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Old 06-19-2020, 03:23 AM
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Default Zedder (Mark Kane's) 1967 RS SS350 !

Back in March of this year, I came across this car on ebay. I reached out to the owner to get more info and he sent me an inspection report that Jerry MacNeish completed in 2012. I noticed that the report was done for one of my car friends, Chris Tucker. It turned out that Chris restored the car. Anyway, the seller wanted a pretty steep price for a small block car, so I didnít bother making an offer even though I really liked the car. Fast forward to last weekend and while I am talking to Chris on the phone, I mentioned his old Red SS. He filled me in on the restoration and a little history on the car. He said that it was the most rust-free Camaro that he had done and that the under-carriage and components were virtually pit free. I mentioned how much I liked it and he assured me it would meet my expectations should I go after it.

Chris had mentioned that the car had been on the Cover of Hemmings, so I thought that the owner might not know that and might be interested in locating a copy. I emailed him and told him and he responded back that he actually had a copy of the magazine and he mentioned that he was really motivated to sell the car. I asked him to give me his bottom line on the car and a few hours later we had a deal!

Itís a 1967 RS SS350 in Bolero Red with Parchment Deluxe interior, M20 4 speed, 3.31 posi rearend, tinted windshield, fold down rear seat, console with gauges, power disc brakes, power steering, AM radio, rear antenna, front and rear bumper guards and interior dťcor package. The drive-train is original and verified in the report and the car scored 984 out of 1000 at the Camaro Nationals Bow Tie class and was also Legends judged and won an AACA Senior 1st place prize.

I donít know much about the history other than that it was delivered new to Courtesy Chevrolet in Medford, Oregon and Chris found it in Las Vegas in the early 2000ís. The car has travelled 1,200 miles since its restoration and looks like it hasnít traveled 100! I am thrilled to be the new owner after not owning a Ď67 since 2004.

The plan is to ship it up here and have Fastco give it a quick once over before bringing it home and driving it to a cruise night every once in a while. Many thanks to Chris Tucker for his help in pushing me off the ledge on this one!

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