The 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS Tribute has what you want with a
vibrant look, V8 power, and four-on-the-floor. It all makes for a
well-done classic for the kind of person who knows that Saturday
nights are for the cruise in.
A bold red always looks good on a classic cruiser. It's a modern
upgrade that has a clearcoat luster for a smooth look and shine in
the sunlight. The polish on the paint complements the nice
brightwork on the chrome bumpers, upgraded 15-inch Rally wheels,
and window trim. Plus, it's a proper RS tribute with a dark hidden
headlight grille that makes this look like it's out to swallow
lesser cars. This sporty intimidation continues with aggressive
upgrades like the white bumblebee stripe, cowl hood, deep chin
spoiler, and full-width rear spoiler. So you have a classic with a
good balance of attractive and mean style but nothing too fancy to
make you nervous about driving this one.
The black interior looks good against the red exterior. It's a
clean and complete presentation that gets you in the mood for
driving fun. And everything from the wood-like trim to low-back
bucket seats is all part of the right classic coupe feel. And while
a clean and complete style is attractive to everyone, this Camaro
wants to engage the driver most of all. You have nice details, like
a center console with a Hurst shifter. And the thin grip of the RS
steering wheel is something you only get in a classic that wants
you to take complete control.
The dark inner walls of the engine bay make the center look like it
radiates with Chevy power. It has a bright look in the Edelbrock
chrome valve covers, bold orange block, and a bright air grabber
with a callout. The 327 cubic-inch V8 is upgraded with a
four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock RPM intake, an Accel HEI super
coil, and long tube headers feeding dual exhaust with Dynomax
mufflers. The V8 fires up readily and drives with confidence. And
part of that assuredness comes from the full control provided by
the four-speed manual transmission. Power steering, power brakes,
and front discs are all there to make this classic Camaro a solid
This bright red coupe with the right upgrades to be a road-ready
stylish classic. It makes for an outstanding Camaro you need to get
your hands on right now.
1968 Chevrolet Camaro
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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