The first-generation Chevrolet Camaro appeared in Chevrolet dealerships in
September 1966 for the 1967 model year on a brand-new rear-wheel drive GM
F-body platform and was available as a 2-door, 2+2 seat, hardtop or
convertible, with the choice of either a straight-six or V8 engine. The
first-generation Camaro was built through the 1969 model year.
The powerplant in this 67 is a Skip White Performance 383 Stroker Roller Cam
Engine. Many of these parts are on the upper end of the scale as far as quality
goes, considering this engine's price range. The use of such high quality parts
will determine not only the performance, but the endurance and reliability
expected. An example of such parts used would be our Genuine Scat 9000 series
crank with an HD flexplate and Pro-Race brand damper, Scat rods with ARP cap
screws, forged Wiseco pistons made from 2618 aircraft alloy, Cloyes Race Billet
timing components, Melling M-Select series oil pump, Champ oil pan with windage
tray, and crank scraper, Comp aluminum roller rockers, USA made, Howards brand
4130 chromoly pushrods, PBM race series valves, and Comp Cams retainers, id
locators, and 10 degree valve locks, ARP head bolts, rod bolts, rocker studs
and oil pump stud. All sealants used on the engine are Permatex, "The
Right Stuff." Our engine builders all have a minimum of 20-35 year’s
experience building very high-level engines. Our machinery is the most advanced
on the market. Our company founder, Skip White, is also very knowledgeable on
the proper combination of parts used to maximize drivability, performance, and
Tremec TKO 600 Transmission
Ridding the world of outdated 4-speeds and overworked
factory 5-speeds, the TREMEC TKO is the most popular and versatile performance
5-speed manual available anywhere in the aftermarket. Begging the question,
"Why 'crush rocks' when you could move mountains?", the TKO is an
extremely durable unit, perfect for retrofits in early muscle cars and street
rods in addition to its originally intended purpose as a significant strength
upgrade for late-model street machines.
Handling 600 lb-ft. of torque, the TKO offers strength
without compromise; combining awesome power-handling abilities with crisp,
positive shift characteristics. Multiple shifter locations allow for adaptation
to a wide range of vehicles. Add to that a deep overdrive for big savings at
the pump, and it's easy to see how the TKO has become a legend in its own time!
Zoom Twin disk clutch and GM Flywheel.
The suspension is reworked with performance axles in the shortened Ford 9-inch
rear end with traction and suspension upgraded, adjustable coil-over shocks, disk
brakes all for corners.
Great daily driver with a lot of money already spent on the
mechanical upgrades and labor of installation. The car’s interior is in fair
condition, no tears or rips and can still be left as is. With exception of the dash
pad, it has the usual cracks in it and will need to be replaced.
What’s left to do-
The mechanical work is done, and the body is very solid condition, (no rust
1. I would strip away the paint and repaint the car, and the
2. Changeout the wiring, and fuse box
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