I am new to the forums and looked around the website for info on factory sunroof cars. I found some info on cars, but none that fit the car I have a question about.
Basically my Dad has what we believe to be the only 1967 US built sunroof car.
It is a 1967 SS RS 350 4-speed car. It was built in Norwood, and was originally a GM show car. Which GM had a sunroof put in. The sunroof install looks factory with matching vinyl top and drip tubes running down the pillars to the wheel wells. It has power windows and sunroof.
My Dad traced the car back to the original owner (where the story came from) in the early 90's, and apparently he worked for GM and after the show car circuit was completed he bought the car. Apparently it was originally black with flames for the show circuit.
I am hoping that we will able to find some documentation on the car verifying its authenticity, or any other info.
I am sure there will be some more questions, and I will post some pictures and additional details about the car shortly.
Thanks for the help, and maybe this is another piece of Camaro history someone has been looking for.