The 1967 Camaro is legendary sport cars from Chevrolet manufacture. Camaro was produced 220,906 on 1967, and successful sale car that year. The 1967 Camaro came in either a sports coupe or a convertible. The sports coupe was available in three versions: the base model, the Super Sport, and the Z/28. The convertible was available in base trim or as a Super Sport.
The Rally Sport was an option package that was available with any engine choice. The Rally Sport had an appearance package that added hideaway headlights, unique taillights, special side moldings and other trim moldings including “RS” emblems. The package didn’t add any performance but it did look good. About one in four or around 64,842 customers opted for the package.
The base Camaro was by far the most popular version of the pony car with 160,648 of the 220,906 produced being the most basic of Camaros. The base Camaro came with a choice of two six cylinder engines or a 327 cubic inch V8. The base six cylinder was 230ci and produced 140 horse power. The 327ci had an output of 210 horse power.
The Super Sport was the ground pounder model. The 1967 Camaro SS came standard with a 350ci V8 that produced 295hp or optionally a 396ci big block V8 that produced 325hp or 375hp depending on the version chosen. Appearance upgrades included “SS” emblems, simulated hood air intakes on the hood, and a bumblebee stripe on the front of the car.