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This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS is believed to be a real-deal Z-car, and has the right components to support it. More than just history, you're looking at high quality restoration that makes for a truly distinct way to present one of the most iconic sports cars ever.
We bet you've probably never seen a Camaro quite like this before. There were some nice shades of blue available to you from the factory in '68, but nothing as bold as this. It's a modern Viper Blue with plenty of metallic element so it radiates in the sunshine. This vintage Camaro makes this color all its own with the classic Z/28 racing stripes added on top before the whole package was cleared over. That way the light rolls evenly across the restored body. And this super shine is also a great way to highlight some of your favorite features like the full-width rear spoiler and upgraded cowl induction hood. Even the brightwork is impressive with freshly dipped chrome bumpers, delicate trim lines, and the correct larger 15-inch Rally wheels. And not only is this dressed to be a proper Z/28, but also we know you immediately spotted the iconic hidden headlights of the Rally Sport package.
With white stripes on the outside, it's great to have a white interior to match. The door panels, headliner, and deluxe insignia trim bucket seats all have a feeling of freshness from a proper investment. And while this is a bright white, the carpeting remains black. So you never have to worry about dusting off your shoes before hopping in and going for a drive... exactly what a car like this was built to do. The grippy Chevy sports steering wheel feels terrific in your hands, and it gives you a clear view at all the gauges, including the auxiliary readouts in the center console. Just ahead of that is the Hurst shifter, and that's your gateway to something special under the hood.
There was plenty left in the restoration budget to make the engine bay exceptionally correct. You're looking at a MO-suffix block, which is what you got on a 1968 Z/28 Camaro. Plus, this one is correct from the hoses to the special snowflake intake. It inhales properly through a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with that great Z-car growl out of the dual exhaust. But don't just listen to the sound; follow its path in the undercarriage photos. There you'll see more signs of the restoration with fresh components and a tidy setup. Out on the road, the Muncie M21 close-ratio four-speed manual transmission is the perfect way to control all the power and the thunder this V8 produces. Plus, power steering and the four-piston front disc brakes make this a great race car for the streets.
Nicely invested and uniquely presented, this Camaro takes the best parts of the first-gen and turns it all up a notch. So if you like your classic to be powerful and distinct, don't let this one slip away. Call today!!!
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