This here sure is a unique Camaro. This genuine 1968 Chevrolet
Camaro SS comes with a numbers-matching 396 C.I. V8 mated to the
original 4-speed manual transmission, which is then connected to
the rear wheels via a 12-bolt rear axle. This sweet example of
classic '60s muscle is fitted with power drum brakes, factory
gauges (including an original tachometer), bumper guards, a rear
defroster, an original working AM/FM radio, factory rear speakers,
an 8-track player, a functional cowl hood, a black vinyl top, a
rosewood steering wheel, and a rear spoiler. This mean Camaro
compliments its drivetrain by riding on a nice set of chrome
American Racing TT wheels. The red paint on this car is immaculate
and has a brilliant gleam. The paint is laid out over an incredibly
straight and solid body and the undercarriage is in outstanding
condition. The black interior with bucket seats was 100% original
and the odometer reads only 73,378 genuine miles. Recently, we took
off the original seat covers because of two seam splits and
installed two new front seat covers afterwards. The black interior
still sports its original carpet, which is in great shape! This is
an incredibly neat find that has buckets of power and rides very
well. The Camaro sounds great, looks great, feels great, and it is
here waiting for you!
1968 Chevrolet Camaro
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