I am proud to present this rare 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS. Very few of the RS/SS models were made. This matching # '68 Chevrolet Camaro is powered by the original 350 Cubic inch, 295 horse power V8 engine with only 94,645 original miles backed by the original 2 speed PowerGlide automatic transmission. This car is a true time capsule vehicle that is in great condition. It is definitely an eye catcher anywhere it goes. This is one of the nicest all original Camaro's you will come across. This Camaro RS/SS is equipped with power steering, manual windows, manual brakes, seat belts, vinyl Interior, stock Camaro Rally Wheels and BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires and an exhaust system that lets everyone know this is a muscle car.
I have over the past 2 years replaced the fuel sending unit, fuel pump, quadrajet 4bbl carburetor, converted the air conditioning system over to the current environmentally acceptable cooling agent, replaced the hide away headlight vacuum system to be electronic and the oil pan gasket. I also have changed out the original AM radio for an AM-FM with an auxiliary port to connect your ipod. I have all the original parts that I changed out. Per the COWL tag this is the original color. The only difference is that this model had a black vinyl hardtop when manufactured and now has a new white vinyl hardtop.
This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS for sale is located in our Powhatan, Virginia and can be seen in greater detail by appointment.
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