1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS For Sale

Classic Car Facts

1968 Chevrolet Camaro SSFully restored American muscle ... Cordovan Maroon Metallic exterior with contrasting black buckets and console ... 350 CID ... 3-Speed automatic ...

The open road awaits you with this iconic 1968 Camaro SS!  Finished in attention-grabbing Cordovan Maroon Metallic exterior with black vinyl bucket seats, this car’s finish has a mirror-like shine that never fails to draw attention at shows.  This muscle car’s deep and rich color is further enhanced by an abundance of high quality chrome trim and badging.

Powered by a non-numbers matching 350 cubic inch 8 cylinder engine mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission, this classic’s drive train was completely rebuilt during its restoration.  It runs and drives as well as it looks, and rewards the driver with a satisfying rumble from its dual exhaust.  Other features of note include the following:

  • Cowl induction hood
  • Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor
  • Edelbrock Performer RPM manifold
  • Polished stainless steel fan shroud
  • Machined aluminum valve covers and air cleaner
  • Dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers
  • Polished American Racing Torque-Thrust replica wheels
  • Brand new National XT Renegade tires (Front 215 70 R14, Rear 255 60 R15)
  • Summit racing tachometer
  • Aftermarket oil/temp/volt gauge cluster
  • New battery
  • New alternator
  • Front power disc and rear drum brakes
  • Power steering
  • Air shocks
  • GM 10 bolt 3.42 rear end

 

In addition to being mechanically rebuilt, the exterior of the car was fully restored and professionally repainted at that time.  The finish and chrome shimmer, although a very minor paint chip on the front edge of the passenger’s door that has been touched up, and some slight distortion of reflection just below the gas cap should be noted.  These items do not diminish the overall appearance of the car.  The car’s undercarriage is as clean as the rest of the car.  Likewise, the interior is in excellent condition, including the seats, dashboard, carpet, and headliner, with no rips, tears, cracks, stains or notable wear.  The seats were reupholstered with OEM-style seat covers at the time of restoration.  Additionally, the headliner and carpets were replaced at that time as well.

The odometer shows approximately 45,000 miles, and the clear Ohio title reflects this mileage as “exceeds mechanical limits.”  Since being restored, the car has always received the best of care, ensuring that it will thrill for many years to come.

Make today the day to begin the next chapter of this legendary muscle car’s history!