With an awesome custom color combo, driver-focused interior, and
upgraded V8, this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro gives you the power you
want in a Camaro and the kind of style that keeps it memorable long
after you drive away.
The custom paint package instantly grabs your attention. Black and
red are favorite muscle colors because they're the meanest
around... and so this one utilizes them both! It's obviously not a
stock color theme, and there are only about 2,100 miles on this
build. This later paint upgrade has been treated with respect, so
it continues to have a quality gloss in the sunshine. And the
custom silver stripes not only divide the two-tone combo nicely,
but also they taper to draw added attention to the Camaro's best
curves. It's such a striking paint package that they gave it extra
details, like color-matched bumpers and shaved door handles. Plus,
you have the best vintage Camaro performance upgrades, like cowl
hood, front air splitter, and D80 rear spoiler. This even has the
blackout Rally Sport front end (headlight doors will need servicing
to fully function again.) With much of the brightwork eliminated,
it really draws attention to the Cragar SS wheels and the nice
stance you get from the larger rear tires.
The interior has plenty more of the red and black custom style.
It's a nice look that can impress people when they peek their heads
in for a look. But this coupe's real purpose is to give you a
proper driver's experience. There are classic elements like the
front bucket seats and a center console in-between. This is
surrounded by upgrades like the B&M ratchet floor shifter for
the three-speed auto and a Grant wood-rimmed steering wheel. Plus
you have a full gauge package upgrade. There's a large AutoMeter
Sport-Comp speedo and tach directly in front of you, fuel and
battery readouts are tall on the center stack, and there are more
gauges on the A-pillar including a large shift light.
The engine bay continues the car's two-tone style. You have smooth
inner walls, a red radiator cover, and even a black block. In fact,
you can tell they took the time to hide the components that did not
match the color theme. And anything not in the two-tone shows off a
greater investment, like the polished alternator, polished power
brake booster, steel braided lines, and fabricated valve covers.
There's also a ton of substance beyond the style. This small block
has been enhanced and fortified with aluminum heads, an Edelbrock
intake, and topped with a ProForm four-barrel carburetor. And the
headers add power and rumble as the dual exhaust and Flowmaster
mufflers. Under the car, you'll see a clean style, traction bars,
front disc brakes, and a wide surface on the Cooper Cobra tires. It
all makes for a solid street machine attitude.
This is the classic Camaro done for true power and distinction, so
you know you need to get your hands on it right now. Call