1967 Chevrolet Camaro
The car was originally introduced in late 1966. It was built from
the 1968 Nova body design using unibody construction. It was offered
as a hardtop or as a convertible. 1967 cars are identifiable by
the lack of side marker lights and the use of vent windows in each
Models:SS: Super sport package - originally offered with 350 only until late year production when the 396 was introduced. Model is denoted with SS trim markings, simulated air intakes on the hood, blacked out grill with SS emblems. As well the cars had distinctive striping "bumble bee" style.
RS: This package was primarily cosmetic. It is identified by the blacked out grill with hideaway headlamps, badging, and additional interior trim. This package could be ordered on the SS as it was simply a trim option.
Indianapolis 500 Pace Car: A white RS/SS convertible with blue bumble bee stripes and blue pin striping. Huge lettering on each door that indicated "Chevrolet Camaro Official Pace Car, 51st Annual Indianapolis 500 Mile Race - May 30 1967".
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