How do you like your 1968 Chevrolet Camaro? Performance V8?
Super-slick red paint? Upgraded interior? How about all of this in
one attractive package?
This coupe does a great job of mixing iconic lines with standout style. It starts with the paint. Of course, you could get a red Camaro from the factory, but this one has a slickness and vibrancy that comes from a more modern re-spray. It's the kind of investment that lets you instantly pick this one out of a crowd. It also has all the best aggressive upgrades of the first-generation cars, including the power bulge cowl hood, D80 full-width spoiler, and iconic Z/28 stipes painted on and clearecoated in with the red for a great shine. Plus, the Keystone Klassic wheels are an ionic touch that aren't seen too often anymore.
We all love black interiors in American muscle like this, especially when it coordinates so nicely with the exterior stripes. This deep, dark color is on the door panels, headliner, and dash. The black bucket seats are upgraded units that fit in especially nice with the aggressive attitude thanks to the red bow ties in the headrests. You get all the best iconic elements like the deep dual pod gauges and iconic horseshoe shifter in the center console. Added to that are upgrades like the smaller diameter sports steering wheel, auxiliary gauge package, and a Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo.
Under the hood is the legendary Chevy 350 cubic-inch small block. While this is a great powerplant for both power and reliability, you'll be especially happy to know this is a fresher crate motor. It's also been upgraded for performance thanks to an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and long tube headers. This makes for a total package that fires up easily, idles smoothly, and also has a ferocious growl out of the dual exhaust - everything drivers want in a classic Camaro. And because this is a driver's car, you'll also appreciate features like the TH350 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes.
Here's a'68 Camaro that shines like a ruby out on the road. Yes, this is a true gem, and if you're quick enough, it can be a crown jewel of your garage. Call now!!
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