1968 Camaro Numbers Matching Z/28 RS with less than 28k original miles! This is an original LeMans blue Camaro with all original sheet metal. The paint is in amazing shape and shines like new! Equipped with the RS package, in which this car still retains the original vacuum headlights and they are operational. The chrome and trim are both in excellent shape as well. Also sporting a nice set of '15 rally wheels to really give this Z/28 the classic look. The interior in this car is all original, even down to the foot pedals, and this is where the low miles really shows! The bucket seats are in excellent condition with no rips or tears, as well as the headliner. The drivetrain has been completely gone through. Equipped with the numbers matching 302ci MO engine with the original Holley 4 bbl carb and intake, backed by a Muncie 4 speed and 12 bolt rear axle. There are not many 68 Z/28 Camaros out there, and this one is still incredibly original! Questions about our vehicles Contact Our Staff at Brown's Performance Motor Cars 410-553-6211 Only Tax, Tags and Processing not included. 410-553-6211 Only Tags, Taxes and Processing Fee additional to Brown's Price
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