This Camaro will require a full restoration. This car was
originally a Butternut Yellow which you can still see remnants
of through the roof and door jams. As you will notice, the front
clip as well as the rear tail panel have been swapped. There is
also some speculation that this could in fact be an L30/M20 car
but unfortunately, we have no paperwork to support this.
However, there are some tell all signs that exist which point to
the possibility that this could be an L30/M20 car.
When you ordered the L30/M20 package in 1967, your car
would have came equipped with a Saginaw four speed as opposed to
a Muncie. The speedometer cable on the Saginaws were ran to the
left of the steering column as opposed to the right side of the
column which was standard for all Muncies. Another telling sign
is the additional brake proportioning valve which was ran
underneath the drivers side door on the front frame rail.
Cowl tag break down:
67-12637 NOR 32758
EL 2LGSR 3BSDL
11B - 2nd week of November
E - Black interior
67 - Year of production
12637 - Sport Coupe custom interior
NOR - Norwood, Ohio
765-Z - Black, custom buckets
Y-2 - Butternut Yellow, Black top.
E - All Tinted Windows - L - Four speed transmission
2LGSR - (L) four speed manual transmission (G) center console
(S) rear antenna (R) rear seat speaker
3BSDL - (B) rear defogger (S) RP Z23 option, interior decor (D)
gauges and or clock (L) RPO Z22, Rally Sport Equipment
Deluxe seat belts
Rear bumper guards
Deluxe shoulder harness
The pro's, you can see exactly what you're getting.
Everything you need can be ordered out of a catalog. The first
gen Camaros are one of the simplest muscle cars one can build.
They are by far one of the safest collector cars one can invest
I do not have the original engine nor transmission but I do
have a 350 I can include that needs completely gone through. I
do have a clean & clear title (no liens, non salvage, etc.) for
this Camaro. Please feel free to call, text, or email with any
questions or concerns.
Call or text,