Stored for 28 Years: 1967 Chevrolet Camaro

Ideal storage conditions? Um, probably not. Still, this 1967 Camaro has survived quite well if it has spent the last 28 years sitting in this open shed. Barn Finder AMXBrian referred this Camaro to us, so thank you for doing that. The Camaro is sitting in Clinton, Massachusetts, and is being sold with a clean title. You will find it listed for sale here on Craigslist.

The owner doesn’t provide a lot of photos of the Camaro, but he does supply some important information about it. It seems that the majority of the car is solid, with rust present in the passenger side floor, the lower front fenders and lower rear quarter panels, and some in the windshield channel. If that is the extent of it, then it really has survived remarkably well. There is also a dent in the roof, but the owner feels that it will pop out. All of the glass is present with the exception of the windshield, and all is said to be in good condition. The interior has a complete and intact dash and front bucket seats, but the remainder of the interior is missing.

Mechanically, the Camaro is fitted with a 327ci V8 and automatic transmission. The engine looks pretty crusty, but while it doesn’t run, it does turn freely. The owner also says that the car will need new rear leaf springs, as the original ones are damaged.

I’ve seen better Camaro project cars, but I have also seen ones that are significantly worse that have been restored successfully. If the description is correct, then the rust issues in the car aren’t as extensive as they could be, and the car would be quite a solid candidate for a restoration project. The owner has set the sale price of the Camaro at $5,500. Does that sound like a fair deal to you?

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Comments

  1. stillrunners stillrunners Member

    Not so sure as I look at the right fender at the attachment of the front lower section – that’s a bead of rust between those panels…but wait – is that a cowl induction air cleaner there ? Sadly the 67 Z/28’s didn’t have them – correct ?

  2. Gary Voeks

    I don’t think so. Besides the 67 did not have the hot air snorkel and did not have the PCV in the valve cover so I would guess that it’s not the original engine.

  3. Matt steele

    Too much money for the car it is.could buy one for less than the cost of buying and restoring it’s not that special..tho I had a 68 and loved that car.got 7 tickets one summer and 2xs that many warnings..had to make a deal with the police to sell it to or loose my license.had just bought a katana that day so my need for speed was intact. Sold it and bought a 70 chevelle. Wish I still had that car too.oh well I’m 55 guess I survived my youth anyway

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  4. Mark van den Driessche

    I think of “stored” as where effort was taken to put something away in an orderly type fashion. Something would be done to protect or preserve a “stored” item for possible future use.

    I see this more as “abandonded”, or “left outside and forgotten”.

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