The styling of the 1968 Camaro was very similar to the 1967 design. With the introduction of Astro Ventilation a fresh-air-inlet system the side vent windows were deleted. Side marker lights were added on the front and rear fenders which was a government requirement for all 1968 vehicles. It also had a more pointed front grille and divided rear taillights. The front running lights were also changed from circular to oval. The shock absorber mounting was staggered to resolve wheel hop issues. This is a base model convertible, equipped with power disc brakes, factory alloy wheels, 3 speed stick on the floor and a 350 V8. This is a one repaint survivor. #460216 Now on display at the home of “over the top cars”CHECKERED FLAG CLASSICS 7743 MONTEREY ST GILROY, 408-847-8788 or 888-625-2774, sold as-is, California buyers are responsible for sales and license fees. On the web: checkeredflagclassics.com Buy with confidence I am a licensed bonded California dealer.
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