350. SS badges on everything. the Hide Away headlights were ONLY an RS package feature everything else on the car had SS on it. although it did have a “Rally Sport” emblem on the front fenders near the doors if I remember correctly. RS was about “the
      look” with the hide away headlights, the deluxe interior the chrome trim package over wheel wells and rockers. the SS was all about performance as was the Z28 about performance.

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      • Glen

        I appreciate the info, I ask the question because the wheel says SS 350. I have to admit, I thought the RS was the performance version. Thanks Tom

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      • Blindmarc

        SS 350 was all that was available in 67′.

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  7. James Whitlock

    I myself, over the years have owned camaros, novas and chevelles, most recently, in 2008 I bought an all original 1967 chevelle, car had no rust or bondo, 283 with an auto, I paid $2000, so my price for a car in this shape would be around $800, today these cars are way over priced because of the idiots that buy them for what people want, furthermore, my son will never know what it’s like to drive a true v8 powered muscle car because the outrageous prices the cars sell for.

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    • Wil

      James you hit it right on the dot!!!!,because of all these fixer-upper car shows everybody jumping on the bandwagon and amping up prices on barnfinds,1-million if you get a good deal.

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  8. Blindmarc

    I could have bought one in 85′, that was the same colors, and in tip top shape with a turbo 350 for $2500. It was on the showroom floor of a dealer in San Antonio. Bought a 700 Honda nighthawk instead. A lot of our dream cars are getting WAY over priced.

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  9. Oingo

    Let me has not run in 14 years and doesn’t run, all over rust and body damage,thrashed interior, granny gold double whammy, 2 speed slower glide, drum brakes all around? unknown history but hey it has the split bench seat and AC

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