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1967 Chevy Camaro Receives High-Tech Features from Ultimate Auto of Orlando, Is Up for Grabs on eBay

In case you want to buy iconic and classic models, then our suggestion is going on eBay big style, the world`s biggest e-commerce company putting at your disposal hundreds of cars to choose from.

And in case you are a big fan of old-school Chevy models, then you could pick-up the below 1967 Chevy Camaro, which has been heavily customized by Ultimate Auto of Orlando, and up for grabs for an impressive $420,000.

As we can depict from the media gallery below, the muscle car combines a vintage look with a modern styling, highlighted by the plethora of new lines added by the tuner company.

The exterior is really eye-catching with the BASF Carizzma Ruthless red paintjob, adding as well the hand-made carbon fiber roof, bespoke hood and trunk lid, the 1969 Camaro taillights, as well as the 21- and 21-inch Vellano VKS alloy wheels.

Mechanically, this magnificent muscle of the 1960s is also tweaked with the high-performance Detroit Speed Suspension, Tremec six-speed manual transmission, Baer four-wheel disc brakes or new side-exit exhaust system.

Inside, the interior is also bespoke with the new styling elements borrowed from the newer generation Camaro, meaning leather and suede, air conditioning, Pioneer touchscreen system, new rear buckets, F5 buckets, JL subwoofers, bespoke pillar covers or carbon fiber trim.

In the engine department, the aforementioned Tremec six-speed manual transmission helps the massive 6.2-liter Chevy Performance LS9 crate engine churn out 638 horsepower and whopping 819 Nm of torque.

This particular model was also previewed at the 2013 SEMA Show, and has pretty good chances of finding a new owner in just a matter of time. The car is detailed in the media gallery below.

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