1968 CHEVROLET CAMARO SS

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:Chevrolet
Model:Camaro
Year:1968
Type:Coupe
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Color:YELLOW/BLACK
Mileage:2,378
Transmission:Manual
Interior Color:Black
Engine:327 V8
Trim:SS
Number of Cylinders:8
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Description

FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS INCLUDE:
2300 Miles on Build.
Custom Tri-Coat Base/Clear coat “Good Guys Yellow” & Black SS Stripes.
327/300+HP
Edelbrock 600 cfm
electric choke 4bbl Carburetor
Edelbrock Aluminum Intake
Hurst-shifter atop the T-56 5-speed manual transmission
Hydraulic clutch
Custom Dual Header Exhaust & Electronic
Operated Header Dumps in addition to the mufflered dual pipes.
Roll Cage
5-Point Seat Belts
Custom Classic Instruments Analog Camaro Gauges with Tachometer
Custom Console with touch screen DVD player – AM/FM CD iPod – Kenwood
Vintage Air Conditioning System
Power Steering – Concept One
Power Front Disc Brakes
High capacity Aluminum Radiator & Electric Fan
Serpentine Belt System – Billet Pulleys & Brackets
Eagle Alloys – 275/35ZR20s & 245/40ZR18s Nitto NT555
The undercarriage features a stout 10-bolt rear end with multi-leaf rear springs, air shocks and traction bars
Upper & Lower Body Molding & Wheel Well Molding

This custom ’68 Camaro features vivid pearl yellow paint and a healthy 327 V8 & 5-speed. This is a real head-turner. Not a number’s matching car, this is one you can drive to the car show and enjoy. The majority of the work performed was completed in 2007 and approximately 2300 miles have been logged since. The paint has a real appeal in the bright sunlight. You can see the pearl “flake” in both the yellow and the black stripes. Custom 18/20″ Eagle Alloy wheels wrapped in Nitto NT555 rubber. The paint is in very good condition with some minor flaws on closer inspection. Completed in 2007, the car has been kept garaged. The 1968 Camaro would really be a special Camaro with its own unique features setting it apart from the ’67 and ’69 model years. The vent windows would be eliminated for 1968 while retaining the smooth body lines of the original Camaro. Under the cowl hood is the performance-oriented 327 c.i. V8. This 327/300+HP engine runs good and features many performance upgrades while remaining very street friendly. Spent gases are evacuated in a hurry through the custom dual header exhaust system. This car also features electronically-operated header dumps or exhaust cut-outs in addition to the mufflered dual pipes. It has a mild performance cam as well. Engine accessories include air conditioning with polished compressor (134A) along with a very nice Concept One power steering system. The serpentine belt system features polished billet brackets and billet pullies throughout. Further inspection will reveal solid original sheet metal throughout the firewall, inner fenders, and core support. Cooling duties are handles by an aluminum radiator and electric fan. Open the doors to a true American Muscle Classic. This interior is all business and pleasure, from the easy entrance roll cage to the touchscreen DVD system, this Camaro is special built to enjoy. 1968 would be the last year of the round instrument bezels for the Camaro. This example is fitted with Classic Instrument Camaro gauges complete with an 8,000 rpm tachometer. The bucket seating is optioned with head rests. The upholstery is clean and detailed front to back. The headliner has been replaced along with the rubber weather-strip throughout the doors. Custom Crow 5-Point Seat belts have been installed for the driver and passenger. The custom-built roll cage features removable side bars if desired. Note the attachment hardware shown above. This custom molded center console houses a Kenwood touchscreen DVD head unit. The gauges are by Classic Instruments and are functional. The trunk is clean and detailed. It has been carpeted. The trunk pan was replaced. The door panels are clean and detailed. The door undersides are solid as well. The original side glass showed some of the typical vertical scratches along both sides from rolling up and down over the years. These were replaced with new glass, guides and rubber 2/2013. New door hinges were installed 2/2013. Also note the optional upper body molding. Check out the custom solenoid/toggle switch operated exhaust header dumps. Flick this power-window style switch located on the console if you really want to make some noise. The floor pans have been replaced as well. The sub frame is in good shape with replaced bushings. The inner and outer tie rod ends have been replaced. The fuel tank has been replaced as well. The engine and transmission undersides are also in good condition.

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