This 1967 Chevy Camaro and the 600,000 $ Spent On it
September 15, 2023
This 1967 Chevy Camaro was originally built for display at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. It is now ready to hit the road as a fully prepped driver’s car. Interior features a Pro Touring-style design combined with various racing-related themes.
If you spend $600,000 on a 1967 Chevy Camaro, what do you get? You get what you pay for, after all. Why, of course, this completely unique Pro Touring build.
This custom Chevy Camaro, which combines high-end racing components with a streetable, livable sports car vibe, was initially constructed for display at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. However, it is now ready to hit the road as a fully prepped driver’s car. With the body panels covered in white paint and a few accents of color added here and there, like the yellow fog lights, the exterior displays a nice blend of new and old. A unique, laser-cut grille is present up front, and the bumpers still have some chrome to give them a slightly retro appearance.
A set of 19-inch Forgeline wheels running in the corners contrast the white exterior with a bronze finish for the contemporary multi-spoke design and are shod in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires with 305/35R front and 325/35R rear sizes. The side exhaust pipes that pass through the rear quarter panels are also noteworthy. The interior features a Pro Touring-style design combined with various racing-related themes. This includes a Sparco three-spoke quick-release steering wheel, Corbeau bucket seats with six-point harnesses and houndstooth upholstery, as well as a fairly substantial roll cage.
The supercharged 6.2L V8 LT4 gasoline engine, which also powers the Chevy Camaro ZL1, Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing, Cadillac Escalade-V, and C7-generation Chevy Corvette Z06, propels this Chevy Camaro. In this application specifically, output peaks at 700 horsepower at the crank. Additionally, it has a lovely sound. A Speedtech Extreme subframe in the front and a Speedtech torque arm in the back, paired with single adjustable coilovers, are responsible for handling everything. Wilwood brake calipers with six pistons are also present to bring it to a stop.
It should go without saying that this customized 1967 Chevy Camaro was built to be driven, and it is. To see a walkaround and some street fun, click the play button: