Build a car right and things like matching numbers and certifications become irrelevant. Take this slick black-on-black 1967 Camaro SS, which gets all the basics right, from the bodywork to the interior, and adds a healthy 350 cubic inch small block to liven up the party. We sell a lot of these, but most aren''t this cool. You undoubtedly know how tough it is to build a black car and make it look right. It takes a lot of time and effort, and if you''re paying pros, an equally big pile of cash. The quality shows on this Camaro, because even though it''s a few years old, the black paint makes the other black cars parked around it look somehow dusty. No modifications to the clean early Camaro shape means that you need to get the big stuff right and focus on the little things, so the finish was buffed and polished to minimize distortions and ripples, and the gaps were tightened up as much as possible. Add a cowl-induction hood, a chin spoiler, and the ducktail out back and you have the perfect F-body look, and the oh-so-subtle charcoal gray SS stripes are a spectacular touch. The car looks nasty, yes, but it also looks beautiful, and that''s tough to do. Is it perfect? No, of course not. But if you like the understated look, this one delivers in a big way. It also offers bright chrome that shines up nicely against that black paint, offering just the right amount of contrast for this all-business coupe. The interior is basic black, too, with fresh seat covers, nice carpets, and a center console to lend it an upscale feel. This was not some stripped-down basic Camaro they started with, you know. The woodgrained steering wheel looks great and adds warmth to the monochromatic interior, and works very well with the woodgrained applique on the console itself. The gauges are in excellent condition and are augmented by a set of auxiliary gauges down on the console, much the way the factory did it. You already know that we love the horseshoe shifter, and if you''re going to put an automatic in your ''60s GM muscle car, that''s really the only way to do it. The original AM radio is long gone, replaced by a Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo head unit with speakers neatly installed on the front kick panels. There''s also a nicely finished trunk with a brand new reproduction mat. The 350 cubic inch V8 isn''t this car''s original powerplant, but at this point does it really matter? With a bunch of chrome dress-up and a cackling exhaust note, you''re not buying this car because of the numbers stamped on its various pieces. No, you''re in it for the horsepower, and thanks to an Edelbrock intake manifold, 4-barrel carb, and long-tube headers, it delivers. A modern dual reservoir master cylinder powers the front disc brakes and there''s a new chrome alternator, too. The transmission is a TH350 3-speed automatic spinning the original 10-bolt rear end. An X-pipe with Flowmaster mufflers is a recent addition that adds an awesome soundtrack and the Rally wheels give it just the right look with fat 225/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials all around. This is a great car for the guy who likes cars because they''re cars. If you want investments, go somewhere else, because this car doesn''t need paperwork to be impressive. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom. For more information, please call (817) 764-8000 or toll free (855) 877-2707.