1967 Chevrolet Camaro. Engine is a 454 big block Chevy and tranny is a TH400 with small stall converter. Motor has a Comp Cams Mutha Thumpr hydraulic flat tappet topped with an Edelbrock 600 cfm carb, and Hooker Super Comp headers. Car idles, runs, and sounds great. The rear end is a 8.2 with new Yukon posi unit, gear set, Timken bearings, and hardened axles. The exhaust is 3" all the way out through Flowmaster style mufflers. New parts include: Brakes, ball joints, tie rods, 2" drop spindles, steering coupler, alternator, HEI distributor, KYB shocks, valve covers, wires, plugs, Competition traction bars, B&M shifter, Autogage tach, front and rear spoilers.
The paint is driver quality and is showing some age as shown in a few of the pics. Interior is good but has small crack on the dash pad. The underside has some surface rust typical of a car this age but no holes. The center trunk area and passenger front floor seem a little thin but not rotted through. The car toe was aligned but the A arm bushings need replaced to set the camber correctly. The rear main seal appears to have a slow leak and transmission crossmember was custom made by a less than skilled fabricator. These are the only issues I have noticed the short time I have owned the vehicle. Lots of receipts! Not interested in trades or lowball offers. Car is for sale locally.