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  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Type: Coupe
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1968
  • Mileage: 62,844
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 350 V8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Options: CD player
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1968 Chevrolet Camaro

Sometimes it's best to stick with what works. Why reinvent the wheel? The F-body was perfected decades ago, nd as this 1968 Camaro hardtop clearly shows, oing it the right way delivers a car that's fast, un, nd reliable, nd the early Camaro look will never go out of style.Finished in sizzling bright Matador Red, his SS coupe needs to be fast because it certainly looks the part. It was originally code Z British Green, hich was that year's most subtle color, ut the shade it now wears is a lot more effective in advertising its performance credentials. The work was done a few years ago, o it's no longer show quality, ut there's no shame in great drivers that look good and work well. And honestly, ew cars look better in bright colors than an early Camaro, specially with those white SS stripes that wrap around the nose and trail back towards the rear of the car. A black SS grille, few well-placed SS badges, nd the ubiquitous Chevy performance details like the chin and ducktail spoilers give it a look that screams "high performance" in virtually every language. We'll also admit that we're suckers for the stock hood with the chrome velocity stack inserts, hich add detail that really dresses up the F-body shape.Camaro buckets with upgraded gray cloth seat covers were fitted inside, lanking a big T-handle shifter, o it has an all-business look. There's a very mild resto-mod vibe inside, ith an Autogauge tach on the steering column and auxiliary gauges underneath for monitoring oil pressure, mperage, nd coolant temperatures. Red carpets work well with the gray seat covers, hich are piped in burgundy vinyl in a way that looks very upscale and they're a lot more comfortable now. Custom door panels were created to match, nd wear complementary "Heartbeat of America" embroidery that looks great. For updated sounds, hey slid a Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo head unit into the dash, nd under the deck lid, ou'll find a neatly finished trunk with spatter paint and no signs of rot.Like most early Camaros, his one carries reliable small block V8 power, 350 cubic incher in this case. As with most of its siblings, t's a strong runner with a fat torque curve, ll of which comes from the right choice of equipment. Intake duties are handled by a Holley carburetor and matching intake manifold, nd it's all lit up by a Mallory ignition system. Long tube headers and a snarky dual exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers gives it a potent growl, nd you'll note that it carries a heavy-duty TH350 3-speed automatic, o it's up for just about anything. Other upgrades include subframe connectors to reinforce the body tub and a set of traction bars on the 12-bolt rear end to plant the horsepower as effectively as possible. Nobody can claim this car wasn't built for combat. It also looks ready to rock, ith classic Torque Thrust wheels and fat BFG radials.If it's attention you crave, his Camaro delivers. Fortunately, t also delivers a great driving experience and performance that will make you grin like an escaped convict. Call today!