The 1967 Camaro was GM’s answer to the Pony Car, although late to the rodeo by about 3 years, the Chevy Camaro became an icon in a never ending battle between the Mustang. At the press launch in June 1966 the automotive press baffled by the name asked “What is a Camaro?” The answer was “a small vicious animal that eats Mustangs”
This particular car is a lovely rust free car finished in Bolero Red that was sold new on 24th August 1967 in Monroe Wisconsin, I have the original bill of sale. The lady owner then moved to New Jersey. The story goes the car was stolen and then found a week later. The thief was a New York police officer !! He paid a $300 fine and allowed to walk free with a slap on his wrists. In Dec 1976 the Camaro was sold to its second owner and it came to Los Angeles and remained in the same ownership until April 2012. The current owner rarely uses the car and has decided its time for a new keeper. I have service history going back to 1976 and the original mileage shows 83,000 miles and its believed to be original as supported by the service receipts. The car has had one repaint in its original colour and is equipped with 327 V8 couple to a power glide automatic transmission and power steering. This is a rare chance to grab a very honest and straight Camaro. Grandma’s Pony !! Drive your investment.