The Paint: Tuxedo Black, Base coat/Clear coat
The Engine: 1965, 327 CID, rebuilt, 202 Heads, High performance Cam, Holley 600 carb. aluminum intake manifold Ceramic coated headers, electronic ignition.
The Transmission:Muncie M21 close ratio, rebuilt, new Centerforce clutch, balanced flywheel new Hurst competition shifter.
The Differential: 10 bolt with 3.73: 1 gear ratio with Yukon Posi-Traction.
The Suspension: Completely rebuilt with poly urethane bushings, larger front and rear sway bars, sub frame connectors, new shocks all around.
The Interior: Clean, fresh custom interior with charcoal bucket seats with red stitching, back seat to match and matching door panels. High quality carpeting, new headliner, and ambiance lighting. Billet aluminum door hardware, billet aluminum steering wheel with carbon-fiber look grip, Custom Auto Meter gauges.
Power Steering with CPP Close ratio steering box
Power 4 wheel disc brakes with CPP calipers and drilled and slotted rotors
All gauges work except the speedometer
Red ambiance lighting
Turn signals, horn, and windshield wipers work
Aluminum radiator with thermostatically controlled fan
Billet pulleys, and expansion tank
Steel Cowl induction hood
New dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers
Polished aluminum US slotted mag wheels with new BFG Radial T/A tires all around
Well, if you've been searching for a first Gen Camaro that ticks most of the buttons, here it is. Beautiful Tuxedo Black, base/clear paint that's miles deep, strong running, awesome sounding 327 dressed with all of the right components for performance, reliability, and looks!
Turn the key and the 327 jumps to life, fast idles nice and smooth when cold, touch the throttle and this highly desirable small block settles into a sweet cammie sound that will certainly bring back memories of the golden age of Muscle cars.
Push in the new easy Center-force clutch, slide the M21 4 speed into first gear, and your ready to bolt away from anyone, or just cruise nice and slow so everyone can drink in the delicious sight of this classic '68 Camaro SS filling everyone's ears with that beautiful, mean sound.
Relax as you drive as the custom stitched seats in this Camaro are as comfortable as can be. Quick ratio power steering, power 4 wheel disc brakes, and completely rebuilt suspension will certainly evoke confidence as you pilot this Camaro while peering over that cowl induction hood.
No worries about overheating with this particular Camaro, as it is equipped with an aluminum radiator and a thermostatically controlled fan.
If you like a little “Old School” in your Muscle cars, check out the oversized slotted mags, and the new T/A's.
To summarize, this 1968 Camaro SS has been very well treated, and has had only the best components applied during it's restoration. Deviated from stock in all the right places, this Camaro is ready for crusin', the car shows, or a fun road trip anywhere you want...
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