Full-Size Heartthrob

Werner Meier’s SS427 was Restored with “No Expense Spared” The 1967 model year brought a number of very notable changes to Chevrolet, as well as the auto industry as a whole. New safety features were implemented, which included standard seatbelts not only for the front seat passengers, but also the rear passengers; a collapsible steering column that would, as the name suggests, collapse in the event of a collision; a dual-reservoir master cylinder replaced the single reservoir unit and two-speed windshield wipers with washers. However, the biggest news for Chevrolet was the debut of the Camaro, the response to Ford’s

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