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Family-Owned 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Alabama Barn Find Flexes Original V8 Power

Most people who bought a Camaro back in 1967 picked the base model, so Chevrolet produced no less than 121,000 units coming in the standard configuration.
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The RS package, however, was pretty successful anyway, as it ended up being installed on close to 65,000 Camaros. The SS was the third most popular during this model year, so it was ordered on nearly 34,500 units, while the Z28 made its way to approximately 600 cars.

The Camaro that we have here is a barn find coming with one of the most popular engine choices in 1967. It’s a 327 (5.4-liter) V8 that was still working when the vehicle was parked, though it’s now in a non-running condition.

eBay seller nhraoscar299u hasn’t provided too many specifics about this V8, so it’s hard to tell if it can still be saved or not, but most likely, it’s now locked up from sitting.

Other than that, this ’67 Camaro looks to be a compelling project car, especially because it features many original parts. The dashboard, for example, is still the one that came with the Camaro when it rolled off the assembly lines 54 years ago, while the console and the shifter have already been replaced at some point by the only family that has owned it since new.

The vehicle was originally painted in Mountain Green, but as you can easily figure out with a few clicks on the photos in the gallery, that doesn’t mean much now. There’s the typical amount of rust, so whoever wants to buy the car should closely inspect the undersides and the floors to determine just how much patching is required.

Found in a barn in Alabama, this Camaro is being sold online as part of a no-reserve auction, though the starting price seems to make quite a lot of people walk away. The seller has configured the digital fight to start at $13,500, and so far, no one seems to be willing to pay that much for this Camaro.

Editor's note: This article was not sponsored or supported by a third party.

 
 
 
 
 

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