Original Chevrolet Camaro 1967-1969: The Restoration Guide
Factory-correct cars will always be the most valuable cars on the
market. Original Chevrolet Camaro 1967-1969 tells you exactly which
parts, accessories, finishes, fabrics, and colors you must have to
restore your Camaro to its factory-original conditionor exactly what to
look for when shopping for a restored Camaro.
Some 250 color images detail Chevy's major performance packages of the
periodthe SS, RS and Z/28while exhaustively detailing engines,
interiors, and bodies. Of equal importance, muscle-car authority Jason
Scott provides factory records, comprehensive specifications, detailed
parts lists and codes, and period literature to offer the definitive
guide to originality.
Chevrolets Camaro was introduced in 1967 on the heels of Fords
best-selling Mustang. It quickly established itself as the go-to option
for muscle-car customers wanting a more aggressive pony car.
During its first generation from 1967 to 1969, GM offered option
packages to satisfy all tastes, from six-cylinders grocery-getters to
agile small-block cars to big-block monsters ready for drag racing
straight off the showroom floor. Today, these first-generation Camaros
are some of the most valuable cars in the collectible muscle-car market.
This is a must-have volume for any enthusiast shopping for a
first-generation Camaro or about to undertake a restoration project.
How To Restore Your Camaro 1967-1969
A lead title in our Restoration Series, How to Restore Your Camaro
1967-1969 will provide in-depth, hands-on information and photography
for restoring these popular and historically significant cars. It covers
all aspects of restoration, including engines and drivelines, bodywork,
interior and trim, suspension, brakes, chassis, and steering for the
first-generation Camaros. Organization and planning will be covered, so
restorers can stay on task. Disassembly, inspection, and sourcing the
best parts will also be covered. This volume will deliver a concise and
revealing overview of each subject area and shows the most critical
aspects of the restoration process with sequential step-by-step photos
and detailed captions. The most efficient techniques and best products
for returning each component to like-new condition will be covered. With
this information, owners will be able to determine what's involved in
each step of the restoration and decide whether to perform the work
themselves or outsource it to a professional shop. Color step-by-step
how-to information on Camaro restoration has never been offered in a
package like this before. Finally, Camaro owners have the book they need.
While some owners can afford to pay shops to perform a 100-point
restoration for show car competition, many owners want to perform a
faithful, detailed restoration themselves, so the car maintains its
collector value and use it as a fun weekend driver. This book will serve