This classic Camaro has its original, matching numbers 396, 325
horse big block. The entire car was treated to a thorough ground-up
restoration. Recently rebuilt by Snyder's machine shop, the motor
was professionally installed at Mack's Garage. They installed the
correct carb, intake, and exhaust manifolds. A rugged Turbo 400
automatic sends the horses to a 12-bolt rear axle the way it was
meant to be. Black SS stripes around the nose highlight the 396
callouts and provide that just-right classic look with the red
exterior paint. Another important code is trim code 714 for the
custom black bucket seats. In between is a factory center console
that shows off the correct "basket handle" shifter. A classic Sun
Super Tach counts the revs accompanied by Auto Meter gauges. An
AM/FM stereo with cassette has been added as well. The cowl
induction scoop gives off the perfect performance Chevy vibe.
Polished American Torq Thrust wheels and traction bars are the
kinds of upgrades that were must-haves for the well-equipped street
machine back in the day. Believed to be 133196 total miles, work
receipts and title history are included. A red 1968 Chevrolet
Camaro SS/RS 396 represents a desirable, collectible classic. This
one is completely ready to roll, and it's available now at
1968 Chevrolet Camaro
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