Why is this 1967 Chevy Camaro Worth $295,000?

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Ultimate Auto puts "Ultimate Sixty Seven" SEMA showstopper up for sale.

Having received rave reviews at SEMA last year, the Ultimate Sixty Seven is now up for sale. One of Florida-based Ultimate Auto's best creations, the 1967 Chevy Camaro blends American muscle with Italian supercar styling. Body modifications are extensive, including widened rear fenders to house 21-inch Vellano VKS alloys (20-inch up front), sectioned and recessed bumpers, a new front valance, and a carbon-fiber splitter below a custom grille and LED headlights.

The doors have been built from 1967 and 69 Camaro parts, new lower rockers house a custom Borla exhaust, carbon fiber covers the hood, diffusers and wheel lips, while underhood a custom aluminum and carbon-fiber engine shroud frames the 6.2-liter supercharged LS9 engine that comes mated to a Tremec T-56 transmission. Inside, 2013 Camaro parts and hand-fabricated panels have been wrapped in Italian leather and contrasting suede with carbon-fiber trim. The instrument cluster has been retrofitted with a custom gauge panel, and a JL Audio system delivers pumping sounds. Finished in Ruthless Red, Ultimate Auto have priced its wild creation at $295,000.

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