Black Wolf

1967 CHEVROLET CAMARO R/S

This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro R/S came to Black Wolf for some mechanical safety & reliability concerns, including overheating & inability to turn off power.

Later, the customer also wanted some cosmetic modifications

The Camaro left Black Wolf safe, stylish, and reliable.

Here’s how we did it:

  • Relocated exhaust hanger 
  • Replaced & balanced rear tires 
  • Organized wiring under the dash & in the trunk 
  • Install new battery terminals 
  • Remove aftermarket radio & install new radio 
  • Oil change 
  • Replaced differential fluid 
  • Replaced inner and outer differential pinion bearings & pinion seal 
  • Replaced brake fluid 
  • Replaced power steering fluid 
  • Replaced transmission fluid 
  • Replaced window seals 
  • Trunk restoration 
  • Cut out trunk floor pan 
  • Grind away rust 
  • Cut out rear frame and weld in rail braces 
  • Weld in new trunk floor pan 
  • Apply Marhyde – rust conversion 
  • Repaint trunk 
  • Reroute wiring 
  • Modify fuel tank straps 
  • Install battery hold down 
  • Replaced transmission fluid 
  • Replaced window seals 
  • Trunk restoration 
  • Cut out trunk floor pan 
  • Grind away rust 
  • Cut out rear frame and weld in rail braces 
  • Weld in new trunk floor pan 
  • Apply Marhyde – rust conversion 
  • Repaint trunk 
  • Reroute wiring 
  • Modify fuel tank straps 
  • Install battery hold down
  • Relocate shocks 
  • Remove exhaust from mufflers back to access shock relocation mount points 
  • Fabricate & weld in new leaf spring retention studs 
  • Swap lower shock mounts; use straighter mounting points 
  • Tighten upper shock mounts 
  • Adjust track bars to square up rear end 
  • Reinstall exhaust 
  • Replace front upper & lower control arms 
  • Perform wheel alignment 
  • Replace rear brake line 
  • Install sound proofing in the interior 
  • Install interior carpet 
  • Install trunk carpet 
  • Repaint dash
  • Reinstall floor pan 
  • Disassemble underside of vehicle 
  • Replace frame rails 
  • Replace inner rocker panels 
  • Repair both rear rocker/wheel well sections 
  • Replace engine 
  • Paint underside 
1967 Chevrolet Camaro side view
1967 Chevy Camaro rear view
1967 Chevrolet Camaro engine bay restoration
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