Sunnyside Chevrolet of Elyria, Ohio in conjunction with Greg's Sports, Classic, & Muscle is proud to offer for sale this 1968 Camaro 396 L-78 with four speed transmission. Documented with the original owners protecto-plate and the second owners protecto-plate.Finished in Sequoia green, this car was built for fun and racing. Counter exchange 1969 date code 396 375 hp engine. Dynomometer sheet in 2012, 458hp CBPwr at 5900 RPM. Faithfully restored to a Chevrolet dealer's showroom in 1968.Special ordered with a bench seat with folding armrest, there was one reason for that, girlfriend wasn't sitting way over by the door. A.I.R smog system, 12 bolt 456 Positraction rear end, front disc brakes, front and rear spoiler, bumper guards, walnut steering wheel, AM/FM radio, GM seat belts and floor mats, dual exhaust, correct spare tire and jack.Additional pictures are available, please call 440-365-7311 for more photos, information or to schedule a test drive.
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