STRONG RUNNING 350CI MOTOR, BUCKETS/CONSOLE INTERIOR, TH350 TRANS, GREAT DRIVER!
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1968 Chevrolet Camaro
The right colors inside & out; the right enhanced small block V8; and the right price... This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro gets a lot of things right from the first moment you look at it, but as you get closer for the details, it gets even better.
The bold red is the color you know you love to see on an aggressive first-gen Camaro. Of course it doesn't hurt that this has been given a few iconic Z/28 upgrades, including the dual white stripes, D80 rear spoiler, and correct 15-inch Rally wheels. And because this is a coupe you want to show off, the bumpers have a mirror-like shine perfect for an all-American Camaro. The end result is a mean machine with a seriously sweet appearance.
Inside is a great mixture of the iconic elements and nice upgrades. The low-back buckets stay below the doorline to give the car a great profile. Plus, 1968 eliminated the vent windows, so you get a true clean-n-mean pillarless profile. But these kinds of details are often missed because everyone's attention always gravitates to fan favorites like the horseshoe shifter. For the driver, this is a cool piece to hold even if you're just cruising along. And this is truly a driver's car with upgrades like the wood and chrome three-spoke sports steering wheel and the AutoMeter AutoGage tach on top of the steering column. And there's even an AM/FM/CD stereo with upgraded speakers, but we really know your favorite soundtrack will be the growl of the exhaust.
While the callouts on the fenders say 327, this one is actually powered by a larger 350 cubic-inch V8. And more than just added displacement, this one has performance enhancements like a large Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and long tube headers that add power while they contribute to the Camaro's throaty rumble. When you get this one out on the road, you'll appreciate good driving features like the power steering and three-speed automatic transmission. Plus, front disc brakes and Cooper Cobra tires all around give you plenty of grip.
The point of owning a V8 first generation Camaro is to have bold looks, a terrific sound, and plenty of power to back it all up. That's what makes this coupe so appealing. It's turn-key ready for fun tomorrow, so you need to call today!