LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Z28.
Introduced as Chevrolet’s answer to the Ford Mustang, the first-year Z28 Camaros are the rarest of the breed with only 602 ever produced. The Z28 Special Performance Package included the 302-cubic inch V-8 engine, closed positive ventilation, dual exhaust with deep tone mufflers, special front and rear suspension, heavy-duty radiator and temperature-controlled fan, quick ratio steering, 15x6 wheels, red stripe tires, 3.73:1 rear axle and special paint stripes on the hood and rear deck.
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 was produced in the Norwood, Ohio Assembly Plant in the first week of May in 1967. It was sold new at Lang Chevrolet in Xenia OH. It has been fully and completely restored in its factory delivered “A-A” code Tuxedo Black exterior, Black Bucket Seat interior. Powered by its numbers matching restoration engine “MO” 302 with the mandatory 4-speed Muncie Transmission. It has been documented by Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish and is verified to have its original trim tag as well as being verified to have been ordered with black interior and exterior, as well as power steering. This Camaro is also listed in the official 1967 Z28 registry as car #119. Under the hood, enthusiasts will immediately notice the optional cowl plenum air cleaner running from the carburetor to the firewall, which was available instead of the open element air cleaner in period and pulled air from the cowl vents instead. Having benefited from a painstaking complete nut and bolt rotisserie restoration, and as testament to its quality, has been bestowed an American Camaro Association first place award as well as the Bowtie Performance Award.
This is without a doubt one of the greatest 1967 Z28 Camaros there is in existence. It looks just as it would have when it rolled off the assembly line 50 years ago, and would make a perfect addition to any Camaro enthusiast’s collection. The opportunity to own one of the original 602 Z28s does not come open very often.