1967 Camaros for Sale

1967 Used Camaros

The inaugural year for the Camaro, like that of any new model, led to some unique one year only features. Part of this was Chevrolet dialing in a brand new vehicle and working out the production process and marketing expectations. But some was due to federal safety regulations that started in 1986. 1967 was the only year for front wing vent windows, non staggered rear shocks, electric hide-away headlights and right side traction bar. It was also the only year without side marker lights or fully padded dash. Both of these items would become mandatory safety features the very next year.Continued below…

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1967 Classic Camaro History

Power train options included 7 engines ranging from the economical 230 cid six cylinder to the 396 big block. The large range of engines was coupled with several trim and performance packages. The SS (Super Sport) and RS (Rally Sport) were mostly cosmetic and included stripes, emblems, gas cap, moldings and other appearance items. A late year addition, the Z28 package was all about performance. The special 302 was jointed by an upgraded suspension, 4 speed close ratio manual transmission, power disc brakes and quick turn steering.

25,141 Camaro convertibles were sold in 1967, making it the best year on record for convertible sales. It remained popular for the entire 3 years of the first generation, but was discontinued when the Camaro was redesigned for the second generation starting in 1970. A convertible Camaro wouldn’t be available again for another 18 years when it returned to the lineup in 1987.