There's something about the Camaro that makes it irresistible as a work of American muscle, and this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Convertible is a great example of this. Sporting the iconic retro look, the Camaro at its time brought the performance to the masses and has a history that makes it heavily prized among motoring enthusiasts today. This particular vehicle features a massive V8 which has only seen about 3,000 miles since it was rebuilt, along with a host of additions to the engine and handling. A few enhancements to the cosmetics of this Camaro have been accentuated as well, and with 39,500 miles reported on the clock, this is a car that has a new lease on life, ready to clock up many more miles into the future.
Sporting a blue exterior, everything about this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS speaks of performance. From its stance and wide body to the bulged hood with front scoop, rear spoiler, Hideaway headlights, and new Hankook Ventus tires wrapped around the new Rally wheels that the current owner reports, this car makes itself known to everyone around it tastefully. Stepping inside, you'll find the more modern fittings, such as the custom audio player with surround sound, subtly included with the overall retro interior of this Camaro. The black interior is a joy to be in, thanks to its welcome lack of invasive technology and comfortable upholstered seats. Closer inspection would reveal the Lokar pedals and GT steering wheel, which has power steering included, which the current owner reports coming with tubular upper and lower control arms—a most welcome addition. You'll also not besides this all; you'll find this interior to be exactly what the Camaro stands for; clean and simple, and no-nonsense.
But the simplicity ends with this Camaro's rebuilt 396ci V8, paired with the new 700R4 automatic transmission. A host of enhancements have been made to this Camaro's engine to bring back its usual power when it rolled out of the factory and perhaps a little more. This includes an aluminum intake manifold, chrome valve covers and air cleaner, new wiring units, and even a chrome alternator. Finer changes have also been made, including new Edelbrock Performer RPM headers, new aluminum more ware pump, a radiator with dual electric fans, a new HEI distributor, an MSD 6A box, and dual Flowmaster exhausts. Handling has also received attention too, with 4-wheel power disk brakes, new rear gas shocks, and new side A link traction bars, all of which the current owner reports that this car includes, making this Camaro an absolute joy to experience and even own.
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