This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro has been restored to be stunningly
stock, and it even has its numbers-matching V8 under the hood. But
as you look at all the great details on this all-blue coupe, you
start to see some well-placed upgrades. So from the extra growl of
the motor, to the A/C interior, this one knows how to be your ideal
It's hard to resist a Camaro in its original shade of Island Teal.
There was a proper investment in a high quality respray, and so it
has a deep gloss on this distinctive paint. It's such a nice first
impression that it recalls feelings of those days when you saw your
first Camaro. It's a very clean and stock look with the kind of
smooth lines and mirror-like chrome that make this an iconic coupe.
It was also born a V8 car, and so you can understand the sporty
details, like the deep chin spoiler and D80 rear spoiler. And while
we all love the classic look of the Rally wheel package, upgrading
them to 15-inch units really fills the arches better.
One of the best features of this coupe is revealed when you open
the door. The blue bucket seat interior looks great against the
coordinating blue exterior hue. This is the kind of color that
could have only come from the 1960s, and so it's extra special to
have this sea of blue so well restored inside. The upholstery,
carpet, door panels, headliner, dash, and even the trunk all
received the right attention to make sure this one feels terrific.
So you'll love to grip everything from the factory sports steering
wheel to the horseshoe shifter in the center console. While they
focused on getting everything correct, there are a few
well-integrated upgrades. The AM/FM stereo is a retro-style digital
tuner, and while this was born an air conditioning car, it's now
blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant.
The 327 cubic-inch V8 was the heart of the early Camaros, so we
love to still have the numbers-matching unit under the hood. It has
some added flair from the Chevrolet valve covers, polished air
grabber, and plenty more shining components. There's also better
function from good upgrades like the aluminum radiator. So it's an
original-style car that was born to run. And when you twist the
key, the Hooker long tube headers not only add some extra power to
the V8, but they also help give some extra bass to the X-pipe dual
exhaust. This was built to be a cruiser, and so you have a
smooth-shifting Powerglide automatic transmission. Plus, there's a
rear sway bar, power steering, and power brakes with discs up
Complete with maintenance records, this is the kind of Camaro that
gets everyone excited. After all, it's original in the right
places, upgraded where you want it, and absolutely distinctive out
on the road. It's time to take home a legend. Call today!!!