This 1968 Camaro is presented in Marina Blue exterior paint with Black/White Houndstooth interior. It has a 427ci V8 crate motor with Aluminum Heads with headman headers. The Muncie 4 speed transmission puts power to road through the 12 bolt rear end that has Bf Goodrich 15' tires mounted on the Kelsey steel wheels. Other options include 'Ice Tray' hood 427ci GM Crate motor with Performance Aluminum heads AM/FM Digital Radio w/cassette Vintage A/C Back up lights Beauty rings BF Goodrich Radial T/A 235 60R/14 front tires BF Goodrich Radial T/A 245 60R/15 Rear tires Black/White Houndstooth Interiror Chrome door handles Chrome exterior mirrors Chrome windshield wipers arms D91 Front accent band Front and rear bumper gaurds Front and rear seat belts Front and Rear spoiler Front tag bracket HID HeadLights Hideaway Head lights ivory gear shift knob JL Audio speakers Marina Blue exterior paint Rally Wheels spare tire rims and lug iron SS/RS Package Tic-Toc-Tach trunk mat Wood Grain Accent Panels Please contact Kennith Stewart at 1-877-689-6930 for more information.
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