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Bucky Call
1967 Camaro SS

I bought my "67" Camaro when it was already 44 years old from Bob Boosinger after seeing it in a Plain Dealer ad. It was nice then, but I have never stopped improving it. It runs and handles well and I enjoy Cruising the North East Ohio area in it. I belong to the "Classic Custom Cruisers" of Ashtabula and the "Good Time Cruisers" of Painesville, Ohio. Being a Disc Jockey I am out at a Car Cruise almost every night of the summer and have been a car enthusiast all of my life. I also own a 1969 Chevy Nova! My wife Rose and I plan on keeping the "67" and continue making improvements on it. It seems like there is always something new we want to ad to it!

The engine is a 1965 327 cubic inch block bored out .060 more. It has a Demon carburetor sitting on an Edelbrock manifold. The heads are the "Double Hump" style and it has a Crane hydraulic cam. It has Hedman Headers blowing the spent gas into a Flowmaster exhaust system. The four core copper and brass radiator keeps it running cool even when I get into it! The Cowl Induction air cleaner system lets in plenty of air. The lifters are covered with Edelbrock Valve Covers.

The power from the engine is controlled with a Turbo 400 automatic transmission with a 3,000 rpm torque converter and a B & M shift kit. Shifting is done with a B & M shifter. After the transmission the power is channeled to a Chevy positraction rear end with a 4:11 to 1 gear ratio. The rear end is held in line with a Pan Hard Bar and the frame is tied to keep every thing tight!

The car was painted by Vince Minello in a Tuxedo Black color and his work makes the straight body panels really stick out. The body is all steel and sports the stock bumpers and grill. The interior is done with Custom Chevy seats done up in vinyl. Jim Spotton has done a wiring job on the car to keep all the stock electrical parts working correctly.