The standard engine for the 1966 Ford Fairlane GT is a 390 CID FE V8 and the GTA version would be further equipped with the new SportShift Cruise-O-Matic 3 speed automatic transmission. Both the GT and the GTA high compression 390's produce up to 335 bhp (250 kW) with the 4- barrel carburetor. Mid-year there were 57 only units of the Fairlane 500 two door hardtop, in white only, roll off the assembly line with an "R-Code" 427 CID V8 developing 425 bhp (317 kW) and these are all bolted to the "top-Loader" four speed manual, specifically made to race in the NHRA and IHRA super stock class.
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This '67 Camaro is deemed "pro-street" and is street legal in many States but may not be in yours. If you have a lead foot or want to arrive at cruising speed quick this Camaro may be just what an adrenaline junky like you needs. The 472 CID V8 with the blower is eye catching with exhaust sounds that are mistakable-you can here it coming long before you see it. The body is solid, the paint is flawless and with the fat (28x12,5/15) Mickey Thompson tires looking sooo fine from the rear-it's the last thing they all see as this Camaro pulls away from the pack
472 CID Automatic
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