Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro is a well-priced classic that also offers some nice extra on the interior, exterior, and under the hood. So dig into the details on this iconic coupe.
The Camaro is an icon of power, so it's always nice to find one with a factory-correct shade of aggressive Matador Red. The value price on this coupe also leaves room in the budget if you really want to make it pop. Plus, this one has been upgraded with some attractive Super Sport style with the front spoiler, blacked-out SS grille, SS badging, and color-matched D80 rear spoiler. And of course, there's the cool SS hood with faux vertical stacks that give it a racecar look. Add in nice details like an upgraded set of 15-inch Rally wheels and a nice shine on the wraparound chrome bumpers, and you can understand why these first-gen Camaros always are in demand.
The red continues inside, and since this is the factory-correct color, this one was born a full red-blooded American classic. It has some nice features, like a center console, deluxe door panels, and bucket seats. In fact, if you look at the seats carefully, you'll see that they have been upgraded with a comfy velour insert while still keeping the classic premium trim style. And because this was built to be a driver's classic, features like the three-spoke sports steering wheel are now joined by nice upgrades like the auxiliary readouts under the dash and a tach conveniently mounted on the steering column.
The dark engine bay has a nice bright motor in the middle with its bold block color, polished valve covers, and matching air topper. This is Chevy's mighty 350 cubic-inch V8, and it show the right signs of good maintenance, including a newer alternator, battery, fuel pump, plug wires, and more. Plus, it inhales deeper with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales freely as long tube headers that feed the newer dual exhaust. It makes for a strong powerhouse that's nice for driving. And rounding out this easy cruising package is an automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up front.
This is an all-around solid coupe with some interesting extras. So to offer a classic like this at a budget price means it's the kind of deal that you'll want to hurry up and grab. Call today!!!
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