What is the L30/M20 Sleeper Package and did your 1967 or 1968 Camaro come with this extremely rare badge eliminating power induced sports package? Click to find out! They're as uncommon as any 67-69 396/375 HP cars! #Camaro #Chevrolet #L30/M20 #Fastmet
The first year for the Camaro, 1967. One of the most pivotal times in automotive history and Chevrolet was doing all they could to keep shaking up the industry. Back then if you couldn't afford the coveted Super Sport package, GM had a solution for you. Behold the L30/M20 "Sleeper Package". A power packed performance package which included a powerful 327/275HP engine, 12 bolt posi traction rear end, and a Saginaw 4 speed.
"In 1967 the gearheads that wanted to go fast but could not afford to pay top dollar for an SS 350 Camaro figured out how to order an equivalent performer with less dough (only $330 over the base Camaro). What they figured out was that Chevrolet made available a little known package referred to as the L30/M20 Camaro. According to some Camaro experts the L30/M20 held its own against the SS-350 (L48/M20) and it was a great sleeper as there was no unique badging on this package. Unfortunately, record keeping on the L30/M20 at Chevrolet was poor and the Marketing for Camaro was even more confusing. So in the end, it can only be estimated how many L30/M20s Chevy produced. Experts contend that somewhere between 11,000 and 12,000 were built in 1967 and 1968. From a rarity standpoint it is about as uncommon as a 1967-1969 SS-396 375 HP Camaro. Fewer than 3% of all 67 and 68 Camaros were L30/M20s." Socalcarstorage
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