1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS Bumblebee-01

If you’re a fan of modern-day Bumblebee then here’s news for you – the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS from the movie, Transformers: Age of Extinction, will be auctioned off at the Barrett Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona next month. The Chevy is currently under the care of film director, Micheal Bay.

While details of the resto-mod Camaro’s engine are not extremely clear (it’s either an LS2 or an LS3), the muscle car is definitely driven by a fuel-injected V8 Corvette engine, that’s for sure. Transmission-wise, the mill is mated to a six-speed manual overdrive transmission.

Other items that one can expect to find on the Bumblebee in alternate mode, include a custom suspension and Wilwood brakes with stunt-extra calipers. It’s supported by custom three-piece racing wheels wrapped in Nitto low-profile tyres and hydraulic braking assist.

That signature satin black paint and high-gloss yellow on the outside is complemented by a front splitter and carbon-fibre fender flares, along with custom hideaway halo LED headlamps. Additionally, the Autobot’s logos are fitted in the front and back as well. It also has Audi flush mounted door handles.

Inside, it gets Auto Meter Cobalt gauges, a nine-inch touchscreen navigation head unit and a stereo system too. Furthermore, the Camaro is fixed with a yellow Ridetech “TigerCage” rollcage, while there’s a “system kill” that can be found in the glovebox.

Other items listed include a nine-inch Ford rear end, power hood latch, carbon-fibre engine covers, Eddie Motorsport hood hinges, and oh, Micheal Bay’s John Hancock, on it as well. Whatever price that Bumblebee is being sold for, we bet the new owner will “roll out” with pride.