1968 Camaro RS SS Convertible for sale.
Gorgeous Barn find 1968 Camaro RS SS Matching Numbers with Documentation, Receipts and Photos of Professional Restoration.
Professional Rotisserie Restoration and Bumper to Bumper Beautiful is what best describes this 1968 Camaro RS SS Convertible.
1968 Camaro RS SS Convertible. / Clear Title. / 3 year Professional Rotisserie Restoration. / Restored to Original. / Numbers Matching. / Fully Documented. / Photos during restoration available. / Solid Steel. / All Original, Restored to Original Condition and NOS. / Beautiful with great finish LeMans Blue Paint. / Perfectly fitting White Soft Top. / Matching, mint condition Blue bucket seat interior. / Correct matching numbers 396 V8 engine. / 325hp. / 400 Turbo Automatic Transmission. / Rochester 4V Quadra jet. / 12 Bolt Rear End. / Full Factory Gauges. / Tic Toc Tack. / Seat Belts. / Power Steering. / Power Brakes. / Power Convertible Top. / Cooker Red Line Tires with BF Goodrich Silverstone radials. / And multiple pages of all the details that went into this 1968 RS SS restoration to original. Way too much to list.
This 1968 Camaro RS SS needs absolutely nothing… Road Ready in every way… Just waiting for you!
No Text messages and No trades. Interested Buyer Inquiries appreciated.
Located and in Climate controlled storage in Ortonville, Michigan, 48462.
Call Tim Sleeman at: 586-838-0097 for more information.
Asking: $64,900.00 U.S
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