Vehicle Description A nice Camaro will be welcome at any local car show, but there are a select few that also get to be showcased in velvet ropes. When you know the difference, you will appreciate this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Commemorative Indy Pace Car convertible. It is one of the factory pace car replicas used in connection with the Indy 500, and it’s made even rarer by its big block SS code in the trim tag.
It’s such a detailed total package, you even get Firestone Wide Oval tires with the standout redline trim – a true sign of a ’60s performance car. The owner states it was ordered and produced on April 28th, 1967 during the allotted time that dealers outside of Indianapolis could order Pace Cars under GMs “Pacesetter” Campaign. The car was ordered and delivered new to Dixie Chevrolet in Florence, SC as a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Indy 500 Pace Car Commemorative Car.