If youre in the market for a showroom fresh collector car that you can enjoy on weekends and make a little money on down the road, this 1968 Camaro is exactly what youve been looking for! Take a close look at the pictures of this striking 1968 Camaro and youll find a car which is completely accurate to how it rolled off of GMs Norwood, Ohio assembly line. Its body is straight and clean from any angle, and great care was taken to ensure that its solid, dent-free panels exhibit correct fit and finish. On top of that spectacular body, GM code U LeMans Blue glistens under expertly stenciled Z/28 rally stripes which have been sealed in a thick clearcoat shell and buffed to a brilliant shine. Open the cowl induction hood on this show stopping Camaro and youll find the cars original 3914678 branded 302 V8 which was cast on April (D) 25th (25) of 1968 (8), assembled in Flint, Michigan (V) on April (04) 29th (29) of 1968 as a Chevrolet Z/28 302 (MO) and stamped with a 18N427902 partial VIN. The cars high-winding small block is backed by an original Muncie M21 4-speed close ratio manual transmission. That Muncie, which displays a correct 3925660 casting number, a correct 18N427902 partial VIN and a P8D24 build code that translates as a Muncie (P) that was assembled on April (D) 24th (24) of 1968 (8), spins a correct 12 bolt rear end which spins correct 3.73 gears. Holding that drivetrain off the ground is a high performance suspension which has been completely rebuilt to factory specifications and new 15 inch Chevy Rally wheels which wear correctly-sized E70-15 Goodyear Wide Tread GT bias-ply tires. Nothing beats LeMans Blue, Houndstooth fabric and Ivory vinyl; and this car mixes all three into a striking color combination which looks almost as good as todays high dollar custom cockpits. If youre looking for an investment grade, extremely well done Camaro that is as complete as when it rolled out of the showroom in 1968, this is your car!
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