This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro has a cool classic style that gives it some added V8 power and added flair.
The factory correct Matador Red paint always look timeless on a first-generation Camaro. It was refreshed later in life to make sure it retains a good shine. And there’s an overall quality feel with good gaps, straight panels, and doors open and close with little effort. This goes for some Super Sport style with the front chin spoiler, blackout grille, SS badging, and full-width rear spoiler. Plus, there are more upgrades, like the super scoop cowl hood and Z/28-style 15-inch Rally wheels. And we not only like the 1968-correct D90 sports stripe, but it also coordinates with the white vinyl top to give this Camaro that all-American appeal of a Coca-Cola bottle.
The car’s factory full red package continues inside. It’s quite a bold setup that that looks especially vibrant on the door panels and carpeting. And we love that they kept the red upholstery but upgraded to a comfy cloth later in life. Plus, bucket seats up front, a center console in-between, and a horseshoe shifter are what you want in a performance Camaro.
The engine bay has a clean look, and it includes a bright presentation with the bold Chevy orange block, polished Edelbrock valve covers, and air grabber with callout. This 350 cubic-inch small block makes plenty of power thanks to a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and long tube headers that add muscle as they also contribute to the rumble out of the dual exhaust. This V8 fires up with the kind of gusto you want in a driver-ready package. It also comes with a three-speed automatic transmission, modern Firestone tires, and even provisions to add power steering. So this one wants to hit the road.
The distinct look of this coupe already has you hooked. The V8 power and cruiser components has you ready to drive.
Location: Mesa, Arizona, United States
Price: $28,995 <- check here if it's still available
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Originally listed on February 3, 2021. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.