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1967 Camaro Z/28 302 4-Speed Cowl Plenum Factory Original Loaded w/Original GM Window Sticker



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1967 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 302-290 HP 4 Speed              GM Tech Center Car


Super high quality restoration performed by Scott Tiemann. This Ultra Rare Z/28 was sold new in Michigan back in June 1967. The original owner still resides here in Michigan. The car was located some time ago by the original owner who had found his original window sticker and he searched and found the car. Original window sticker is included with the purchase of the car. The reason photos of the original sticker are not provided in because people are using these original window stickers to produce reproductions or fakes.

This Z/28 won the Vince Piggins award and scored 989 points out of 1000. The car has been on display at a museum in Tennessee for about 12-14 years until recently. I purchased the car a couple months back and reviewed all parts on the car. We have updated a small handful of items. Correct rubber seat back bumpers with the original part number, we also replaced the door jamb bumpers with the bumpers with the mold numbers as original. The U jamb rubbers were replaced with the correct 1967 versions. The radiator cap was also replaced with a correct cap. None of these items were available when the car was restored. There is nothing more that can be done to improve the car. The paint and trim and all fitment is excellent. There are so many NOS parts on this car, it would be impossible to list.

I recently spoke to the the original owner's son who is the 2nd owner. He informed me that this 1967 Z/28 Camaro was ordered thru the GM Engineering Program in Late February 1967 by his father. The car was then built in the 3rd week of April and delivered to the GM Tech Center. The original bill of sale is in his father's name and he is the man who purchased the car directly from GM's Employee Sales Lot. In May 1967 he prepared the car for racing. The car was street and strip raced during the remainder of 1967 and then in 1968 they ordered one of the first GM Crossram manifolds and installed it on the car. He indicated to me that you couldn't even purchase the Crossram intake at that time as they were intended for TRANS-AM Racers only. The NCRS Report shows the car was delivered to GM Engineering Center. Mr. Burrell prepared this car for racing and you can see it at the NHRA Nationals in one of the photographs.  This is the "King Camaro".  We may have a 8mm or 16mm video of this car racing. More to come soon.


Factory Options:

Z/28 Performance Package
Cowl Plenum Air Cleaner
Power Steering
Special Steering
Power Disc Brakes
Tilt Steering
Center Console
Tachometer & Gauges
AM/FM Radio
Rear Seat Speaker
Deluxe Steering Wheel
Deluxe Seat Belts
Tinted Glass
Floor Mats front & Rear

Below are the dates and casting numbers to all components:

Engine Production Date: 7N204380  V0323MO   
Transmission Production Date: P7C15
Rear Axle:  PM 0306G1  3.73 Ratio
Intake Manifold:  610
Carburetor: Holley List # 3910  dated 724
LH Exhaust Manifold:  3832679
RH Exhaust Manifold:  3840912
Alternator:  1100693 dated 7A4
Distributor:  1111266 dated 7A25
Starter:  1107496 dated 7B8
Upper Pulley:  3770245
Lower Pulley:  3858533
Fan Blade:  5 Blade with fan clutch
Brake Booster:  8515 dated 20th day
Disc Brake Master Cylinder  #346 SA code
Voltage Regulator:  1119515 dated 6K
Horn Relay:  1115837
Power Steering Gear Box: 075-7
Power Steering Pulley: 3873847
Power Steering Adaptor: 3916385
Wheels: DF code 15 x 6 Rally Wheels
Tires: Goodyear Power Cushion 7.75 x 15
Radiator: OD code tank with B date code
The glass is all tinted and dated February 1967