The muscle cars that seem to be gaining traction in the market are those that capture an old-school look and feel but deliver a few modern upgrades for comfort. This 1968 Camaro RS coupe is just such a machine; a clean RS with a 5-speed, cold A/C, and a brutal look, all restored to look and drive just the way it did back in the day. Following a 5-year restoration that rebuilt the entire car practically at the molecular level, this neat coupe looks great. You can imagine the soul-searching the owner must have faced with a super-clean Camaro shell that could be anything he wanted, but he wisely chose to put it back the way the factory built it, although original code R Matador Red is an easy path to follow. The smooth paint hugs the shapely Camaro bodywork and gives it a subtle look that actually works really well, and you can see in the photos just how straight it really is. A black stripe around the nose works rather well and without the usual Z/28 stripes, the cowl induction hood almost looks subtle. The Rally Sport package, as you undoubtedly already know, includes the awesome folding headlights that give the Camaro a totally unique look, as well as some special badging, different taillights, and back-up lights moved to the rear valence. The rear spoiler gives it a purposeful look and the chrome is so brilliant that its probably better than new. The black and white houndstooth interior also sticks to the factory recipe, and its kind of cool that even this 60s upholstery looks upscale to us today. The buckets are in good condition, showing only very minor signs of use, and again, they resisted the urge to add options or customize things. Then again, the Camaros interior is so stylish that it really doesnt need the upgrades to be a great place to spend some time. Youll note this is a factory A/C car and that upgraded 5-speed uses a shifter that looks like it could have been born there. The factory gauges are in beautiful condition, with a tach in the dash and auxiliary dials down on the console (those were actually two separate options). This is a factory A/C car, so everything was already there, but its now powered by modern hardware working behind the scenes. The trunk was also nicely detailed with a reproduction mat and matching spare tire assembly. The 350 cubic inch V8 under the hood looks like it belongs there, although its a CKL suffix code engine dating to 1973. It was bored .030 oversize during the rebuild and now makes an estimated 350 horsepower, so its extremely entertaining to drive. It was also detailed for show with Chevy Orange paint, a chrome air cleaner assembly, and finned valve covers that really look great. An Edelbrock carburetor lives on a Winters intake manifold from a Z/28, and theres a Mallory distributor to light it up. The 5-speed manual shifts nicely and the heavy-duty 12-bolt rear is surrounded by a fresh exhaust system with transverse muffler. The satin black floors make a fantastic background for the nicely finished chassis and simple painted steel wheels with F70-14 Goodyear Polyglas tires complete the no-nonsense look. This is how most Camaros wish they could look, and with V8 power and a 5-speed, itll probably attract more attention at shows than all the over-done SS clones you see every day. Call now!
Chevys Camaro was a relative latecomer to the muscle car wars of the early and mid-60s but once it joined the fray, its impact was immediate - American car buyers were taken with its wide stance, clean lines and overall stylish good looks. More than a half century has passed since that introduction, so its always a welcome sight to come across a specimen thats in road-ready condition while still outfitted in a thoroughly stock configuration, like this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro. Good fortune and a little bit of luck has kept this vintage Chevy intact and looking very straight and solid. The original butternut yellow it rolled off the showroom floor with has received a freshening up sometime over the years to complement the factory appearance on display here and its got a nice even coloring and consistent texture that suggests you wont find any unexpected damage lurking beneath. The overall exterior alignment also appears to be very strong here - Camaros of this era feature lengthy body contours and the ones here remain nice and even as they transition from front fender to door to rear quarter panel. Theres no doubt that this Camaro will turn heads on the street just as it is, but should you opt to take its overall appearance to the next level, all the chrome and brightwork on board here sits securely in place and the glass surrounding the cabin is as clear as you could want. Inside the doors, the interior has been totally refurbished to almost entirely stock specs and is in really nice shape. Poke your head in and youll see an array of replaced, period-correct components - the black vinyl front buckets and rear bench seat, the door panels to each side, the well-fitted headliner above and carpeting lining the floor that looks outright new. A supple-looking, fresh black pad looms over the dash area and just beyond the original steering wheel youll find the factory gauges still in place in the instrument panel, easily readable and fully functional. The AM/FM/Cassette stereo recessed into the center of the dash is about the only deviation from its original form here as it stands by to provide an era-correct audio experience while youre on the road. Every control knob and switch is present and accounted for and if you were to swap out the shifter stem on the column and the air vents - both very easy fixes, by the way - youd be looking at a vintage interior in top form. This 68 is still running on numbers-matching power provided by the original 327 cubic inch V8 sitting beneath the hood. This class of small block generated a lot of praise over the years for its consistent reliability and the representative here is no exception - decked out with a chrome air cleaner and a pair of finned Corvette-style valve covers, it received a tune up not long ago and is running very strong. A recently replaced exhaust system extends rearward behind the stock manifolds and it provides a nice mild rumble - deep enough to represent the models muscle car identity, but not so loud as to be distracting. Featured power brakes and power steering make navigating and stopping easy as this sharp, authentic-looking Camaro cruises on a set of 15 Corvette rally-style wheels wrapped with BF Goodrich T/A radials that have plenty of tread still remaining. Below, the undercarriage looks very solid. With its clean, stock appearance and very strong running condition, this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro will be a great score for the enthusiast who puts a premium on authenticity. Call today!
real deal ss 327 engine 350 trans 10 bolt rearend original car mostly stock just few minor extras new vintage air&heat 2years ago at a cost of 3grand this is a 3owner car first owner kept it for over 21years then passed it to his son which kept it for 11years before slling to a delta pilot car is a matching number car was rebuilt over 17 years ago miles are 79K orginal on body and i dont no how many are on the rebuld car runs excellent drives straight down the road sound good was painted back in the 90s but it still looks good has no rust and been kept indoors it intire life clean interior good top car was just serviced new brakes shocks tuneup brakes&all fluids changed car is a driver are a show its a 50year old car not a barret jackson car so its not perfect if you want a perfect one call someone else I'm not a Camaro expert so please don't call with dumb stupid questions call a chevy dealer price is firm have lots more invested in this car need room don't have time to drive it cash only call only if you have 35grand not a penny less firm firm that's it serious buyers only please cash only no lookers dreamers are time wasters please 678-497-5700
1968 Camaro SS Restomod- orange and white wrap (Hunter Green under wrap). Car has made cinematic history as one of the “Evil Twins” built for the 2014 movie Need for Speed and was part of the HotRod Power Tour having been owned and driven by celebrity car guru Rutledge Wood . Beautiful car inside and out, runs perfect! Links to videos of history below and a brief Spec sheet! Serious Buyer only !50khttps://youtu.be/oofo4_-7-lwhttps://youtu.be/8XEDu-3GS6oSpecsYear 1968 Make Chevrolet Model Camaro / SS Engine Chevy Perf LS3 / 6.2ltr / 430hp Mods Forgeline GZ3 18″ wheels, Continental Sport Contact 3 tires, TMI Pro Sport R houndstooth seats, Heidts 4-Link rear suspension, Vintage Air GenIV AC Kit, Grip Royal steering wheel, Wilwood brakes, Kicker audio system, Odyssey Performance battery, KC LED Headlights Read Less
Who doesnt love a first generation Camaro? This 68 is ready for the road. Good solid body, 350 V8 backed up by a 700 R4 so you can hit the highways. The body is straight and solid with very good panel gaps. The paint is in excellent condition with practically no chips or scratches. The bumpers look new and all of the other trim work appears to be original and in good condition for its age. Doors open and close smoothly, and the weather stripping is like new. Under the hood you will find a 350 with a four barrel and a 700R4 overdrive automatic. She has power disc /drum brakes and air conditioning with a modern Sanden compressor. Things under the hood are neat, clean and tastefully done with ribbed aluminum valve covers and air cleaner assembly. This one is a very good buy for the money. Shes in good running order with an excellent body and interior. Shes a good looking car with a good stance. Why not make her yours?
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What we have here is a sweet looking 68 coupe that is the perfect combination of originality where it matters with a few nice upgrades for a bit of extra performance. It starts with a very desirable, numbers matching 327 that sets the bar pretty high to begin with, which is backed up by paint and interior that has been kept in the factory original colors. Check it out. Lemans Blue is a gorgeous color that really shows off the beautiful shape of this car. It catches the light and reflects it back along the gentle curves of the front end and especially highlights the muscular bulges of the rear fenders where the roof blends into them. A White hockey stick stripe leads the way up front and runs down the front fenders with Camaro in script just above it, tapering off as it ends on the doors. Up front, the grill is simple in black, trimmed in chrome, with an SS badge in the center and is flanked by single headlights on each side. A cowl induction hood flows up and back from there and a thin chrome bumper underlines the grill nicely. Chrome dresses out the fender wells and the rocker panels too, while out back there is a spoiler on the trunk lid, an SS fuel filler cap between rectangular taillights, and another sharp looking chrome bumper underlining everything. Open the door and you will find a Blue Custom interior that is also the original color this car was delivered in, and matches the Lemans Blue paint quite nicely. The molded door panel has a long armrest which is comfortable for long distance cruising and a slash of chrome underlines the door pull as well as Camaro in script. A deep dish, 3-spoke steering wheel sits in front of a stock dash with the speedometer and engine gauges protected from glare by being tucked deeply back in their pods. The center of the dash has a nice wood tone treatment which is trimmed in chrome and houses the ventilation controls as well as a JVC FM/CD player for your listening pleasure. The center console is also trimmed in wood and there is a horseshoe shifter for the automatic transmission as well as a little storage compartment in it. The bucket seats are comfortable with pleated seating surfaces and smooth side bolsters for support. Pop the hood and you will find one of the very desirable 327 cubic inch motors nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. It is the original engine in this car with matching numbers which makes it even more precious and there have been some bolt-on upgrades added for improved performance. A chrome air cleaner assembly gathers up plenty of fresh air from the cowl induction hood and feeds it to an Edelbrock carburetor and intake manifold. The valve covers as well as the alternator, water pump and brackets have all been chromed adding some flash to the motor and the hoses are dressed up in brushed metal protective covers with chrome ends. Long tube headers get the spent gasses out and everything adds up to a motor that runs great and sounds strong. The rubber meets the road through 25560R15 tires in the back and 235/60R15s up front mounted on Rally wheels with chrome centers and trim rings. This car is a looker and a runner with an original, numbers matching 327 presented in its original color paint and interior. Come on down and check it out for yourself. You just might decide that it is just the 68 you have been looking for.
Do you remember the movie Aloha Bobby and Rose? Did it make you want a Red 68 Camaro? One that sounded just like that car did as it was ripping up the pavement? This car can fulfill that dream. It looks great and sounds awesome. Just try not to get into the trouble they did along the way. This bright Red Camaro is similar enough to the car in the movie to evoke the fantasy while actually being a much preferable ride. It looks better and is a better street car. (Paul Le Mat, the actor who drove the caged out, Trans Am race prepped car from the movie reportedly still owns it.) This one has a nice shine to it and is trimmed out in good looking chrome. A black SS grill leads the way underlined by a pencil thin chrome bumper. The cowl induction hood rises up smoothly, catching the light and hinting at the beast within. There are 327 badges of the front fenders as well as Camaro SS in script near the doors. The wheel wells and the rocker panels are both dressed in chrome and the staggered Ridler wheels give the car an aggressive stance and look awesome. The back of the car has a simple, clean look, with the rear spoiler, an SS gas cap and another sharp looking bumper. Open the door and you will find a very nice Parchment interior with black dash, carpets and headliner. The door panel is simple in all white with a long armrest and a slash of chrome through the middle. The bucket seats are comfortable with pleated seating surfaces surrounded by smooth vinyl. A three spoke steering wheel has a bowtie horn button and a column mounted tach to help you hit your shift points accurately. The stock dash gauges are supplemented by a trio of Sunpro gauges to keep accurate track of oil pressure, water temp and voltage. They are mounted under the center of the dash just below a Kenwood AM/FM/Cassette player for your listening pleasure. A black and chrome B&M T-handle shifter with lockout is mounted in the floor for the 3-speed automatic transmission. The black headliner and black carpets tie the look together nicely. Pop that cowl induction hood open and you will find that very desirable 327 engine nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. It is set up to run strong and look good at the same time. A chrome air topper holds down a free flow air filter with a Holley QFT carburetor under it which feeds an Edelbrock intake and aluminum heads. Chrome valve covers with a Chevrolet in script and a red bowtie keep the oil where it belongs and an MSD ignition with red plug wires gets good hot spark to the cylinders to fire the mixture. Billet pulleys and a chrome alternator dress up the engine bay and an aluminum radiator keeps things running cool. All that free flow on the intake side runs out through long tube headers to Flowmaster mufflers that exit down in front of the rear axle, and the sound this car makes under power is awesome. The rubber meets the road through 255/35R20s in the rear and 235/45R18s in the front mounted on those sweet looking Ridler wheels. A bright Red, attention grabbing 68 Camaro with a free revving, sweet sounding 327. Sounds like there are some good times to be had with this car. Come on down and check it out.
This is a super clean looking machine. Complimenting that iconic front end is nothing but a shiny Red paint job, an aggressive stance, and a bark to the exhaust that says more than a bunch of badges on the fenders or rally stripes could say. Check it out. Lets dwell on the RS front end for a moment. The hideaway headlights on the 68s look like a continuation of the grill. Simple, clean, trimmed out in thin chrome piping and underlined by a simple, pencil thin chrome bumper. It just doesnt get much better than that. The Red paint flows up and over the power bulge of the cowl induction hood and reflects the light off the crisp clean lines down the center of that hood and the tops of the fenders. The aggressive rake to the chassis is obvious from the side and the coke bottle curves of the body look great, especially on the rear fenders that bulge out to cover the back tires mounted on sweet looking REV wheels. Polished stainless discreetly trims out the wheel wells and the windows, and the back of the car ties things together nicely with a rear deck spoiler, an RS gas cap between the taillights, and another pencil thin bumper. Open the door and you will find a Black interior that is simple, yet set up for business. The door panel itself is Black with horizontal pleating and slashes of chrome across the top and bottom. The front bucket seats are comfortable with pleated seating surfaces and smooth side bolsters. Slide into the drivers seat and you will find a beefy steering wheel mounted on a chrome three spoke hub. In the center console is a Hurst dual gate shifter that looks like its ready for business. Reinforcing that perception is a trio of Sunpro gauges mounted just in front of it for keeping accurate tabs on water temp, oil pressure and the charging system as well as a Sun Super Tach to remind you to keep the revs within bounds. The rest of the dash is stock with a bit of wood-tone surrounding the radio and ventilation controls. Pop the hood open and you will find a healthy 350 cubic inch motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. A chrome Edelbrock air topper looks good and sits on top of an Edelbrock 4-barrel carb and intake manifold. Chrome valve covers add their splash of flash to the engine bay while long tube headers wind their way out the bottom to dual Flowmaster mufflers and it all works together to make this car sound awesome. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels mounted on leaf springs. Up front, control arms and coil springs keep things under control with some new components tightening up the steering and helping the car handle nicely. Front disc brakes insure that you can haul this ride back down from speed if you decide to let those horses run, and the rubber meets the road through 225/45/R17s up front and 235/55R17s in the back, all mounted on those great looking chrome REV wheels. A beautiful example of a 68 RS. Neat, clean, and healthy. Come on down and check it out.
1968 Chevrolet Camaro, numbers matching, 327 V8, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, rally wheels, red line tires, Protect-O-Plate, Ready to show or go! Please call Tommy at 256-810-7687, for more information. He rarely answers email.
This 1968 Camaro is presented in Marina Blue exterior paint with Black/White Houndstooth interior. It has a 427ci V8 crate motor with Aluminum Heads with headman headers. The Muncie 4 speed transmission puts power to road through the 12 bolt rear end that has Bf Goodrich 15 tires mounted on the Kelsey steel wheels. Other options include Ice Tray hood 427ci GM Crate motor with Performance Aluminum heads AM/FM Digital Radio w/cassette Vintage A/C Back up lights Beauty rings BF Goodrich Radial T/A 235 60R/14 front tires BF Goodrich Radial T/A 245 60R/15 Rear tires Black/White Houndstooth Interiror Chrome door handles Chrome exterior mirrors Chrome windshield wipers arms D91 Front accent band Front and rear bumper gaurds Front and rear seat belts Front and Rear spoiler Front tag bracket HID HeadLights Hideaway Head lights ivory gear shift knob JL Audio speakers Marina Blue exterior paint Rally Wheels spare tire rims and lug iron SS/RS Package Tic-Toc-Tach trunk mat Wood Grain Accent Panels Please contact Kennith Stewart at 1-877-689-6930 for more information.
This 1968 Camaro is presented in LeMans Blue with upgraded Black Vinyl interior. It has a UPGRADED 502 GM Performance Crate Motor with Aluminum Heads. Its has a M21 4 speed close ration transmission with a 3.73 rear end gear. Other options include a 1968 Owners Manual, 3 sets of rear seat belts,502 Front fender badging,Aluminum Rear End Cover,C08 NEW Vinyl Top,CalTracs torque bars,Chrome A/C Compressor,Chrome A/C Dryer,Chrome Alternator,Chrome Beauty Rings on Rims,Chrome Fire Extinguisher in trunk,Chrome Heavy Duty Air Cleaner w/ 502 sticker on it,Chrome Master Cylinder,Chrome Power Steering Resevior and Pulley,Chrome Windshield Wipers,D55 Console,D60 Air Conditioner,D80 Front and Rear Spoilers,D91 Front accent band,Dual Exhaust with Chrome Tips,Front Disc And Rear drum brakes,Hotchkis Sport Suspension with Frame connectors,ICE TRAY Hood, HURST shifter,MSD Distributor,N33 Tilt Steering Column,NEW P215/70R15 BF Goodrich Front tires,NEW P235/70R15 BF Goodrich Front tires,P01 Bright Wheel Covers,Padded Front Bucket Seats,SS Floor mats,Tic-Toc-Tac,Upgraded Digital AM/FM Concourse USA-230 Radio,USA-1 Front Plate,Z22Rally Sport Package,Z23 Special Interior trim and ZJ7 Rally Wheels. Please contact Kennith Stewart at 1-877-689-6930 for more information.
This beautiful 68 Chevrolet Camaro RS Convertible is a versatile vehicle you can enjoy cruising down the highway as a daily driver or showing-off at a show. It has been given a new Ram Jet 350 crate motor which only has 1,249 miles on it, and in addition to that this vehicle has all the parts for a power top (they have yet to be installed, but we plan to soon). The paint is a 7 out of 10 for a car of its age. The interior is in excellent condition as seen in the photographs.It wont be hard to get your hair blowing in the wind with its great convertible top! The black paint and black top give it a streamlined look, along with the straight body panels and gaps. Classic bucket seats, dash, center console with horseshoe shifter, and more are just part of the classic feel of this beautiful vehicle. The floor and trunk are solid. Driving this amazing Camaro RS is a breeze being equipped with power steering and power brakes...drive it anywhere and enjoy all the attention!.This incredible 1968 Camaro RS Convertible stands tall and proud in the owners personal collection next to his 67 Camaro RS Convertible, 71 Chevelle SS Convertible, 97 Land Rover Defender D90, 88 Land Rover Defender 110, 96 Impala SS, 89 Jeep Grand Wagoneer, 89 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ62, and 83 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40. This Camaro RS and these cars are available BY APPOINTMENT ONLY! You will need proof of funds to set up an appointment to view the vehicles.PLEASE CALL FRANKLIN MOTORS AT 615-865-7350 TO MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT. Visit Franklin Motors Buy Here Pay Here online at www.franklinmotorstn.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 615-865-7350 today to schedule your test drive.
When the Camaro debuted, a General Motors corporate edict prevented it from carrying a V8 engine larger than 400 cubic inches. This put the Camaro at a disadvantage to the Ford Mustang, Plymouth Barracuda and the Dodge Dart since neither Ford nor Plymouth/Dodge had such a limit. Dealership owner and racer Don Yenko knew there was a market for a more powerful Camaro and found ways around the GM limit. The Yenko Super Camaro was a modified Chevrolet Camaro prepared by Yenko Chevrolet with the originally equipped 396 engines swapped for a thundering 427 cubic inch block. Topped with an aluminum intake manifold and Holley carburetor the Yenko Camaro was rumored to have over an astounding 450 horsepower. To stand apart from the rest of the pack the Yenko Camaro sported a twin-snorkel fiberglass hood and Pontiac Rallye II steel wheels with special Yenko center caps. Front and rear spoilers, Yenko emblems and Super Sport striping complete the all-business look. This Yenko tribute Camaro had a frame-off professional rotisserie restoration just completed this year and is in impeccable condition. The super straight body is covered in Corvette Bronze paint and is unbelievably shiny. Further enhancing the great looks of this immaculate Camaro is the Rally Sport hideaway headlight system. All new chrome trim, weather stripping and glass complement the flawless exterior. The interior is all new with a Yenko specific 140-mph speedometer and perfect black upholstery adorning the bucket seats and the rest of the cabin. By anyone’s estimation, a 1968 Yenko Super Camaro is a rare car. Roughly 64 were built by Yenko Chevrolet and it’s believed that less than a third survive today. Recently an original Yenko Camaro crossed an auction block selling for $600,000 to become the most expensive Yenko Camaro ever sold at auction. Here is your opportunity to own one of the most sought-after Camaros ever produced at a fraction of the cost of an original! Stock Number: HC2285VIN: 124378N376518Miles: 14 miles showing on the odometer (this vehicle will be sold as mileage EXEMPT)Engine: Period Correct 427 CI V8Engine Block Number: 3916321 Engine Casting Date: H67 (August 1967) Engine Stamp Pad: CE850202Transmission: 4-Speed Manual (18S405537 P8S14 – Muncie M21 - November 14, 1968)Axle: 3894860 (12 Bolt)Trim Tag Info: Build date 01C (3rd week of January Norwood, OH) Paint Code J (Rallye Green) Trim 712 (Black Vinyl Bucket)Equipment: Aluminum Intake Manifold, Holly Carburetor, Power Front Disc Brakes, Chrome Valve Covers, Chrome Air Cleaner, 140 MPH Speedometer, Tachometer, Hurst Shifter, Stewart Warner Gauges, Radio Delete, Simulated Wood Steering Wheel with Yenko Horn Cap, Dual-Snorkel Fiberglass Hood, Rally Sport Package, Hideaway Headlights, Super Sport Striping, 427 Emblems, Yenko Emblems, SS Fuel Cap, Black Standard Interior, Bucket Seats, Front and Rear Spoilers, 15” Pontiac Rallye II Steel Wheels, Yenko Wheel Center Caps, Firestone Super Sport Wide Oval Polyglas Tires, Dual Exhaust System, 12-Bolt Rear AxleItems Included with the Car: Keys, Full Size Spare Tire, JackCondition Code: (1) * (see condition code chart for explanation of category codes 1-5)Warranty: This vehicle is being sold AS-IS To learn more about condition codes, the term “numbers matching”, conditions of sale, and Hendrick Performance, please see the bottom of this page for details and clarification.
What makes the Z/28 very special is the limited-production, high-performance drive train that is unique to only this car. Everything from the 302-cubic inch high compression engine down to the deep pulley alternator (made to properly operate at 7000+ RPMs) was designed to make the Z/28 one of the most potent small block production muscle cars ever made. This numbers matching Camaro is one of the very few 7,199 total Z/28s’ produced in 1968 and was built at the Los Angeles (Van Nuys), CA plant, assembled in late May. Fast forward to 2017 and the Z/28 is still powered by its original, numbers matching 302ci solid-lifter V8. The Camaro is unrestored with 44,017 original miles and possesses an actual-mileage title. Certified by renowned Camaro expert, Jerry MacNeish, this Z/28 has been authenticated that the engine and rear axle are the original units installed at the Chevrolet factory. The M-20 Muncie manual transmission is a replacement component. Mr. MacNeish stated in his report that “Original Z/28s’ are very hard to find in today’s Camaro collector world”, further enhancing this example’s significance. General Motors and Chevrolet conservatively rated these engines at 290 horsepower, however the performance lends to a higher output number. It has one older exterior only lacquer repaint in the correct super-rare color of Corvette Bronze. The door jambs and underside of the trunk lid are factory paint. The Z/28 is nicely equipped with Hurst shifter, 12-bolt posi-traction rear end with 4:10 gears, power steering, power brakes, center console with gauges and much more. This is a highly-optioned Z/28 that is unrestored with low mileage and its original engine. Don’t miss your opportunity to own one of the most sought after muscle cars of the 1960s’! Stock Number: HC2215 VIN: 124378L341197 Miles: 43,549 Actual miles (miles marked actual on title) 44,017 miles showing on the odometer Engine: Numbers Matching 302 V8 with 290 Horsepower Engine Block Number: 3914678 Engine Casting Date: E108 (May 10, 1968) Engine Stamp Pad: 18L341197 V0515MO Transmission: M21 4-Speed Manual (P0C09A 709407377 Stamped on Transmission) Axle: BV0503G2 E (4:10 ratio, May 3rd, Detroit Gear & Axle Plant, Shift 2, Eaton Positraction) Trim Tag Info: Build date 05D LOS (4th week of May Los Angeles, CA) Paint Code 0-2 (Corvette Bronze w/Black Striping & Black Vinyl Top) Trim 712 (Black Vinyl Bucket) Equipment: Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, Chrome Valve Covers, Chrome Air Cleaner, Tachometer, Hurst Shifter, Center Console with Gauges, AM Radio, Simulated Wood Steering Wheel, Black Standard Interior, Black Vinyl Top, D80 Spoiler Package, 15” Rally Wheels, Goodyear Polyglas Tires, Bumperettes, Exhaust Headers, Dual Exhaust System, 12-Bolt Rear Axle Items Included with the Car: Keys, Camaro Hi-Performance Certificate of Authenticity and Report Condition Code: (3) * (see condition code chart for explanation of category codes 1-5) Warranty: This vehicle is being sold AS-IS To learn more about condition codes, the term “numbers matching”, conditions of sale, and Hendrick Performance, please see the bottom of this page for details and clarification.
This Rally Green Camaro Coupe is in terrific original unrestored condition. Well cared for its entire life the Camaro sports its numbers matching 327 V8 that produces a healthy 210 horsepower. Put in motion by the 4-speed manual transmission and power steering the Camaro runs and drives great with nary a squeak or rattle. The clutch assembly is brand new as well as the new Hurst shifter. The original 1968 shifter is included with the car as well. In the cabin is a pair of black vinyl bucket seats and the sporty center console. The spartan dashboard features basic controls and an AM radio. Under the hood the original 327 cubic inch V8 resides as it has since 1968. This un-modified power plant even features the functioning original, mandated, smog pump. The exterior of the car is in very good condition with no signs of damage and a shiny paint surface. At some point a previous owner installed a “SS” style gas cap on this entry level V8 coupe. The older vinyl top looks good with a few imperfections. The trunk floor is in excellent condition and certainly does not show its age. The stock steel wheels feature original hubcaps and roll on radial white-lettered tires. Also included is the original Owner’s Manual as well as the sought after original Protect-o-Plate. In ideal “driver” condition, this Camaro coupe is certainly a fun classic that can be enjoyed every day! Stock Number: HC2217 VIN: 124378N412165 Miles: 69,269 miles showing on the odometer (this vehicle will be sold as mileage EXEMPT) Engine: Numbers Matching 327CI V8 with 210 horsepower Engine Block Number: 3914678 Engine Casting Date: C138 (March 13, 1968) Engine Stamp Pad: 8N412165 V0401MA (Flint, MI, April 1, Manual Transmission) Transmission: 4-Speed Manual Trim Tag Info: Build date 04B (2nd week of April Norwood, OH) Paint Code J2 (Rally Green) Trim Code 712 (Black Vinyl) Equipment: Power Steering, Manual Transmission, Hurst Shifter, Smog Pump, Manual Brakes, Radial Tires, Hubcaps, Vinyl Roof, Rally Stripe, Bucket Seats, Center Console, Front Lap and Shoulder Belts, AM Radio Items Included with the Car: Original Owner’s Manual, Original Protect-o-Plate, Original Shifter, Spare Tire, Jack, Lug Wrench Condition Code: (3) * (see condition code chart for explanation of category codes 1-5) Warranty: This vehicle is being sold AS-IS To learn more about condition codes, the term “numbers matching”, conditions of sale, and Hendrick Performance, please see the bottom of this page for details and clarification.
Big block power, A/C comfort, and an overall mean-machine look makes this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro the classic performance machine youve always wanted. A classic Camaro finished in a glossy black with plenty of bright trim will always have appeal. But you can tell that someone spent extra time making this one an attractive total package. It has some nice Super Sport upgrades like the deep chin spoiler and the full-width rear spoiler. Plus, it has all your favorite Camaro-style upgrades like the super scoop cowl hood and dual stripes rendered in an aggressive red. And those dark Ridler wheels with bright beauty rings add to the intimidation factor while also nicely fitting in with the cars appearance. Inside the darkness continues this coupes aggressive attitude. But theres also comfort within this blackout pacakge. You can tell there have been more recent investments in the door panels, seat covers, carpeting, and headliner. Plus, you have great upgrades like a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. In fact, this Camaro really has all the right pieces, including a wood rimmed steering wheel, bucket seats, and a center console featuring the iconic horseshoe shifter. Under the hood theres a terrific clean and mean look with the dark valve covers and air topper drawing even more attention to the polished components. But what youll really like about the engine bay is the substance. This is a Generation V 454 cubic-inch big block, so that means its a much younger powerhouse that fires up nicely. Plus, it has all the right powerful upgrades like a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake, and a growling dual exhaust. More than just pure power, youll start to spot the right features that tell you this is a thoughtful total build. Thats why you have a TH400 three-speed transmission that is stout enough to handle big block power while also delivering the ease of automatic operation. Plus, the large aluminum radiator w/electric fan is there to help keep you running cool even in traffic with the A/C pumping. Add in power steering, power brakes, and the grip of modern tires, and this powerful Camaro is also an easy cruiser. This is the big block classic that has all the right features to let you truly enjoy the experience. Dont let this special Camaro slip away.
You can call this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS pro touring or a resto mod...Labels dont matter when you play at this premium level of fuel-injected V8 power, modern upgrades, and the slickest custom youre ever going to see. Before we let you admire the paint, take a moment to look over the body. It seems a bit more modern than other first-gen Camaros you see, right? Thats because they really sweated the details. Drip rails were eliminated, sport mirrors were added, the windshield and rear glass was flush-mounted, and the fenders were delicately flared to accommodate the 10-spoke US Mags wheels. It was all to make sure this had the most seamless appearance of any 68 youve ever seen. Even the iconic full-width spoiler was custom-built into the design. Its one sleek machine, and so it deserves a butter-smooth paint job. Thats why the modern red went on with such a professional had that youll swear this coupe is candy-coated. And because theres less than 50 miles on the whole build, you really get to enjoy the investments made. But while this red looks aggressive, youll also love this coupes darker side. You see it in the custom grille with the Rally Sports hidden headlights, low front air dam, blacked-out rear panel, and the custom cowl hood with a power bulge thats highlighted in black. Its a total package thats both slick and intimidating all in the first glance. Inside, one of the first things youll notice are the seats. You instantly recognize these as modern performance seats with modern bolstering. This is not only for you, but also all passengers - front and rear. The black leather is supple, and the red stitching is the kind of detail that you expect from a top-quality build like this. Plus, everyone gets a nice center console with welcomed cup holders in between. When your arm is not resting on the padded console, it will instantly be attracted to the Clayton shifter. Just ahead of that is an AM/FM/CD stereo with modern USB and Bluetooth connections. Plus, theres more great luxury items like modern R-134a air conditioning, power windows, power locks, power steering, and a push-button start. But more than just a coddler, this is a true performance machine. You slip behind a NRG sports steering wheel mounted on an Ididit tilt steering column. Beyond that is a large AutoMeter speedo and tach, and to the side is a full auxiliary gauge trio. All this lets you know theres something serious under the hood even before you fire it up and hear it roar. While many motors are chromed, this modern classic goes for the full blackout treatment in the very tidy engine bay. This includes great modern touches like the carbon fiber air topper and matching valve covers. More than just look modern, this 383 cubic-inch stroker V8 features modern performance pieces like the MSD Atomic electronic fuel injection, MSD ignition, and serpentine belt system. Other great upgrades include 3.75 steel crank, 10:1 compression, Pro-Comp CNC aluminum heads, Comp Cams 280 CFI roller camshaft, and Edelbrock Air Gap intake. Plus, Hedman shorty headers add even more power as they also contribute to the rumble of the Pypes X-pipe dual exhaust. The enhanced V8 is mated to a TKO 600 five-speed manual to give you full control over the big power and its thunderous soundtrack. This connects to a stout Strange S60 rear end with limited-slip and 3.73 ratio for great takeoffs. And more than just getting off the line, this one is an all-around performer with suspension upgrades like a Ridetech front subframe with tubular A-arms and adjustable coilovers. The rear is upgraded to a four-link with adjustable coilovers. Plus, youve got the superior control with the large full Wilwood four-wheel disc brake package and ultra-grippy (and expensive) Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. This is the prestige of a first-generation Camaro in a street-eating package that has the kind of comfort and control to leave you wanting for nothing. Its a thorough custom build, and we have the receipts to prove it. Heres a vintage muscle car that does everything, including leave our showroom quickly, so you better call today!
Distinct, iconic, and absolutely fast, this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro convertible is already appealing at its first glance... and thats before you hear the grow of the modern LS V8 power. Ermine White is one of those great Chevy colors that adds sophistication. While thats factory-correct for this car, you can tell by its glossy presentation that there have been investments in this Camaro over the years. The white is the perfect canvas to add all the bold details. This includes bright work on the thin wraparound bumpers, velocity-stack style hood, and upgraded Ridler 17-inch wheels. They add to this Camaros performance appeal, its the cars dark side that really intimidates. The blacked-out SS grille, rear panel, and iconic stinger stripe look terrific. Because the folding roof is finished in black, this is the kind of drop top that even look great when buttoned up. But when you do take the roof down, this classic gets a whole new dimension. The factory-correct red interior looks fantastic against the white, and its also the kind of color that adds to any sporty appeal. So the interior adds another color into the mix, but at the same time, fits in with the cars overall theme. Bucket seats and a center console is exactly what you want on a high-performance classic. This sea of red is completed by the carpeting, door panels, and dashboard. Plus, theres a nice hint of sophisticated wood-like appearance running up the center of the car and on the three-spoke sports steering wheel. You have all the best driver equipment, including the auxiliary readouts in the center console and a Hurst shifter. Plus, the SunTach prominently mounted on the steering column is an instant reminder that this is an enhanced machine. The moment you pop the hood, everyone can instantly tell this classic Camaro has a very modern heart. The 5.7-liter LS1 is a terrific fuel-injected V8 that has earned its stripes in everything from Corvettes to GTOs. It has been correctly installed in the engine bay with all the right supporting components, including an aluminum radiator w/large electric fan and a custom Flowmaster dual exhaust. Plus, you have complete control over this modern beast and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. We love the look of the upgraded wheels, they also are the key to allowing for better grip with modern performance tires. This is the kind of project you would want to do if you had the time. But instead this Camaro lets you skip to the fun part with the turn-key upgraded droptop. So if youre ready to show off this weekend, you need to call today!
1968 Camaro. I have owned this car for 26 years. this car has RS trim, 350, 4-speed, Hurst shifter, Disc brakes, Moser 12 bolt posi rear end, 3:73 gears, tilt steering column, tic toc tacometer, console guages, original Grotto blue color, cowl induction hood, 17" wheels, wood steering wheel, new wiring harness, new interior, fully functional hideaway headlights, Flowmaster dual exhaust, new fenders, new steel hood, new quarter panels, fully restored.
THIS IS A CORRECT AND VERY NICE 1968 CAMARO Z/28. IT IS FINISHED IN ITS ORIGINAL ERMINE WHITE WITH RED STANDARD BUCKETS. THE MILEAGE IS SUPPOSE TO BE ACTUAL. IT HAS THE DATE CODE CORRECT 1968 302/290HP TURBO FIRE Z/28 MOTOR WITH THE CORRECT Z/28 4 SPEED TRANSMISSION. IT HAS A HURST SHIFTER, AM RADIO, POWER BRAKES, ORIGINAL KEYS AND OWNERS MANUAL. A VERY NICE DRIVEABLE EXAMPLE OF ONE OF THE GREAT CHEVY PERFORMANCE CARS!!!
This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS is believed to be a real-deal Z-car, and has the right components to support it. More than just history, youre looking at high quality restoration that makes for a truly distinct way to present one of the most iconic sports cars ever. We bet youve probably never seen a Camaro quite like this before. There were some nice shades of blue available to you from the factory in 68, but nothing as bold as this. Its a modern Viper Blue with plenty of metallic element so it radiates in the sunshine. This vintage Camaro makes this color all its own with the classic Z/28 racing stripes added on top before the whole package was cleared over. That way the light rolls evenly across the restored body. And this super shine is also a great way to highlight some of your favorite features like the full-width rear spoiler and upgraded cowl induction hood. Even the brightwork is impressive with freshly dipped chrome bumpers, delicate trim lines, and the correct larger 15-inch Rally wheels. And not only is this dressed to be a proper Z/28, but also we know you immediately spotted the iconic hidden headlights of the Rally Sport package. With white stripes on the outside, its great to have a white interior to match. The door panels, headliner, and deluxe insignia trim bucket seats all have a feeling of freshness from a proper investment. And while this is a bright white, the carpeting remains black. So you never have to worry about dusting off your shoes before hopping in and going for a drive... exactly what a car like this was built to do. The grippy Chevy sports steering wheel feels terrific in your hands, and it gives you a clear view at all the gauges, including the auxiliary readouts in the center console. Just ahead of that is the Hurst shifter, and thats your gateway to something special under the hood. There was plenty left in the restoration budget to make the engine bay exceptionally correct. Youre looking at a MO-suffix block, which is what you got on a 1968 Z/28 Camaro. Plus, this one is correct from the hoses to the special snowflake intake. It inhales properly through a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with that great Z-car growl out of the dual exhaust. But dont just listen to the sound; follow its path in the undercarriage photos. There youll see more signs of the restoration with fresh components and a tidy setup. Out on the road, the Muncie M21 close-ratio four-speed manual transmission is the perfect way to control all the power and the thunder this V8 produces. Plus, power steering and the four-piston front disc brakes make this a great race car for the streets. Nicely invested and uniquely presented, this Camaro takes the best parts of the first-gen and turns it all up a notch. So if you like your classic to be powerful and distinct, dont let this one slip away. Call today!!!
Take a moment to think about all the things youd love to have on the ideal 1968 Chevrolet Camaro. It would probably be a painstakingly restored droptop with a full midnight attitude. And it would have all the best upgrades like a fuel-injected V8, four-wheel, disc brakes, an overdrive transmission, and an A/C interior. Now realize that the ultimate dream classic is right here. Someone took their time giving this Camaro a full restoration, and the first place you see that is the paint. It has this hard and slick shine that makes you think this car was formed from volcanic glass. As you watch the sunlight roll down the profile, you can tell they really paid attention to the bodywork, too. And because the white racing stripes were added before the clearcoat, the light dances across the body almost seamlessly. Competing with the paintwork for shine are the mirror-like elements such as the wraparound chrome bumpers and complete trim. More than just look great, this Camaro has an aggressive streak with some Super Sport upgrades like the faux velocity stakes in the hood and the full-width rear spoiler. And the upgrade to Cragar Eliminator polished wheels perfectly brings together this sporty and shiny total package. The newer black roof looks great in place as it fits snugly to the car, and when you lower it, this reveals an all back interior. So you get a great midnight personality no matter if the roof is up or down. You can tell then made a nice investment in this Deluxe-style interior by the freshness of the door panels, carpeting, and insignia trim bucket seats. Plus, theres some niece wood-like trim breaking up the darkness on the center console. They also made sure to give you the best upgrades like an AM/FM/CD stereo with an aux input for your iPod and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. Plus, this has all the right classic Camaro driving features. Your left hand gets a grippy sports steering wheel, your right one will love the horseshoe shifter, and just beyond that is the iconic quad pack of auxiliary gauges. They even spent extra time making the engine bay looks terrific. The engine block was painted black to match the rest of the car, and they topped it off with plenty of polished components like the valve covers, alternator, and breather. More than just look terrific under the hood, this one also delivers the power. The 350 cubic-inch V8 has been upgraded with fuel injection, and the long tube headers add even more power while also contributing to the rumble of the H-pipe dual exhaust. And more than just powerful, this has been thoughtfully upgraded to be a fine all-around driver. The 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission is stout enough to handle the extra power while also providing overdrive comfort when you want it. Plus, the aluminum radiator w/electric fan is there to help keep this package running cool even when youre in traffic. Add in power steering and four-wheel disc brakes, and youre ready to hit the road any time. The sale comes complete with build receipts, maintenance records, and plenty of restoration photos. This is the ideal restored classic for everything from the Sunday show to the Power Tour. So if you love driving your classics, dont miss this stunner. Call today!!!
This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible offers a cool color combo inside & out and an upgraded V8 heart, so you know something this distinctive and desirable is rarely available for such an obtainable price. A Camaro re-done in the 1968-correct British Racing Green is always a very cool setup. After all, it has the dark tones we love on a muscle car. But when the sunlight hits this modern clearcoat application, the deep tones of the green really radiate as it rolls over the sheetmetals aggressive curves. Plus, this one has extra brightness that comes from nicely polished bumpers and the upgrade to iconic Cragar SS wheels. And then theres the white streak. The D90 stripe gives this some great SS style, and it coordinates with the white roof for a very distinct total presentation. If you like the way the white looks against the green then the roof is up, then youll love the presentation with the top down. The Deluxe white interior with comfy bucket seats and bright door panels give this classic a well-coordinated look when its open to the world. Even the details are great, like the working key buzzer and factory AM radio thats still on display. Plus, with black carpeting, you never have to worry about dusting off your shoes before going for a ride. And this Camaro begs to be driven. You get all the best classic elements, like the grippy three-spoke steering wheel, deeply recessed gauges, and the iconic horseshoe shifter in the center console. While youll love the color combo on this Camaro, your favorite upgrade will likely be under the hood. Its a 350 cubic-inch crate V8 looking quite tidy and polished. Plus, this has been enchased with performance components like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and Hedman headers feeding a rumbling dual exhaust. You even get an aluminum radiator w/electric fans to help keep this upgraded V8 running cool all day long. Plus, youve got a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and the grip of BF Goodrich T/As to keep this one feeling great on the road. A cool classic droptop with extra power and a distinctive look this Camaro really has it all. So dont let it slip away, call today!
1968 Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport for Sale. Frame off Restoration. Upgraded 350 cubic inch V8 engine with Dart aluminum heads and intake top end package, Quick Fuel 4 barrel carburetor, headers, dual exhaust, automatic transmission, aluminum radiator, 15 Cragar SS wheels with Cooper Cobra raised white letter radial tires, factory code U Le Mans Blue exterior, cowl hood, black vinyl roof cover, hideaway headlights with upgraded electric motors, black bucket seat interior, center console with floor shifter, AM/FM Radio. This beautifully restored Rally Sport Camaro features painted floors and a high quality restoration. Dont miss this beautiful GM Muscle Car!Automotive History:The first-generation Chevrolet Camaro appeared in Chevrolet dealerships in September 1966, for the 1967 model year on a brand-new rear-wheel drive GM F-body platform and was available as a 2-door, 2+2 seat, hardtop (no "B" or centerpillar) or convertible with a choice of six-cylinder and V8 power plants. The first-generation Camaro was built through the 1969 model year.Almost all of 1967-1969 Camaros were built in the two U.S. assembly plants: Norwood, Ohio and Van Nuys, California. There were also five non-U.S. Camaro assembly plants in countries that required local assembly and content. These plants were located in the Philippines, Belgium, Switzerland, Venezuela, and Peru.The Camaros standard drive train was either a 230 cu in (3.8 L) straight-6 engine rated at 140 hp (104 kW) or a 327 cu in (5.4 L) (307 cu in (5.0 L) later in 1969) V8 engine, with a standard three-speed manual transmission. There were 8 (in 1967), 10 (in 1968), and 12 (in 1969) different engines available in 1967-1969 Camaros. There were several optional transmissions. A four-speed manual was available with any engine. The two-speed "Powerglide" automatic transmission was available all three years. The three-speed "Turbo Hydra-Matic 350" automatic became available starting in 1969. The optional automatic for SS396 cars was the Turbo 400 three-speed automatic.