Summit Racing recently began offering Pro Street ’67 Camaro Parts Combos – the building blocks for a killer Pro Street Camaro. These combos are available exclusively from Summit Racing and provide a solid foundation for powerful first-gens. Summit has proven the components work together seamlessly as they are based on a real-life build, so consumers are given added security that their combo will work as expected.
What is really cool about these combos is that the parts are divided into affordable packages so you can build your Camaro in stages or choose the combos best suited for your project.
The first combo is the Engine Combo, which includes a Chevrolet Performance ZZ572 crate engine, MSD ignition, Milodon oil pan and pump pickup, and more. The Fuel System Combo includes an Aeromotive A1000 fuel system, Summit Racing fuel cell, and Spectre fuel line, while the Drivetrain Combo includes an American Powertrain Tremec TKO 600 five-speed transmission, RAM twin-plate clutch kit, Quicktime bellhousing, and a Strange spool and 4.10 gear set. The Chassis Combo includes Summit Racing front control arms, Energy Suspension motor mounts, a Hurst Driveline Conversion transmission installation kit, and Goodmark motor mount bracket, and the Electrical System Combo is made up of an American Autowire wiring harness, Powermaster drag race alternator kit, Meziere high torque starter, XS Power AGM battery, Summit Racing battery cables, remote battery disconnect kit, and battery jumper kit.
In terms of show, Summit is offering a Wheel and Tire Combo including Billet Specialties Comp 5 Series wheels (with McGard lug nuts) wrapped in Mickey Thompson Sportsman S/R tires. If your interior needs a facelift, the Interior Combo is for you with Auto Meter Elite Series gauges, a Grant steering wheel, and RJS Camlock harnesses.
Finally, a Small Parts Combo is available and includes a Summit Racing overflow tank, stainless steel flexible radiator hose, sound deadening mat, Trans-Dapt pulleys, K&N air filter, and Koul Tools AN hose assembly tool.
You can read all about the 1967 Camaro RS for which these Combos were developed on Summit Racing’s blog OnAllCylinders. Check it out!