Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Restomod has a cool custom style, an even cooler A/C interior, and a hot fuel-injected LT1 motor that you control with a six-speed stick. It's a total package that's made to be bolder and better in all the best ways so you can enjoy it to the fullest.
The bold orange has a cool sense of style that instantly announces this one is special. The eliminated badging give it a smooth clean look as does the front bumper delete. You can also see some custom pieces like the aluminum lower inserts, billet-style dark grille, LED turn signal strips, and crystal clear headlights. It also keeps the right period-correct performance pieces, like the super scoop cowl hood, chin spoiler, and full-length rear spoiler. The wheels bring the full package together with American Racing Torq Thrusts which have a history as long as this Camaro, and the 17-inch size means you get to fit better modern tires.
The black interior is premium and stylish against the exterior orange, and so it's easy to share the full package with the world. Modern updates mean modern amenities, like cold-blowing R134a air conditioning (always desirable in a convertible,) and the AM/FM/CD stereo means you can plug in your phone for the most music choices. While comfortable, you really know the heart of this restomod is all about performance. So the seats are borrowed from a later-gen Camaro to give you high-back front buckets with better bolstering. Yours even power adjusts to the ideal driving position. The classic center console now has an upgraded Hurst shifter (look at all those extra gears) and an AutoMeter Sport-Comp quad auxiliary gauge package. And everything from the upgraded sports steering wheel to the AutoMeter speedo and tach gives your senses the tingle of something special in the engine bay. Plus, the AutoMeter Ultra-Lite speedo/tach and flame-etched steering wheel let you know there's something hot under the hood.
There's only about 3,600 miles on this build, and the engine bay does an especially nice job of showing off the freshness. The dark and smooth inner walls go well with the valve covers, fuel rails, and other pieces of this C4-Corvette style 5.7-liter LT1 motor. More than just look great, this includes the features that you want, including the serpentine belt system with polished pulleys, an electric cooling fan, and Optima blue top battery. It's all these well-integrated upgrades that really make this a proper restomod. Electronic fuel injection means this fires up with power and consistency, and the headers mean added power and a nice rumble the dual exhaust. Best of all you have superior control over this big power V8 and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the six-speed manual transmission. And more than just power, this is a confident cruiser with power steering, power brakes, front discs, and the grip of Goodyear Eagle performance tires.
This is the first-gen Camaro drop-top with an extra sharp look and an especially strong heart, so you know this Camaro really hits the mark. So don't let it slip away. Call today!!!
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