Vehicle Location: Fort Worth, TX
Auction Type: Reserve
Engine: 327ci 5.4L V8
Transmission: Automatic 4-Speed
This beautiful Camaro Convertible has been through an extensive “nut/bolt” rotisserie restoration, completed just over a year ago. The intent of the previous owner was to upgrade the car with modern performance and convenience items without compromising the beauty of the original design.
The 327 V8 has been reworked and upgraded to include electronic fuel injection, the transmission is now a 4-speed automatic with overdrive and hidden behind the 17″ custom aluminum wheels is a Wilwood power 4-wheel disc brake system. On the interior, the same is true. The stock window crank handles actually operate power windows, the stock appearing AM-FM radio has been reworked with modernized components to include “Bluetooth” capabilities and is mated to a hidden auxiliary amplifier and sub woofer unit. The dash has also been upgraded with a Dakota Digital analog unit along with a vintage Air upgrade and tilt steering column. The result of all this time and effort is a seamless blending of original and new technologies, an exceptional example ready to cruise the open road with style, beauty, performance and reliability.
Options Include: 1967 “ME” Code 327 w/Upgraded Holley Sniper Electronic Fuel Injection 4-Speed Automatic O/D Transmission Power Steering Wilwood 4-Wheel Disc Brake Upgrade Vintage Air Conditioning and Heating System Tinted Glass Power Convertible Top w/Boot Power Windows Utilizing Original Style Handles Late Model Camaro Bucket Seats w/LH 6-Way Power Comfort Grip Steering Wheel Tilt Steering Column Center Console Dakota Digital Analog Instrument Cluster Upgraded Factory Appearing AM-FM Custom Audio System w/Bluetooth Capability Remote Sub Woofer/Amplifier 17″ US Mags Aluminum Wheels Nitto Motivo Performance Radials Aluminized Dual Exhaust System “RS” Electric Concealed Headlamp Doors Front/Rear Spoilers SS/RS Appearance Packages Rear Sway Bar
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|Ended On:||04/21/2021 at 4:20 pm EDT|
|Result:||Sold for $75,000|
Item condition: New
Auction has expired
Highest bidder was: l*****d
|Bidder Name||Bidding Time||Bid||Auto|
|l*****d||04/18/2021 5:42 pm EDT||$75,000|
|a**********s||04/18/2021 5:24 pm EDT||$65,000|
|l*****d||04/18/2021 4:54 pm EDT||$60,000|
|a**********s||04/18/2021 10:34 am EDT||$55,600|
|a**********s||04/18/2021 10:19 am EDT||$53,000|
|a**********s||04/17/2021 10:52 pm EDT||$48,000|
|l*****d||04/17/2021 6:15 pm EDT||$42,000|
|a**********s||04/16/2021 2:50 pm EDT||$38,000|
|a**********s||04/16/2021 9:25 am EDT||$32,000|
|l*****d||04/16/2021 12:16 am EDT||$26,000|
|a**********s||04/15/2021 3:46 pm EDT||$20,000|
|a**********s||04/15/2021 10:20 am EDT||$15,000|
|h*******m||04/14/2021 5:24 pm EDT||$8,600|
|a**********s||04/14/2021 8:56 am EDT||$8,500|
|Auction started||04/14/2021 12:00 am EDT|
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Could I please see the relationship of the front and back windows rolled up together? Are there gaps? With the top up are there also gaps between the convertible top and the top of the windows. “Fit and Finish are important to me”. I have already placed one bid and would like to bid again, but need more information.
We’ve added some pictures of the Camaro with the top up to the end of the gallery, the fitment of the glass here is very good. Water leaks and wind noise are commonplace with convertibles of this era, in particular the area just above the vent window is vulnerable in heavy rains.
Thanks for those pictures.
Does it have ac & can we see engine bay shot, is it a350 or 327?
just added photos, refresh your page and check out the photo gallery! its a 327ci
also yes it has Vintage Air!
Could we see a picture showing window gaps with top up? How wet will you get or will windows roll up tight and front and back align without gaps?
It would also be helpful to see the top in operation, cold start and driving videos. Thanks.
Any engine compartment pictures?
working on them!
engine photos added!