This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro was built in Norwood, Ohio and has been refinished in Matador Red with Black stripes over a reupholstered black interior. Power is supplied by a replacement 350ci V8 mated to a Turbo 350- 3 speed automatic transmission and a 10-bolt rear end with POSI-TRACTION. Additional modifications include Edelbrock valve covers and air-cleaner cover, 18″ American Racing wheels, and a Spectra premium aluminum radiator. This first-generation Camaro is now offered with two sets of keys, service records from current ownership, and a clean Washington title in the seller’s name.
Finished from the factory in Ermine white (CC), this example was repainted in Matador Red with stripes stripes during prior ownership. Additional exterior features include chrome bumpers, chrome taillight bezels, dual exhaust outlets below the rear bumper and aftermarket SS logos throughout. All exterior lighting has been upgraded to LED. Close-up photos of various scratches, chips, bubbling, and areas of paint wear are provided in the gallery below, and the seller notes that there is rust bubbling on the rear deck lid and under the vinyl top.
American Racing 18″ Torq Thrust wheels are wrapped in 225/40 Sumitomo HTR A/S PO2 front tires and 255/40 Sumitomo rear rubber displaying 2017 manufacturing date codes. A Wilwood disc brake conversion was fitted at all four corners along with a Wilwood master cylinder in the engine compartment.
The interior was originally trimmed in red (724) and has since been reupholstered in black under prior ownership, with a matching dashboard, door panels, headliner, and carpeting. The car features a center console with woodgrain trim, 3 speed selectable shifter and original radio. This is an original A/C car and all components are present.
A black-rimmed steering wheel frames factory instrumentation consisting of a 120-mph speedometer and a fuel gauge. The five-digit odometer displays 78,997k miles, approximately 5k of which have been added by the seller; true mileage is unknown.
The replacement 350ci V8 was installed under previous ownership, and it is fitted with Edelbrock valve covers and an Edelbrock air-cleaner cover. The vehicle’s serial number indicates that it was originally equipped with a V8 engine. An Optima red top battery sends power to MSD ignition (6A) and an MSD distributor.
The suspension was fully upgraded in 2019 to a Hotchkiss TVS stage 2 kit that make this car a very fun and nimble daily driver. This car is ready to go with all systems functional and no necessary repairs.
Recent service includes- Axle u joints, rear diff service, seat frame extenders for tall drivers, a 1 wire alternator, and a new brake booster.