Hot Wheels start u was the 1967 “Custom Camaro”. Even today, this model is extremely wanted. It can be purchased at $1, 250 in white enamel paint scheme.
There is not much difference in 1967 Camaro when compared to the rest 1967 Camaros. It only underwent some minor changes, such flip-around headlights, swooping rear wheel arches, and center body line.
This modified 1967 Camaro is Kinetic Blue colored just as the 2013 Camaro How Wheels Edition. It has custom aluminum rims with red-line highlights (18-by-9 inches up front and 18-by-11 inches in the back).
• Kinetic Blue paint
• Shaved door handles
• Black w/ red outline aluminum rims
• Side-exit exhaust
• Hot Wheels decals on hood, front fenders and trunk lid
The bucket seats are produced with shorter headrests, and they are stitched in white leather with minor blue highlights. The steering wheel is as well wrapped in leather, whereas the door panels, rear inner quarter panels, and custom dashboard are silver vinyl wrapped up.
• 2012 Camaro Seats
• White leather w/ blue accent stitching
• Leather-wrapped steering wheel
• Silver-vinyl-covered door panels, custom dashboard and rear inner quarter panels
• Perforated silver headliner and sun visors
Engine and Drivetrain
Under the hood, there is an LS3 E-Rod crate engine which delivers 430 ponies and 450 pound-feet of torque. The transmission is 4L65-E 4-speed automatic.
Engine 6.2-Liter LS3 V-8 CARB
Engine Output 430 Horsepower and 450 Pound-feet of Torque
Transmission 4L65-E Electronic 4-Speed Automatic
Suspension and Braking Specifications:
Front Suspension Tubular Control Arms W/ Adjustable Coil-Over Shocks
Front Suspension Four-Link W/ Adjustable Coil-Over Shocks
Brakes 4-Wheel Disc w/ 6-Piston Calipers