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1967 Camaro RS Z28. This is a real deal, documented in person by Jerry MacNeish 67 RS Z28 with factory applied,
never removed trim tag. Date correct but NOT matching numbers block. This is a worthwhile, highly desirable car.
Jerry appraised restored value to be as much as 180k. I am thinning down my collection by selling a few of my
project cars. I feel that I'm within reason to state that this car is 1 of 1 because it is the ONLY marina blue
with white deluxe interior 67 z found per Jerry. Usually 1 of 1 applies to ugly, unwanted color combinations.
Marina blue, white z stripes and white deluxe interior on a rs z will make for a very pretty car. The last I was
told, there have only been approximately 225 67 z28s found in total. This was a very early car in the registry,
number 98. Car is a rally sport, cowl plenum car with no gauges and no console. Very rare 3.31 posi, Jerry said
possibly ordered as a road race car. Obviously was some sort of race car at some point in its life. The car was
sold new at JR Rode Inc Newton, NJ per ncrs report. This dealership is still open. I purchased the car 15 minutes
away from where it was sold new. The gentleman I purchased it from had it about 25 years. He disassembled it and
began replacing sheet metal. He installed a new trunk, new inner and outer wheel houses, new frame rails, a 2 piece
floor (I was going to remove and replace with a 1 pc.), new rockers, new dash panel, new tail panel (incorrect non
rs), both full quarters (need leaded at tops), and a new panel at the bottom of the rear window(needs finished in).
New door shells and core support included. Some of this metal had flash rusted due to lack of primer. Nothing that
I think would need replacement again, but use your own judgement. I sandblasted and painted the sub frame and
loose fitted two new fenders on it. The previous owner also had the original 3.31 rear rebuild. This is all that
has been done. Keep in mind, this car needs and deserves a complete restoration. The car does roll and steer. The
fenders, hood, etc are just quick fitted on to allow for easier transport. This will need taken back apart, and
again, will need a total restoration.

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