Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro has a very cool style that takes vintage elements and adds in the right flair. And with a 396 big block under the hood, it earns this fame-kissed aggression.
This coupe has an attractive style just from the vintage fundamentals. It's a classic first-gen Camaro presented in a classy shade of Gold. The trim and wraparound chrome bumpers have the bright look of a solid investment, and even the weather-stripping is nice. You'll even spot some classic sporty upgrades that were on these, like the cowl hood, chin spoiler, and rear spoiler. But there's a lot more going on here. The gold paint seems to have a more vibrant finish and a deeper shine from a modern clearcoat application. And those green flames are a sharp-looking custom touch that's the right boldness for a big block coupe like this. Plus, those Foose 18-inch polished wheels mean plenty of modern flair and a way to fit better modern tires.
The trim take tells us that the gold interior is factory-correct, too. This even looks quite original. But they have made some updates along the way, including fresher carpeting. It has a great classic style with factory elements, like the column shifter and pillarless hardtop profile. But this is also a true driver's car. That's why you have the front bucket seats and a grippy sports steering wheel. And these are joined by well-placed upgrades, like the auxiliary readouts in the dash and the tach mounted on the steering column.
The engine bay shows off a terrific upgrade. The smooth inner walls, polished details, and a tidy setup really puts this big block on display. And this 396 cubic-inch V8 was built with the right go-fast goodies. This includes an Edelbrock 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor w/electric choke, Edelbrock dual-plane intake, and an HEI ignition. The mild cam means this one fires up with a great big block tune, and the long tube headers add power while it exhales into the dual exhaust. The three-speed automatic transmission feeds a stout 12-bolt rear end. And the modern ZR-rated tires mean a better grip on the streets.
This is a true classic that has been truly given some of your favorite upgrades. So don't miss this big block Camaro. Call today!!!
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