1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS Why This Vehicle is Special This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS we have here at Skyway Classics has all the right features that makes it a muscle car from the 454 cubic inch big block Chevy engine, to the aggressive SS hood, stripping and badges, and down to the ground with the Rally Wheels and BFG tires. FEATURES 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS 454 cubic inch big block Chevy engine Chrome Chevrolet Logo Bowtie aluminum valve covers Chrome open element air cleaner Tube headers Performance carb and fuel lines Edelbrock aluminum intake Polished serpentine belt system Performance electronics and spark plug wires Chevrolet orange painted block and heads Oversized aluminum radiator and cooling system Power brakes SS hood, stripping and badges Four-speed chrome shifter with a T-handle Dual exhaust Chevrolet Rally Wheels with the chrome center caps and trim rings BFG raised white letter Radial TA tires Houndstooth black/grey bucket seat interior Factory gauges in the stock dash as well as accessory gauges down under Black padded steering wheel Matching rear seat Black door panels and carpet Pushbutton radio system Chevrolet Bow Tie floor mats Matador Red (per the Trim Tag R code) paint Chrome front and rear bumpers Super Sport hood with the chrome correct hood vents D80 full-width rear spoiler Front chin spoiler D90 black Bumblebee stripe Mechanical One look in the great detailed engine compartment and you will see the upgraded 454 cubic inch big block engine all decked out with chrome Chevrolet Logo Bowtie aluminum valve covers, chrome open element air cleaner, tube headers, performance carb and fuel lines, Edelbrock aluminum intake, polished serpentine belt system, performance electronics and spark plug wires, Chevrolet orange painted block and heads, oversized aluminum radiator and cooling system, power brakes and you know this was built to go fast. This is a powerful big block that also makes for a comfortable and competent all-around driver with the power shifted by the four-speed chrome shifter with a T-handle before being sent to the rear end, with gasses flowing out the dual exhaust and rolling on Chevrolet Rally Wheels with the chrome center caps and trim rings with BFG raised white letter Radial TA tires. Interior The great houndstooth black/grey bucket seat interior is a subtle combination of factory stock and custom finishes. All of the interior lights, knobs, handles, visors, etc. work as they should. It has all the factory gauges in the stock dash as well as accessory gauges down under, black padded steering wheel, matching rear seat, black door panels and carpet, pushbutton radio system, and Chevrolet Bow Tie floor mats. Exterior A big block Chevrolet Camaro is always going to look its best in red. So, its great to find one that not only appears to have been born a Matador Red (per the Trim Tag R code), but it has also been resprayed along the way. It also has nice chrome on the front and rear bumpers and good body lines deliver an attractive total package. But overall, this presentation is a car thats never afraid to hit the road. And we like that kind of attitude because this has a true aggressive style. It has the correct Super Sport hood with the chrome correct hood vents, D80 full-width rear spoiler and front chin spoiler, and distinct D90 black Bumblebee stripe. Conclusion Look through all the detailed pictures on this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS we have here at Skyway Classics, and you will realize it is one stout and good looking Camaros muscle cars. If you have any questions, or if you are looking for more information, please call us at 941-254-6608. Disclaimer Information found on the website is presented as given to us by the owner of the car, whether on consignment or from the owner we bought it from. Some Photos, materials for videos, descriptions and other information are provided by the consignor/seller and is deemed reliable, but Skyway Classics does not warranty or guarantee this information. Skyway Classics is not responsible for information that may incorrect or a publishing error. The decision to purchase should be based solely on the buyers personal inspection of the vehicle or by a professional inspection service prior to offer or purchase being made.