Chevrolet made care to provide Camaro purchasers with a wide selection of capable engines,
as was typical with other decent pony cars from the 1960s.
Two straight-six Turbo-Thrift mills, beginning with a 3.8-liter L26 that produced 140
horsepower and 155 pound-feet of torque, served as the entry-level engines.
A 4.1-liter L22 engine with a slightly higher output of 155 horsepower and 165 pound-feet of torque was the option.
Most 1967 Camaros have independent front coil-sprung suspension
and mono-leaf springs with shock absorbers for the rear suspension.