After emailing the guy selling the car, I received a call from him this morning. He doesn't appear to be a "dealer", but does have other cars for sale. After talking with him, ...he is the "owner" of the car.
Needless to say he's a bit surprised (and obviously interested), ...heck it is almost 40 years! later
, ...and "how does this guy in NY have documents for a car located in CA?" I talked with him in length, ...and emailed him scans of the documents, ...it's definitely a match! (VIN# and all...), ...these docs are for his car! (once again, ...THANKS TO CRG!!! (and Dan for the heads up of course) , ...this wouldn't have been possible!!!)
Since this info. is out there, ...here's the ad for the car: http://www.camaros.net/classifieds/showproduct.php?product=8855&sort=1&cat=42&page=1
Needless to say it's priced 'a bit' high, ...but anyway....
Here's what I know about this car: (from the documents I have, ...and from talking with the original owner's son)
I have original (in the plastic owners envelope) the Owner's manual; Warranty booklet (w/PoP); Custom Features Accessories Pamphlet; and Convertible Top Manual.
The car is a '67 RS/SS 350 PG, convertible in Sierra Fawn w/White top, Gold Dlx interior. It's got PS, PB, PW, PT, rear antenna, ...and possibly a couple other little extras I forgot about.
Anyway, ...as it was interesting that the Owner's name on the PoP was the same as the Dealer Rep., ...I contacted the person I purchased the documents from:
...here's his reply...
"Hi Kevin -
This manual is from a 67 camaro SS/RS that my father bought my Mom brand new in 1967. I'm not exactly sure of the particulars, but I believe that it was purchased from a Chevrolet dealership in Wickenburg Arizona (approximately 40 miles NW of Phoenix). My parents owned the car until 1999, at which time my father sold it to someone that saw it in his hanger in S. California. At the time the car was in need of restoration, and I had no idea that he was even thinking about selling it. Talk about being disappointed! This was actually a very rare car, the first year of production for the convertible and the car had every available option (SS/RS). I think he ended up selling it for around $6K. The only mistake they made with this car during the time they owned it was exchanging the original engine for a factory crate motor in the late 70's (at least from a collectors standpoint). The car had a small block 350 with the powerglide transmission"
...so there you have it. I wish I were in the market right now, ...but I'm not (too many other things going on).
So, ...if anyone here is serious, ...contact the seller, ...and you can tell him you know me (hey, ...we're all "family" right
) and you know where the documentation is.
If anyone has any questions, you can PM me...