We are selling off part of our car collection of toys. Up for grabs is this hot rod of 1968 Chevy Camaro SS Resto Mod. This SS mod is a well put together machine yielding a beefy small block 350 motor and a 4 speed manual transmission, along with custom exhaust to give it that just right perfect tone. To keep that great hot rod look you cant go wrong with the Victory Red exterior paint, cowl induction hood, spoiler, the custom chrome 17" Ridler rims and to slow those ponies down are a set of Wilwood disc brakes in all four corners. When you open the door you are greated with a lighted SS emblem on the ground. Once inside the feel just gets better with the custom red and black leather seats and matched door panels. Nothing was missed along the dash and to make that road trip feel nice and cool an aftermarket air conditioning system was added along with power windows that use an era correct crank/function; push the window crank down and the window goes down, release and the window stops, vice versa for the up window function. The list of mods just get better with the engine bay filled to the hood with chrome and polished goodies, along with a champion radiator to help keep it all cool. From top to bottom its a solid car and ready to be showed off.
We have tag/title in hand and ready to go!
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