1968 Camaro convertible V8, 327 fuel injection, white exterior with a blue stripe, blue convertible power soft top, blue deluxe interior bucket seats. American racing wheels, with new tires, new exhaust, headers, flow masters, edelbrock aluminum performance heads, chrome edelbrock intake, electric choke 4 barrel, edelbrock carb, in dash engine computer, front power disc brakes, power steering, numbers matching 327 engine, powerglide 2 speed auto trans. Exhilerating, fun, reliable driver quality car. Coast to coast shipping, typically shipping to California is $1,000.00, $600.00 to the east coast and $600.00 to Florida. Our shippers arrange everything promptly and courteously. Fully insured and bonded. Professional service. Contact us for more details and a shipping quote, which will be quoted within 24 hours. Overseas buyers welcome, dealers welcome. Call for an appointment Joe, 630-841-6353. www.napervilleclassics.com. Third Generation family business. We can assist with financing by contacting www.jjbest.com
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GM admits the sleigh’s dynamic capabilities are unmatched
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Pick of the Day is a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro modified for racing by Dick Guldstrand and later restored to racing spec by Guldstrand’s mechanic.