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Chevrolet Camaro Ssrs - 1967
When chevrolet introduced the camaro to counter fords success with its mustang, it also marketed the super sport (ss) and rally sport (rs) options to underline the sporting nature of the new coupe and convertible
Engine typedrivetrain: Overhead-valve,
displacement 350396 cu. In. (5.76.5 l) power rating 295-375 hp
transmission 3- and 4-speed manual for 350 and 396 engines, respectively; Automatic transmissions optional
chassis: Front coil-spring and rear leaf-spring suspension; Drum brakes; 2,920-3,180 lbs.
The super sport
standard camaros came with a choice of a six-cylinder or 327-cu.-in. V8 engine. The original ss option offered a dual-exhaust, 295hp 350-cu.-in. V8. Along with this engine, the option package included heavy-duty transmission and suspension and simulated oil-cooler vents on the hood. Other cosmetic features were a bumble bee stripe around the nose, special hood ornaments, red-striped tires and identifying insignia. A few months into the model year, camaro added a new ss option for its big-block 396-cu.-in. V8 engine. This came in a choice of two levels of tune that brought hp to 325 and 375, respectively.
the rally sport
the appearance-only rs option centered around a special blacked-out eggcrate grille and headlights enclosed within electrically operated covers. Other features included side strips, turn
signals below the front bumper and backup lights under the rear bumper. Rs emblems were preempted by ss ones when both options were ordered.
More than 34,000 of the 220,0001967 camaros had the ss package, and nearly 65,000 came with the rs package
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