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Lot Number
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From The Chuck Runyon Estate Collection
1967 Chevrolet Camaro
The Auburn Auction

Offered Without Reserve

CHASSIS NO: 123378N328859
• Upgraded with big-block V-8 engine
• Iconic ‘SS’ appearance features added

Chevrolet Mark IV big-block V-8 engine, four-barrel carburetor, three-speed automatic transmission, independent front suspension with coil springs, live rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, and front disc, rear drum hydraulic brakes; wheelbase: 108"


Contrary to popular opinion, Chevrolet’s Camaro was designed from the outset as a more conventional replacement for the rear-engine Corvair and not a belated General Motors response to Ford’s wildly successful Mustang. From its debut in late 1966, the Camaro was value-priced from just $2,466 for the basic hardtop coupe and available with virtually every Chevrolet option. Best of all for performance fans, the Camaro’s engine bay was able to accommodate virtually the entire Chevrolet passenger-car engine range, from thrifty sixes and lightweight small-blocks, all the way up to the fire-breathing Mark IV big-blocks.

The Camaro proved to be an extremely successful gamble for Chevrolet, with total production for the 1967 model year reaching nearly 221,000 vehicles. Demand continued strongly for 1968, with production increasing solidly to 235,147 units. Meanwhile, sales of archrival Ford’s Mustang began to stall, reflecting the greater variety of competitors in the increasingly crowded market for sporty personal cars in America. Changes for 1968 represented a number of careful refinements to the basic Camaro design aimed at improving comfort, safety and handling. Side marker lights appeared for the first time and the grille was slightly revised along a more horizontal theme.

The sleek and lightweight Camaro was perfectly suited to SCCA Trans-Am road racing and took back-to-back championships with team owner Roger Penske and driver/engineer Mark Donohue for 1968 and 1969. On the dragstrip, the Camaro immediately carved out a fierce reputation with Bill “Grumpy” Jenkins and Dave Strickler virtual fixtures in Super Stock winners’ circles. Over the following decades, the first-generation Camaro’s popularity has only strengthened, with its excellent basic design remaining at the leading edge of automotive culture and adapting itself incredibly well to changing times and automotive tastes. This bold and aggressive ’68 Camaro coupe was originally a mild-mannered six-cylinder Camaro coupe, later upgraded with Super Sport appearance features and a big-block Chevy V-8 engine mated to an automatic transmission. High-performance goodies include a single-plane intake manifold and four-barrel carburetor. Inside, the Camaro is equipped with a Grant GT steering wheel, bucket seats, floor console with factory-style “horseshoe” shift handle, an AutoMeter tachometer with shift-point light, AutoMeter accessory gauges, and a Kenwood CD stereo head unit. Finished off with Butternut Yellow paint and black Rally stripes, this tough Camaro features front and rear spoilers and rides on Rally wheels with radial tires.

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