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One of very few examples left in existence today!

In 1967, Chevrolet produced a limited number of Camaro Pace Car convertibles for the Indianapolis 500 Race. While only 3 were built for exclusive use at the track, additional production was allocated for official use and for dignitaries at the event. Production for public sale could be ordered through GM's Los Angeles plant, coded as "special fleet L181A", these cars were all SS/RS convertibles, Ermine White with Bright Blue deluxe interiors. This beautiful example is an original, rust free Texas car, recently restored after many years in storage. This car is a rare and beautiful testament to a memorable time in our automotive history.

Options include:

"L181A" L.A. Plant Special Fleet Number
"C-1" Pace Car Ermine White Paint Code
"Official Pace Car" Graphics with Correct Painted Side Accent Striping
350 C.I. 4BBL/295 H.P. V8 Engine (code#VO328MU)
Automatic Transmission
12 Bolt Rear End
Factory Air Conditioning
Power Steering
Manual Front Disc Brakes with 4 Piston Calipers
14" Rally Wheels
Red-Line Tires (Upgraded to Radials)
Dual Exhaust System
Deluxe Steering Wheel
Delco AM-FM Pushbutton Radio
Folding Convertible Top with Boot
Rally Sport Package
Super Sport Package
Deluxe Interior with Special Interior Group
Ribbed Rubber Floor Mats
Day-Nite Rear View Mirror

Offered at $64,995


Body Color
Ermine White
Engine Size
350 V8