The Base-Level 1967 Chevy Camaro Had Numerous Powerful Engine Options
Starting with the body style, the configurator offered two options: coupe ($106,695) and convertible ($114,195).
We chose the convertible since our objective was to spend as much money as possible.
There must have been three trim level options, with the 3LZ having the highest starting MSRP at $127,545.
We decided on the $995 Red Mist Metallic Tintcoat colour for the outside paint.
Given that there were more costly possibilities than them, we didn't select any stripes.
We chose the visible carbon fibre wheels, which were an extra $11,995 and could only be used
with summer tyres. Speaking of tyres, the Z07 Supercharger Kit, which costs $8,995, includes the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2R.