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Submitted for your consideration is this limited production 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS festival Pacecar that rarely presents for sale outside well known higher end auction venues.Most true Pacecars reside largely in museums and private collections. This example does not have any race history, and is carefully documented. Owner is downsizing private collection to sell a few of these rare editions. This is believed to be among the top 5 examples in the country known.<o:p></o It is important tonote that unlike many other restored examples or replicas, THIS <o:p></o example has been very carefully preserved and restored using all OEM/NOS GM parts literally down to the nuts/bolts hardware for a TRUE all GM restoration.<o:p></o The Festival cars numbered into 100 available units. There were only 43 true Pacecars of which this is #19.<o:p></o Except for the Coker-brand era correct redwall tires for this vintage, this is truly classically restored in the literal sense.<o:p></o It is believed that the current owner is the 5th or 6th owner of this vehicle that has remained all GM stock original all of its known life.<o:p></o Affirming the paintcode specific only to true Pacecars, the ID Plate confirms the paint code number to be “01” making it one of the select factory original clear-coat finished cars. <o:p></o Unlike many other well intended restorations, the details of this restoration include a Pacecar factory stripe is correctly situated partially into the pinstripe matching the placement of the decal on the #1 Pacecar. Very few examples meet this discerning restoration detail.<o:p></o Options were limited to Pacecars. This model is equipped as follows:<o:p></o <o:p></o Colors: White over Blue with white top<o:p></o Engine: Chevrolet 350V8<o:p></o NO AC---------correctfor true Pacecars We believe this to be among THE MOST GM-only correct restored vehicle with NOS parts and the most closely restored to the #1 Pacecar with discerning details. <o:p></o <o:p></o The sale price hasbeen set competitively at $110,000.00.<o:p></o Save the auction commission(s) and buy this now while available for a limited time before headed to auction this fall. We're getting alot of requests to save this for auction to meet our price, however this sale seems more appropriate here among the true collectors. Please contact the undersigned: CA Woodside 615.979.3058 9AM-9PMCST Serious inquiries only please.
Are you missing the correct title to a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS ? I have it if the VIN plate on the car matches this number: 124379N662991 Please contact me ASAP! I think the titles were swapped and you may have the title to another 1969 Camaro that has come into my possession. I am desperately trying to find the owner of the Camaro with this VIN number so a title swap can be made to clear up this error. Please help me find the Camaro with this VIN by spreading the word around to your friends... maybe you know someone who has the wrong title to their car, or maybe they know someone. Word of mouth is the best advertisement, and I know the correct title will be very valuable to its current owner. The car has a high price tag on it, and has been restored to almost its original condition from being a race car back in the 80s. I have no idea where this car is, but I hope this posting will help me locate it so the owner can have the title that goes with it. This is a picture of another Camaro with the same exterior color (95 Porsche Red) as the one with the VIN number above.
I've read a lot of posts regarding the camaro muffler installation, but really haven't seen any questions answered about specific models that will work properly, and produce a desirable/pleasing sound both inside, and out of the car.... Doing a product search for 90-02 Camaro mufflers on Flowmaster's website, the only match shown is the 80-series. Is this what you all have used? I've heard that the higher you go in the 'series', the quieter the tone. I'm looking for a moderate-aggressive sound, just to give it some *UMPH*, but definitely nothing crazy to make the drive unpleasant. My only real concern besides the tone is that the dimensions for the 80-series reads: 25 in. x 9.75 in. x 4.5 in. ...and from older posts I see that an 1989 Reatta's muffler is 22.5 in x 10.75 in. (and I just used Flowmaster as a basis, I'm not against Magnaflow, Dynamax, or anything else that produces good results) Any thoughts or help on what series/model works best for our cars?