Meet Snoopy! That's right, this 1968 Camaro was named Snoopy and
will be sold as a pair along with its mate, a 1966 Chevelle SS 396.
Here is a link to the 66 Chevelle:
Both cars were purchased brand new in 1966 and 1968. A couple who
lived in California, kept these cars until just a few years ago
when they moved to Kentucky. He purchased the 66 Chevelle and she
purchased the 68 Camaro. She named each car and affectionately
labeled the keys "Snoopy Ignition, Snoopy Trunk, Speedy Ignition"
etc. Both cars have been together since Day One and it was promised
to sell them together a pair.Cars were well maintained and kept
garaged and still are today. They reside with the 2nd owner in
Kentucky.This 68 Camaro still has the original Red paint and it is
in above average condition. All chrome, trim, and emblems are still
bright and shiny.The red bucket seat console interior is all
original except for the headliner which was replaced and the two
bucket seats were recovered. Dash presents in above average
condition and all gauges are in excellent shape as well.Engine is
the 350 CID and is paired with the Power-Glide automatic
transmission.Options include a radio and heater.Both cars are in
Kentucky and will only be sold as a pair. These vehicles were very
well maintained and cherished. Both cars have the California
original paperwork. Viewing is by appointment only.
1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
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