For Sale $97,500 ON SALE
1967 RS Z28 2L 3L 4L MO 302 NUMBER MATCHING MO MOTOR PDBrakes RALLY SPORT Z28
JERRY MCNEISH CERTIFIED
Chevrolet’s records show that 602 of the 1967 MO 302 Z28s Were produced in 1967. with just over 600 total vehicles being produced, the 1967 Bolero Red with White Z stripes color combination was arguably the most desirable; its amazing cowl plenum under hood scoop that could get anyone's attention and was the car to have even back in 1967 when it was built!
The cowl plenum cold air induction gave this car an understated advantage over othe Trans Am circuit cars that is the experience of a life time.
This 1967 RS Z28 MO 302/290hp
Engine stamp VO322MO
V=Flint, Mi plant
0322 =March 22,1967
MO= 302/290hp= Z28
N= Norwood Ohio
203640= last 6 this cars vin = # Match 4 speed is numbers matching and very powerful rebuilt and balanced. so it is virtually still new. Out of the 602 built this is one of the nicest 67 Zs left.
1967 Z28 Camaro. REAL DEAL. MO 302 casting number 3892657,
Muncie 4 speed,
12 Bolt 3:73 rear gear ratio ,
Cold Air Cowl Plenum,
Z22 Rally Sport.
#195 Listed in the Z28 Registry
Frame off and painted in the original Bolero Red w/ White Z stripes is in great condition. Rubbed and buffed to an amazing shine. The Z22 Rally Sport headlight work great and are completely restored. Rebuilt electric RS headlight motors meticulously restored system. The car rides on the original style 15"x7" Rally wheels wrapped in Goodyear Poly glass bias ply F70 x15 tires. The original M21 4 speed close ratio transmission shifts smoothly and firmly. The positrac 3:73 rear end is smooth and quiet.
The original interior has all new original style seat covers and is finished out in all black. A restored AM radio is in place and working. the interior dome lights are working. Factory original Hurst shifter is in place a perfectly working. The Attention to detail is evident through out this Amazing Muscle Car. IT IS MAGNIFICENT.
The engine received the correct winters intake manifold, factory chrome steel valve covers, and a special order cowl plenum air cleaner system to allow cold air from the cowl/firewall into the carburetor.
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The first Camaro model was the 1967, introduced on September 26, 1966. At the time of introduction, several important options were not available. These included the RPO-Z28 Special Performance Package,
Trans Am racers were production-based cars with engines of 305 cid or less. Chevy worked a forged steel version of the 283-cid V-8's crankshaft into its 327 V-8 to get 302 cid. Big-port Corvette heads, solid lifters, a hot cam, a baffled oil pan, and a Holley four-barrel on a tuned aluminum manifold were specified. Horsepower was rated at 290; it likely was closer to 360.
The 1967 model was the only first generation Camaro to have both rear shocks mounted forward of the rear axle. Later years changed to a staggered arrangement to counter wheel hop. The 1967 was the only Camaro to feature a right-side traction bar, also to counter wheel hop. The traction bar was standard equipment for all Z28 models, and was installed on other high performance models.
The 1967 Camaro was the only Camaro model to have its VIN tag mounted to the door hinge pillar.
At least 1,000 streetable examples had to be produced, and Chevy's tack was to make the 302 part of a Camaro Regular Production Option Code. So low-key was the effort that the car wasn't advertised, or even mentioned in sales literature. The knowledgeable buyer had to order a base 6-cylinder Camaro ($2,466), then scan the order sheet for what turned out to be the most famous RPO in history: Z28.
The package cost $400 and included the 302, the F-41 handling suspension, 15-inch tires on Corvette six-inch Rally wheels, and quick-ratio manual steering. A Muncie four-speed was the only transmission; power front disc brakes were a mandatory $100 option.
©2007 PUBLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL, LTD. CHEVY WAS SO QUIET ABOUT THE Z28 OPTION PACKAGE THAT THERE WASN'T EVEN ANY SPECIAL BADGING ON THE CAR.
RPO Z28 was available on the coupe only and could be combined with the hidden-headlamp RS option group. There were no Z28 emblems on the car, but the package did include broad racing stripes on the hood and trunklid. Camaro's rear lip spoiler was a popular option.
©2007 PUBLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL, LTD. HANDLING (GREAT) AND SUSPENSION (NOT SO MUCH) WERE CLEARLY OPTIMIZED FOR SPORTS-CAR PERFORMANCE.
The Z28 had a buckboard ride and sports-car handling. The 302 was a peaky devil, hard to launch and lethargic under 4000 rpm. Driven as it was meant to be, performance was shattering. Road & Track settled on 7500 rpm (!) as the optimal shift point and reported 63 mph in first gear, 85 in second, and 113 in third. Top speed approached 140 mph. "If the Z-28 isn't a bona fide racing car," said the magazine, "then we've never seen one."
THE 1967 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28
Wheelbase, inches: 108.1
Weight, lbs: 3,500
Number built: 602
Base price: $3,500
Type: ohv V-8
Displacement, cid: 302
Fuel system: 1 x 4bbl.
Compression ratio: 11.0:1
Horsepower @ rpm: 290 @ 5800
Torque @ rpm: 290 @ 4200
0-60 mph, sec: 6.9
1/4 mile, sec. @ mph: 14.85 @ 101
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