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First-Gen Camaro Debut in Blue

This 1967 Camaro RS arrived in need of some serious rehab, but we were up to the task to bring her back to better than new. To kill the rust and determine a repair game plan, we started off with a full media blast and epoxy coat. Next came a metal makeover, including complete roof skin, new quarter panels, cowl and tulip panels, wheel tubs, trunk pan and more. With structure and sheet metal intact, it was on to bodywork to refine her for a sleek new finish. Color is always an exciting point in a build, and this one did not disappoint when we laid down a unique 1972 Corvette Targa Blue Metallic and buffed it out to a deep glassy shine.

Moving into hang-up and assembly, we overhauled the wiring and installed a revitalized 350 small block (bored 30 over, with a new crank, 270 Duration Cams, Iron Eagle heads, and Hooker ceramic headers), Holley 650 Double Pumper carb, and Flowmaster exhaust. To add some modern comforts, we upgraded the drivetrain and suspension, including a front end rebuild, KYB shocks, power steering, and disc brake conversion. Finally we finished out with sound deadening insulation, a cool new Vintage A/C, Ralley Sport trim package, and a parchment white interior.

Now this resto-modded blue beauty is ready to roam the roads with old school style enhanced by contemporary components! For larger pics, click here to visit our photo gallery.

Thanks to Firewheel Classics for their extensive parts selection and Magee’s Car Care for upholstery work.

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. I love the stance of the 67 resto you recently did with all the mods in the interior and the outside badges. I really like your work, I was wondering do you do individual mods on cars and if so do you work on Mustangs?

    1. Hi Jason, thanks for the kind words. Yes we do lots of Mustangs and actually have three underway in the shop right now; you can check out our most recent build here. Please give us a call or email if there’s anything we can help you with and we’d be happy to do so.

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