Martin C's 1967 Camaro

COYBILT is doing something that appeals to most everyone, rebuilding a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro. Customer Martin C. stopped by and gave Coybilt the 411 on his stranded 1967 Camaro project that had been stuck in another shop for two years without any progress. Josiah Coy of Coybilt agreed to go down with Martin and take a look at the car and prescribe what needed to be done. It was noted that the car had a poorly done undercoating job and that all of the suspensions had been removed, but none of the new SpeedTech suspension pieces were installed yet. It took Josiah and Martin careful planning to get the stranded Camaro off the two post rack and on to a trailer with no suspension.

The rack was not wide enough to fit the trailer in between so it took a lot of manpower and clever ideas to get the car on the trailer. Josiah and Martin agreed to load the car up on a flat bed trailer and bring it up to Coybilt for disassembly and restoration. Martin wanted a nice driver with ease of driving. Josiah’s solution was a LS2/4l60E swap for better driveability and reliability. Martin also wanted all of his brand new SpeedTech suspension pieces installed, along with his all new complete Baer Brake system. Coybilt worked exclusively with Martin to find out his wants and needs of the vehicle. Martin wanted the following: strip and re-undercoat the underside of the body, replace all the wiring with a new American auto wire harness, and install all suspension pieces.

Josiah wanted to take it one step further and make it the ultimate undercover street car. Josiah so far has recommended the following: blasting and painting the engine bay and underside of the body, installing a Vintage Air sure fit A/C package,LS2/4l60E Swap package, Speedtech headers, Rick’s custom stainless gas tank, Ron Davis custom aluminum radiator with built in fans, Auto Kraft Oil pan, and Auto Kraft engine mounts, replacing both front floor pans, and powder coating all SpeedTech suspension pieces.