1968 Camaro. 4 year restoration recently finished as a resto-mod SS. Car has seen every area either restored to original or upgraded.
Camaro is a subframe off restoration project with thousands of dollars in new parts, labor and out of shop services.
Built with meticulous attention to detail.
The car has following and more:
> A completely rebuilt 327 engine with 300 horsepower double hump heads(1968 202/174), TRW pistons, steel crank, Edelbrock polished aluminum intake and a new Edelbrock 650 cfm 4 barrel carb. The heads were reworked and the engine block vatted.
> Has a Dillon aluminum radiator with a electric fan, dress up pulley kit, chrome alternator and chrome valve covers. The inner wheel wells are new.
> A rebuilt Muncie M-20 4 speed transmission
> Rebuilt 12 bolt rear end. New axles installed..
> The engine, transmission and rearend are CORRECT for 1968 Camaros.
> Ceramic coated headers from Summit Racing and Magnum Flow mufflers.
> New metal or purchased original metal....including but not limited to: quarterpanels, doors, fenders, rocker panels, SS hood with vents, valance, grill, rear deck, spoiler, bumpers and trim.
> Paint is Viper Red with the wrap around Camaro graphic painted onto the front.....just like the originals. There are no blemishes in this paint job. It is a base coat-clear coat finish.
> Interior has been 100 percent restored with OEM interior, including but not limited to carpet, rebuilt seats with new covers, headliner, wood grain SS steering wheel, tachometer, auxiliary gauge pack, air vents, window felt and a new 150 watt stereo with retro look and USB connection.
> Gauges are restored equipment. The dash and 4 speed console are OEM replacements.
> All new American Autowire harnesses throughout the car....including in the dash. Everything works as new. 2 floor pans was replaced.
> Power steering.
> 4 wheel disc brakes.
> New fuel tank and new fuel and brake lines.
> New front end suspension with tubular upper and lower control arms, shocks, bushings, ball joints, tie rods and steering sector.
> BMR 2 inch lowering springs are in the front and Detroit Speed 3 inch lowering leaf springs are in the rear.
> Custom American Racing Wheels, 17 x 7 front, 17 x 8 rear. They are gloss black with a retro look.
>Tires are 245/45/r17 BF Goodrich comp 2 G Force.
> Rear glass and rear view mirrors are OEM replacements.
> New emergency brake cables installed
> All new bolt and screw kit for 1968 Camaro was used in reassembly.
Nothing has been overlooked in the building of this 1968 Camaro.
It is gorgeous in appearance and runs very strong.
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