1968 Rally Sport Camaro convertible numbers matching 327 and Powerglide I have owned it for over 15 years
I bought it in Chino Valley Arizona, but don't know any history of the car prior to that time
It was a 2bbl car, I presently have a cast iron 4 bbl intake with an Edelbrock on it but I will include the original manifold, carb, and air cleaner.
Power top, power steering, A/C, I added power brakes, cowl induction style steel hood (have the stock hood for it as well)
144,000 miles Runs pretty smooth, doesn't smoke or use much oil, but doesn't have the pep it once did. Would recommend motor rebuild in the near future but it's not imperative .
There is a silver-dollar sized rust repair on the bottom of the right front fender (see picture). The fender is otherwise clean and straight, I had to get in behind it to change the a/c blower motor
From underneath you can see a patch panel was put in the bottom middle of the trunk. The metal around where it was cut out is very solid, so if there was some sort a rust spot that they were cutting out, it was very localized. You can't tell from up above. There is one small rust perforation in one corner of a floor pan, can't even get my pinky into it (see picture). Overall it is very clean and solid underneath and the body very straight.
Over the years I have had the Powerglide rebuilt, replaced the radiator and the water pump, and put in front end bushings
It has the same top as when I bought it in 1997. I have always kept it garaged, and the top has a few small cracks from age but is very presentable and functional. The power top mechanism works well.
The interior is original and is the Deluxe Interior. For being 44 years old it has held up very well. The driver's seat has some large splits in it and needs recovered. The passenger seat and the back seat are fine. The carpet is good as is the console. The driver's interior door panel is cracking at the arm rest.
The paint was on it when I bought it 15 years ago. They did an excellent job and although it has some road chips and scratches after 15 years it still looks great as a driver. To be a show car it will need new paint. The original color was Butternut Yellow and it is glossy black now.
Numbers matching Rally Sport Convertibles are hard to come by. This car gets attention everywhere I go. I am entertaining reasonable offers. If you have more questions or need any specific pictures of anything please let me know. Thank you!
PS: Sorry, not interested in trades.