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1967+2013 Chevrolet Camaro for Sale

by Kenny Hoeschen
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The Chevrolet Camaro has strong styling roots beginning with the first of its breed on the road back in 1967, through the most recent Camaro models. But this Camaro hybrid is like something we’ve never seen before. Marrying the exterior design of the 1967 Camaro with the modern interior of a 2013 Camaro, we promise that if you purchase this car it will be the only one of it’s kind you’ll ever see.

According to the description, this concept car blends Italian supercar styling with classic American muscle. And the list of modifications and customizations made to the car is long, beginning with body changes like new hand-made rear fenders, recessed bumpers, a new front valance, a carbon fiber splitter, and a custom front grille. A supercharged LS9 engine sits under the hood linked to a Tremec T-56 transmission and the engine is completed with a custom aluminum/carbon fiber engine cover.

The interior of the car is made with 2013 Camaro parts melded with hand-fabricated Italian leather. The interior began with the Camaro steering wheel, center console, dashboard, and front seats which were made to fit the 1967 vehicle proportions. The interior is finished with custom leather, suede,  and carbon fiber accents.

We suggest that if you’re in the Orlando area, you should stop by the dealership and take a look at this car for yourself. With a “Buy It Now” price of $295,000 (USD) you may want to take it for a spin too.

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