1967 Chevrolet Camaro Nantucket Blue 416cu


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Camaro with LME LS3 416cu,Tremec T56 Magnum 6 speed transmission, Moser M9 rear end with 35 spline axles and a wav-trac carrier, Master Lube pre oiler accumulator, and a Holley HP ECU Selling my 1967 Camaro . The Camaro was in a garage when purchased and has been garaged since. She has seen 3 transformations while I have owned her. First was a factory restoration with a generic paint job and a stock 210HP rebuild of the motor. Next after a few years and realizing how boring it was in stock 210HP form she had her motor built to 375HP with a roller cam and double hump heads. The 3 speed tranny was replaced with a 5 speed and some suspension work and brake work were also done. The body was media blasted to bare metal and some very small sections around the wheel wells were fixed along with a small section near the AC system, the rest was perfect. With the new tech 375HP soon was not enough as many family cars were becoming faster so she was upgraded to her current form. The motor is a 416cu LS3 custom built . It is built for Nitrous with all forged internals from Callies and Wiesco forged nitrous pistons. Heads flow 365cfm at 650 valve lift on the intake and 274cfm at 650 valve lift on the exhaust. Nitrous system from Nitrous Express with a separate dedicated fuel system and maximizer 4 progressive controller capable of up to a 500HP shot . All ARP studs for the heads and mains. It made 653HP and 560ftlbs torque on the dyno without nitrous. ARH stainless steel long tube headers with 2 inch primaries and 3.5 inch collectors tied to a full 3.5 inch oval exhaust with x pipe. ECU is a Holley HP and a Holley digital dash display. Tranny is now a Tremec T56 Magnum from Silver Shift and has a McLeod rxt duel clutch rated for 1000HP. Rear end is from Spohn Performance and is a Moser M9 with 4.11 gears and 35 spline axles Suspension is a full Cal-Tracs split mono leaf set up with QA1 dual adjustable shocks on the rear and Speed Tech tubular control arms with coil overs and QA1 dual adjustable shocks up front. The frame is tied together with BMG Fabrication subframe connectors, Disc brakes are SSBC up front and Wilwood in the rear with line locks. No roll cage just a bar for the 4 point harnesses from Schroth. A Flaming River steering box and an Ididit tilt steering column. A custom gauge package along with a totally redone interior from TMI. It also has a custom AC system with the compressor and 8 rib pulleys from CVF racing. The radiator is from Entropy Radiators. Main gas tank is a Ricks Stainless steel 17 gal tank with an Aeromotive stealth pump. The car has been very loved and comes with the factory original AC system (removed) that had the compressor rebuilt and is in excellent condition. It comes with a set of professionally restored numbers matching seat belts and a 2 inch cowl induction hood and a deck lid with a factory spoiler that are painted to match. Check out all the photos she has two looks one with the 4 inch cowl induction hood to clear the Holley HI Ram intake and a rear wing and chin spoiler for stability. A factory LS3 intake will clear the regular hood and can be plumed for nitrous if desired. The car has been driven about 1000 miles per year for the last 3 years and is awesome. She hooks and hauls #$% driving her is amazing every time as she handles as good as she goes. This car was not built as a show car she was built to drive and as such she does way more than hard park. You can drive her to the strip and the grocery store without worry as it is an LS motor. I have not sprayed the motor with nitrous as I have no time to get to the strip anymore and around town at 3100lbs and 653HP their has been no need. The paint has a few minor blemishes as she is driven but she is put on a lift and has her undercarriage cleaned every year and is an extremely clean car. The body is straight as can be and 100% rust free!
1967 Chevrolet Camaro Nantucket Blue 416cu
$ 18,800.00
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Camaro with LME LS3 416cu,Tremec T56 Magnum 6 speed transmission, Moser M9 rear end with 35 spline axles and a wav-trac carrier, Master Lube pre oiler accumulator, and a Holley HP ECU Selling my 1967 Camaro . The Camaro was in a garage when purchased and has been garaged since. She has seen 3 transformations while I have owned her. First was a factory restoration with a generic paint job and a stock 210HP rebuild of the motor. Next after a few years and realizing how boring it was in stock 210HP form she had her motor built to 375HP with a roller cam and double hump heads. The 3 speed tranny was replaced with a 5 speed and some suspension work and brake work were also done. The body was media blasted to bare metal and some very small sections around the wheel wells were fixed along with a small section near the AC system, the rest was perfect. With the new tech 375HP soon was not enough as many family cars were becoming faster so she was upgraded to her current form. The motor is a 416cu LS3 custom built . It is built for Nitrous with all forged internals from Callies and Wiesco forged nitrous pistons. Heads flow 365cfm at 650 valve lift on the intake and 274cfm at 650 valve lift on the exhaust. Nitrous system from Nitrous Express with a separate dedicated fuel system and maximizer 4 progressive controller capable of up to a 500HP shot . All ARP studs for the heads and mains. It made 653HP and 560ftlbs torque on the dyno without nitrous. ARH stainless steel long tube headers with 2 inch primaries and 3.5 inch collectors tied to a full 3.5 inch oval exhaust with x pipe. ECU is a Holley HP and a Holley digital dash display. Tranny is now a Tremec T56 Magnum from Silver Shift and has a McLeod rxt duel clutch rated for 1000HP. Rear end is from Spohn Performance and is a Moser M9 with 4.11 gears and 35 spline axles Suspension is a full Cal-Tracs split mono leaf set up with QA1 dual adjustable shocks on the rear and Speed Tech tubular control arms with coil overs and QA1 dual adjustable shocks up front. The frame is tied together with BMG Fabrication subframe connectors, Disc brakes are SSBC up front and Wilwood in the rear with line locks. No roll cage just a bar for the 4 point harnesses from Schroth. A Flaming River steering box and an Ididit tilt steering column. A custom gauge package along with a totally redone interior from TMI. It also has a custom AC system with the compressor and 8 rib pulleys from CVF racing. The radiator is from Entropy Radiators. Main gas tank is a Ricks Stainless steel 17 gal tank with an Aeromotive stealth pump. The car has been very loved and comes with the factory original AC system (removed) that had the compressor rebuilt and is in excellent condition. It comes with a set of professionally restored numbers matching seat belts and a 2 inch cowl induction hood and a deck lid with a factory spoiler that are painted to match. Check out all the photos she has two looks one with the 4 inch cowl induction hood to clear the Holley HI Ram intake and a rear wing and chin spoiler for stability. A factory LS3 intake will clear the regular hood and can be plumed for nitrous if desired. The car has been driven about 1000 miles per year for the last 3 years and is awesome. She hooks and hauls #$% driving her is amazing every time as she handles as good as she goes. This car was not built as a show car she was built to drive and as such she does way more than hard park. You can drive her to the strip and the grocery store without worry as it is an LS motor. I have not sprayed the motor with nitrous as I have no time to get to the strip anymore and around town at 3100lbs and 653HP their has been no need. The paint has a few minor blemishes as she is driven but she is put on a lift and has her undercarriage cleaned every year and is an extremely clean car. The body is straight as can be and 100% rust free!

Additional information

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Type: Coupe
Year: 1967
Doors: 2
Engine size (cc): 416cu
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Type: Gas
Vehicle Identification Number: 124377L163646
United States, Minnesota, Minneapolis
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