1968 Camaro 454 4 speed disc brakes power steering,
Atlas Muscle Car is proud to offer for sale this very nice Tuxedo Black 1968 Camaro, body on the car is really solid and straight. Paint is brand new base coat clear coat that has been buffed to a mirror finish. Interior is very nice with new carpet and door panels, all the chrome bezels and vent balls are very nice. The electric headlight doors have been upgraded to the Retro Electro door openers and they work 10 times better than the old vacuum style. The front disc brakes are all brand new including the wheel bearings. Car runs and drives great! $38,900.00
454 big block (casting code 361959) 4 barrel carburetor, HEI igntion, stock exhaust manifolds with dual exhaust
4 speed manual transmission
12 bolt rear end
Power front disc brakes
Brand New REV100 20 and 18 inch grey wheels
972-562-7965 after hours
All forms of payment must clear our bank before we will release the car. Please do not bring a cashiers check or check and want to pick the car up the same day.
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