The SS badge on the 1967 didn't actually stand for 'superior speed' but with this Camaro's Big Block 396 c.i. engine, it could have! This massive engine delivered between 350 and 375 horsepower depending on specific model. The endless option available for the '67 Camaro appealed to buyers with nearly 35,000 SS models rolling off assembly lines and onto American roads. Kit features a detailed 396 c.i. engine with optional dual exhaust, stock and racing wheels, racing interior, roll bar and separate back seat.
The Camaro® was introduced in September of 1966. The Camaro SS™ 396 was a special package, distinguished by its nose stripe and SS emblems. The 396 cubic inch engine was rated at 325 HP and had 410 lbs. of torque. The Camaro has gone head-to-head against the competition on the street and on the race track. It has won championships both in road racing and at the drag strip.