1968 Chevrolet Camaro
This 1968 RS/SS Camaro is a factory numbers matching car. It has just over 56,000 original miles and has undergone only a cosmetic restoration such as a professional correct repaint and carpet, weather stripping, exhaust system and engine fresh up. It has its factory original number matching 396 CID/325 HP, V8 engine, 4 speed Muncie M20 transmission and 12 bolt posi-traction 3:31 rear end, and factory VIN stampings are on the engine block and transmission.
Documentation includes protect-o-plate, certification of authenticity and inspection report by Jerry MacNeish of Camaro Hi-Performance and owner history.
An original "Matador Red" with red interior car. This is a very well cared for original low mileage Camaro that runs and drives perfectly. Everything is in working condition and has all original sheet metal. Original red paint is visible on the floor pane. Options include: Rally Sport Equipment, center console, bucket seats, electric clock, SS equipment, AM/FM radio. Rally wheels 396CID/ 325HP engine, 4 speed, M20 transmission. An absolutely drop dead gorgeous big block 4 speed RS/SS Camaro.
Additional Details: Only 56000 Miles 396CID V8, 4-Spd. Std., 2 Door dr., Red on Red, Bucket Seats, Clock, Console, AF/FM, Ralley Wheels, Posi,
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