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1968 Chevrolet Camaro on 2040-cars

US $9,300.00
Year:1968 Mileage:8466 Color: Blue /

Davenport, Nebraska, United States

Davenport, Nebraska, United States

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This LeMans Blue 1968 Camaro was originally produced in Van Nuys, California. It has a big block 396 engine bored
out to a 454 with Headman Headers that includes a 750 Holley 4 barrel carburetor with an electric choke, Vintage
Air and a 3-speed automatic 400 Turbo transmission. This rust free car has 308 gears in a 10-bolt rear end that
allows for better mileage down the highway. It also has front disc brakes and rear drums and rolls on adjustable
rear air shocks and BF Goodrich Radial T/A's, P225/60R15's on front and P235/60R15's on back. The car starts
quickly and easily with an Optima battery and newly installed MSD Dynaforce High Performance starter, and runs cool
on a larger core radiator with a chrome overflow tank. It has newer carpet, new interior and engine wiring
harness, functioning gauges and LED lighting. The Clarion CZ302 stereo is compatible with iPod/iPhone, has
Built-In Parrot Bluetooth Handsfree, Audio Streaming, an AUX Jack, USB Connector and is Sirius XM-Ready. It also
has a remote control and a detachable control panel to prevent theft. The audio is incredible through a front
in-dash speaker and two rear dash Massive speakers. The car comes with a full size spare tire, jack, and a
CoverMates Ultima car cover specifically designed for a 68 Camaro.
Much of the restoration work on this car was done at Restore A Muscle Car in Lincoln, Nebraska in the fall of 2013.
Many of the restoration items include: main and rod bearings, rear main seal, harmonic balancer, flywheel,
headers, master overhaul kit, yoke sleeve conversion kit, cam lifter kit, camshaft, valve job, timing chain,
surfaced heads, rocker arms, bushings and push rods, Moroso oil pan and pump, chrome alternator, Vintage air and
ductwork, pumps, pulleys, hoses, belts, cables, spark plug wiring, Optima battery, Holley fuel delivery system,
Holley carburetor, gas tank, fuel line and filter, new wiring harness throughout, front and rear sway bars, fan
clutch, ignition, washer motor and bottle kit, front shocks, re-conditioned rear drums and shoes, axle bearings and
seals, undercoated and painted sub frame, painted engined compartment/engine/interior dash, installed Hush mat,
Clarion stereo and speakers, new emblems, rubber bumpers on fender jambs and doors, and a new trunk seal.

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