Camaro fans, if you were to build an early F-body that keeps the spirit of the original alive while adding a few show-worthy tricks, wouldn''t it look something like this incredible 1967 Camaro hardtop? This first gen Camaro packs a thumping 350 inch small block, a nicely restored interior, and a slick look that will get it a ton of attention at shows. Giving an early car slick high-tech colors like the Titanium Gray on this Camaro means that you don''t need huge body mods to make an impact. All the sheetmetal is still the way GM intended, with a few shaved emblems but nothing else to detract from the ultra-smooth shape. A cowl-induction hood, chin spoiler, and a ducktail spoiler on the deck lid are all factory-issued upgrades that look as good today as they did decades ago. The two-stage urethane paint has a brilliant shine, with black SS stripes that were buried under the clear for a look so slick that you''re tempted to touch it just to see if it''s still wet. Fit and finish are superb, and the car has a stance that seems to emphasize the wedge-shaped profile of the early Camaro, something you rarely notice on stock cars. A few chrome bits like the front and rear bumpers offer some contrast to the otherwise monochromatic body and SS badges fore and aft add a traditional performance warning for the unwary. Chevrolet stylists nailed it with the first-gen Camaro''s interior, so there''s really no need to reinvent the wheel inside. Most the interior is restored to stock specs, with handsome bucket seats covered in reproduction black vinyl covers, a center console, and the deeply-set gauges in their own individual pods ahead of the driver. A Grant GT billet steering wheel adds some sparkle to the all-black driver''s environment, and there are billet pedals down low, too, just to balance things out. White-faced auxiliary gauges were stuffed below the center stack, right below the Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo head unit. A/C was installed during the build and uses the factory controls and the car is so new that the system hasn''t even been charged yet. You can also get a feel for the quality of the build by looking in the trunk, which is fully finished and upholstered, not just painted with a repro mat thrown in. Someone really cared about getting the details right on this car. The engine is a 350 cubic inch V8, which naturally fits perfectly, although it might be harder to recognize under that trick custom air cleaner housing. Beautifully finished in every way, from the smoothed and painted firewall an inner fenders to the careful choice of colors and materials, the engine bay is the highlight of this car. Of course, it also runs superbly, with an Edelbrock intake and 4-barrel carburetor, upgraded cam, and long-tube headers with Flowmasters behind them. Backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a stout 12-bolt rear end, this is definitely a runner and you''ll never get tired of firing it up and heading out on the road. The suspension has been lowered and it sits exactly right on staggered chrome wheels wearing 225/40/18 front and 255/35/20 rear performance radials. Look at the quality of the work, then think about what it would take to build a car like this yourself. Doesn''t it make more sense to just take this one home today? Call now! This vehicle is located in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom. For more information, please call (817) 764-8000 or toll free (855) 877-2707.