The body on this stunning Camaro retains all of its original California sheet metal. It is arrow straight and has a stunning 2-stage super silver paint job with GM Royal Blue/Purple Illusion center stripe on the cowl hood, nose stripe down to mid door and rear body panel. These panels flip flop back and forth from blue to purple as you can see in the photos. The finish on this paint is without a doubt show worthy. The underneath of this body is painted in the same super silver color and the finish is just as nice as the exterior of the car. All of the chrome pieces and stainless trim are polished and look like new. Chrome aluminum Coy wheels are on all 4 corners with 20”x12” on the rear with Hankook rubber and 18”x8” Coys on the front with Hankook rubber. All of the glass is custom tinted. On the rear you will see the custom Pontiac rear spoiler adding a nice twist to this Camaro. Up front is the RS hide-away headlights which are electrically operated. The black hounds tooth deluxe GM interior is all new with a new black carpet. The dash is custom built and home to a full set of auto-meter gauges. This interior is also equipped with an am/fm/cd sound system, tilt chrome steering column, custom rosewood steering wheel, power rack and pinion steering, 4-wheel power Wilwood disc brakes, 5 speed Tremac T-600 transmission with a D&D hydraulic clutch and a Hot Rod Company air conditioning system. 1967 Pro-Cruiser Chevrolet Camaro Interior The intergrated roll cage is painted the same color as the exterior stripes completing this spectacular interior. Trunk is also professionaly finished with an 18 gallon polished aluminum fuel cell and rear mounted dry cell battery. Under the hood of this Camaro is a spectacular engine compartment that is home to a Chevrolet 383 stroker engine built by S&R racing. This engine is equipped with aluminum heads, polished aluminum intake,750cfm Edlebrock carb., jet coated headers, Flow Master exhaust, Mallory ignition system, Aluminum radiator with electric fan and all polished billet brackets with polished and chrome accessories including the a/c compressor, power/steering pump, brake booster and master cylinder, alternator and all pulleys. This engine compartment is best described as looking like jewelry. The transmission is the Tremac T-600 5 speed and the rear differential is a 9 inch Ford unit spinning 3:70 gears. The complete front sub frame and suspension is fabricated by “Checkered Racing”. The suspension is an adjustable coil over design with power rack and pinion steering, tubular upper and lower a-frames, Wilwood disc brakes and stainless steel brake lines. The rear suspension is multi leaf springs with air shocks. Source: