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This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro is a proper RS and SS tribute that's finished in a well-done full color combo. And as you dig deeper, you're also going to find more desirable features, including four-on-the-floor and an upgraded four-wheel disc brake package. So when you're looking for a stunner and a driver, we bet this one is where you want to be.
The silver is part of an investment in this car later in life, and so it has a nice look of a modern application and even a hint of metallic. It only gets better when the chrome bumpers are done so well that they rival the paint for shine. The glossy paint also highlights the very tidy bodylines of this drop-top. Black always looks terrific against silver, and so it's great to have upgrades like the Rally Sport's hidden headlight front end, and the bumblebee stripe and deep chin spoiler of the Super Sport. Plus, the black folding roof adds to the total package almost like a subtle two-tone. Add in sporty details like the velocity stack hood trim, Rally wheels, and D80 rear spoiler, and the whole package reminds you why we love a well-done sporty Camaro.
Of course, a convertible is at its best when it's open to the world. And with the flip of a switch the top powers down to reveal an all-black interior. So it offers a well-coordinated color combo with the roof on or off. This one was built to be the kind of classic you can drive on a whim. That's why it gives you the right driver-oriented features, like front bucket seats with a headrest, upgraded sport steering wheel, and a Hurst shifter. There's even an Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input so you can get the best in modern driving music.
While the side callouts say 327, you actually have a larger 350 cubic-inch V8 powering this Camaro. It still keeps that classic look with a bold orange block, matching valve coves, and a smooth black air topper with callout. The V8 fires up nicely, and it truly was meant for driving. That's why you have nice features like an upgraded aluminum radiator, and the rear end is geared to be an easy highway cruiser. The four-speed manual transmission gives you firm control in all situations. And speaking of control, this one feels solid out on the road with power steering and upgraded four-wheel disc brakes.
This Camaro has a cool RS/SS look, and it's been built to make it easy to show it off everywhere. So if you're looking for a drop-top driver that gets the right kind of attention, call today!
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