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All the original dials are long gone, replaced instead by a more accurate set of Dakota Digital units that fit perfectly inside the dual-pod gauge bezel ahead of the driver. There’s a modern air-conditioning system in place that uses the dash’s original eyeball vents and controls, the 3-spoke steering wheel atop a tilt column is a faithful update on the factory wheel, and even the radio looks like a factory piece thanks to the retro-style AM/FM/AUX that was neatly installed into the original slot in the dash. Again, the interior is the kind of place that looks pretty stock at first glance, but upon closer examination it’s a lot nicer than its contemporaries, and it’s the detailing that makes this one shine.
Quite frankly, I’m glad she’s no trailer-queen because the next owner will have zero reservations taking this ’67 out for a spin at a moment’s notice, and that’s what owning a muscle car should be all about. A stock-style hood with a modest cowl always looks best on a 1st generation Camaro, and the chin spoiler up front and ducktail spoiler out back highlight the traditional Camaro design the world fell in love with decades ago. White SS stripes were painted on the hood and deck lid and the buried under the clear – turning the curb appeal up to ’11’ – while the blacked-out RS-spec grille and hide-away headlights set an aggressive tone up front.
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