If you want classic muscle, you cannot get a more iconic car than the 1967 Camaro convertible. A standard drivetrain for this particular model year is the 230-cubic inch, 3.8-liter straight-six engine, which produces that hefty 140 horsepower that enthusiasts know and love. You may also find 1967 Camaro convertibles fitted with a 327-cubic inch, 5.4-liter V8. In total, there are eight different engine options in the 1967 models and a dozen options in the later 1969 models, so the drivetrain specs are numerous. If you want to opt for an automatic transmission, the 1967 models use a Powerglide option, which is replaced by the Turbo Hydra-Matic 350 in the 1969 models. In general, you can find 1967 Camaros in three distinct packages. The RS package is marked with numerous external appearance features, including hidden headlights, redesigned taillights, a bright exterior trim, an RS badge, and backup lights underneath the rear bumper. The other two packages are performance packages. The SS package fits the car with either a 350 or 396 V8 and includes some notable chassis upgrades and a special stripping. The Z/28 performance package includes a 302 V8 with a four-speed transmission and other enviable performance features including power disc brakes. You can spot these convertibles by the two wide strips that appear down the hood and deck lid. Browse the vast inventory on eBay to find all of these versions and more.