The first generation Chevy Camaro was a popular sports car that saw production from 1966 to 1969, with the 1967 model being the first of the generation one Camaros. It was a two-door automobile that came as a convertible or hardtop, and it had a 2+2 seat configuration inside. While the baseline version of the Camaro was built with an inline-six, the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 came with an impressive 302cu V8 engine. This is because Z/28 series were built for performance – more specifically, racing – and were designed to compete with other powerful muscle cars of the 1960s.
The fact that one could buy a Z/28 and drive it straight to the race track from the showroom floor made this Camaro model especially popular. It also came with a four-speed manual transmission, which was an upgrade from the three-speed manual that came standard with baseline Camaros, and better brakes. This made the Z/28 a popular choice for sports car enthusiasts who were looking for a car that could outperform other cars on the road.
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With only 602 units made, the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is a rare muscle car to have. While there are other Camaro versions with bigger V8 engines, the reputation for exclusivity and superior handling helped make the Z/28 one of the most coveted model to own. If you would like to purchase a Camaro Z/28, why not let the classic car enthusiasts at the Beverly Hills Car Club assist you along the way? They have years of experience working in the automotive industry and can reach out to their network of collectors and restorers. This means that you will have a greater chance of finding that ’67 Camaro Z/28 that you’ve always wanted. If you’d like to learn more about how you can get the car of your dreams without spending a small fortune on repairs, call the Beverly Hills Car Club’s Los Angeles office today.
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