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During the mid-1960’s in response to Ford’s (Mustang) and Plymouth’s (Barracuda) domination of the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Trans Am racing circuit, GM’s Chevrolet Division assigned the task of developing a “pony car” of its own to then Product Promotion Manager Vince Piggins.  Since SCCA rules did not allow anything larger than 305 cubic inch engine displacement, Piggins convinced Chevrolet management to install the crankshaft from its existing 283 V-8 into a 4-inch bored 327 creating a 302.3 cubic inch engine specifically for this purpose.  Thus, in the early fall of 1966 when the all new Camaro for 1967 was introduced it could also be had with the Z-28 performance package option.  GM then had its entry vehicle for Trans Am racing PLUS a hot new performance car available for retail sale in the Chevy Dealer showroom and the rest is history!

The following year (1968) the “Z28” option package remained available and its acceptance widened considerably for this limited production vehicle equipped with the 302 V-8 rated at 290 horsepower bolted to a 4-speed transmission. That year Chevy Dealers delivered well over 10 times the number of these hot performance Camaros over the previous model year’s sales!!!

What you see here is one of the finest 1968 Z-28 Camaros in existence!  It has its numbers-matching 302 V-8 and 4-speed transmission in what was then one of the more desirable exterior color and interior trim combinations available at that time, complete with additional options shown below and enough photos to display one rare Camaro Z-28 that rides, drives and PERFORMS just as it did back in ’68!!!

Vehicle facts and equipment:

1 of 7,199 Z28s built in 1968 

Recent nut and bolt rotisserie restoration to concours levels

Extreme laser-straight body panels throughout

Numbers matching engine and transmission (see engine pad and trans. case photos)

Factory colors LeMans Blue with Blue interior and white stereo stripes

Power front disc brakes

Muncie 4-speed transmission

Polyglas Goodyear Raised-White-Letter tires

3 piece rally wheels

Soft-Ray tinted windshield

Front lower and rear deck spoilers

Custom deluxe (interior trim color matching) seat and shoulder belts

Factory optioned AM radio

Under 50,000 actual miles

Sport styled steering wheel

Distinctive bright pedal trim

Oil pressure, Voltage and Temperature gage cluster 

Outside right and left side-view mirrors

Bright roof drip and lower body side moldings

Bright upper door and quarter panel belt-reveal and wheel opening moldings 

Rear bumper guards

Original owner's manual 

Multi-page documented photo catalogue of restoration

"Body by Fisher" cowl tag facts (i.e., as shown on photo)*:

Build date: “05C” denotes 3rd week of May production

Year: 1968 as shown in “68” numeral designation

Plant: Norwood, Ohio as shown in “NOR” designation

Body Style: “12437” the body code for a “Camaro Sport Coupe with V-8 engine”

Color: “UU” for LeMans Blue body and roof color

Interior: “717” for blue standard interior (bucket seats)

Additional facts and documentation*:

Engine block stamping facts:

 (1) “18N434684”

 GM Division: “1” for Chevrolet

 Year: 1968 as shown in “8” numeral designation

 Production plant: Norwood, Ohio as shown in the “N” designation

 Last 6 digits of VIN: “434684” as shown

 (2) “VO510MO”

 Engine plant: Flint, Michigan as shown in the “V” designation

 Engine production month: May as shown in the “05” designation

 Engine production day: 10th day of May as shown in the “0510” designation

 Additional Engine stamp suffix: “MO” designating “vehicle without air conditioning”

 Transmission case stamping facts:

 (1) “3925660”: GM part number for a 1968 trans. case

 (2) “P8E08”: “P” is for Muncie transmission, “8” is for 1968 year, “E08” is for the 8th day of the May production month

 *Reference source: "The Definitive 1967-1968 Camaro Z-28 Fact Book" by Jerry MacNeish (ISBN 0-9626399-07)




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Vehicle Specifications

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  • Category
    Muscle & Pony Cars
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  • Mileage
    48,913 miles
  • Engine
  • Drivetrain
  • Transmission
    4 Speed Manual
  • Exterior Color
  • Custom Color

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