1967 ProTouring Camaro

Sales price is now $95k

1967 ProTouring Camaro

468ci GMPP race-prepped big block.

Custom FAST/Edelbrock fuel injection system, D1 ProCharger w/ intercooler, Tremec TKO600 5-speed, narrowed 12 bolt 3:73 posi rearend.

 

Rack & pinion steering, 4-wheel Baer disc brakes, Hydroboost braking w/ Wilwood master cylinder, March pulleys, Chassisworks 4-link rear suspension w/ DSE mini-tubs.

Budnik Ice wheels, 18×12 rears with 335/30/18′s, 18×8 fronts with 275/35/18′s.

 

Complete custom leather interior w/ carbon fiber inserts, AutoMeter instruments, in-dash DVD/Navi, ARC audio components, Lexus seats, cloth headliner and cut-pile carpet.

 

This car’s a beast! Detuned, it puts 603 horses to the rear wheels. That’s the only way it maintains any drivability, and at that it gets up and does its thing!!

 

ProTouring 1967 Mustang SOLD

Asking price = $34,900.00

 

…………….

 

HAVE ALL RECEIPTS ~ $45,000.00 recently invested.

 

THIS IS A VERY SERIOUS, WELL-BUILT CAR!

 

Built professionally and “purpose-built” to drive daily, and of course to race!

 

~ Built, owned, and operated by the management team of the famous Gearhead Garage. (2013 Autorama Builder of the Year and 2011 Car Warriors Champions …as seen on the Speed Channel)

 

Recently on display in the Wilwood Brakes booth at the Goodguys 2013 Nationals in Pleasanton, and featured as one of Total Control’s recent build topics.

 

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=496169300476029&set=a.360488024044158.59751469.360398240719803&type=1&theater

 

 

Dual-purpose for street and track, fully adjustable suspension and shocks by Total Control/Chassisworks and Maier Racing. This car can be driven on city streets, long-distances on the highway, all-out track raced, all in the same day with very minor/easy adjustments. (Adjustments take 5 minutes or less, can be done on the ground, and do not require lifting the car)

 

All work is recent in the last year. Car has been daily-driven and road/track tested. (2k daily-driven miles and short race events since completed.)

 

Here is a link to the complete build with MANY PICTURES , TRACK VIDEOS, and technical info… http://www.pro-touring.com/showthread.php?94737-My-Little-67-Mustang

 

 

PARTS AND HISTORY LIST=

 

~ CLEAN AND CURRENT TITLE WITH PINKSLIP

 

 

3rd owner (+/-), C-Code original V8 car, manufactured in San Jose California with zero rust and original black plates. No major issues or accidents in its life, was Senior Citizen owned and operated until I purchased the car last year.

 

INTERIOR = Recently restored to original 2-tone parchment and black with Auto Meter gauges and tachometer. Sony CD head unit and front kick-panels with integrated speakers.

 

SUSPENSION AND CHASSIS = Total Control/Chassisworks full front suspension and steering with all their bells and whistles; Adjustable coil-overs that actually connect to the lower arms for better geometry, adjustable tubular A-arms and strut-rods, 2-way adjustable Varishocks on all 4 corners/front and rear, Total Control/Chassisworks rack and pinion steering. Global West sub-frame connectors, Maier Racing adjustable panhard bar setup in rear with reverse-eye leafs.

 

~Undercarriage and trunk are rust-free with original sheet-metal (never had any rust repairs) and have been undercoated for aesthetics and protection.

 

BRAKES = 4-wheel Wilwood 12.19″ discs with drilled and slotted rotors.

 

TIRES = Toyo RA1 17′s on all 4 corners; 235′s on the front (Fronts are brand new since pictures) and 275′s on the back.

 

EXHAUST = Custom, ($3,000.00+ value) hand fabricated 3″ stainless mandrel-bent header-back system with Super 40 Flowmaster mufflers, Flowmaster “Scavenger” X-pipe and Hooker long-tube headers.

 

ENGINE = 1987 roller 5.0 (.040″ overbore = 308 CI) fitted with 1970 closed-chamber 302 ported and polished heads (Ported by Power Heads), 1.94/1.6 stainless valves, hardened seats, screw-in studs and guide-plates, E-303 Cam and 1.7 roller rockers, Torker 289 ported and polished intake manifold and 650 Quick-Fuel carb with annular boosters, MSD Pro Billet distributor with 6AL box. Aluminum radiator.

 

…Less than 3k miles on engine, run-in with Amsoil break-in oil for the first 500 miles and currently has Amsoil Z-Rod synthetic. Engine runs awesome with zero issues whatsoever, runs cool, etc. …see pics on link above for pics of the internals.

 

FUEL SYSTEM = Factory tank and mechanical fuel pump, and the above mentioned Quick-Fuel carburetor, updated with return style fuel sender already in fuel tank if someone wanted to convert to EFI. …Engine runs so well with the carb I’ve never had the interest in changing over.

 

TRANSMISSION = Low mileage (2500 miles +/-) World Class T5 5-speed with Ram competition/street clutch, Modern Driveline hydraulic clutch system

 

REAR DIFFERENTIAL = Narrowed 9″ Ford truck housing with large axle tubes (see pics on link above), 31-spline axles, 3.73 gears, Clutch-style posi, nodular iron third-member housing.

 

 

RACING RESULTS: (The car was tested very conservatively by yours truly, there was no need to push the car beyond any limits. I’m sure with a professional driver it could run even faster. As the guys from Total Control/Chassisworks said; “She has more in her”)

 

The car does exceptionally well on the local autocross tracks (Mather Field SCCA ~ SOLO2 sanctioned events and the famous “fun-track” Goodguys Pleasanton Auto-X) At Mather it ran quite a bit faster than a number of modified Porsches, Z06 Corvettes, C4 and C5 Corvettes, WRX’s, RX7′s, a Mistubishi Evo, an ’06 GTO, a number of Miatas, a Honda S2000, and many others. …See videos below and link above

 

 

With all 4 large tires on the car, 4.11 gears (now has 3.73′s for better freeway results and a broader power-band) a few shock adjustments and zero modifications it ran a very surprising 12.93 quarter-mile time at Sacramento Raceway Park. With less rolling resistance (smaller front tires) and a set of rear slicks I’m sure mid to low 12′s would be possible. (If you’re into drag-racing) …See videos below and link above

 

 

AUTOCROSS AND 1/4 MILE DRAG VIDEOS AND TIME SLIPS…

 

[url]http://s69.photobucket.com/user/bwkelley76/media/GOPR0267_zps8ff42ee6.mp4.html[/url]

 

[url]http://s69.photobucket.com/user/bwkelley76/media/GOPR0258_zpsf7e7be1f.mp4.html[/url]

 

[url]http://s69.photobucket.com/user/bwkelley76/media/GOPR0257_zpsc5b564d8.mp4.html[/url]

 

[URL=http://s69.photobucket.com/user/bwkelley76/media/IMAG2192_zpsd53ae04e.jpg.html][IMG]http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i55/bwkelley76/IMAG2192_zpsd53ae04e.jpg[/IMG][/URL]

 

[URL=http://s69.photobucket.com/user/bwkelley76/media/IMAG2298_zpsdb68642d.jpg.html][IMG]http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i55/bwkelley76/IMAG2298_zpsdb68642d.jpg[/IMG][/URL]

 

1969 Camaro RS/SS – $200k SOLD!!!

  • 600 Horsepower LS7 Z06 engine with dry-sump system
  • 5-speed Tremec with Mcleod twin-disk clutch
  • DSE full suspension with 4-link rear and tubular front
  • DSE mini-tubs
  • 6-piston 14″ front, and 13″ rear Wilwood brakes
  • Hydroboost
  • Fiske wheels
  • Stainless Borla 3″ exhaust
  • 4-point Tiger Cage rollbar/chassis stiffener
  • Nascar pedals
  • Stainless fuel tank
  • Vintage Air
  • Custom reupholstered Recaro seats
  • Award-winning custom interior
  • Navigation
  • Custom trunk and package tray
  • Arc Audio custom sound system