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1968 Chevrolet Camaro Ss Rs on 2040-cars

US $24,400.00
Year:1968 Mileage:400 Color: Black /

University Place, Washington, United States

University Place, Washington, United States

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1968 Camaro SS/RS 396 Camaro 350 HP. Full restoration finished in 2016.

Body/Paint: The body is very straight. Body panels replaced with aftermarket components were fenders, quarters, header panel and valance, trunk pan, hood, trunk lid, inner fenders front and back. Floor pans are solid and original to the car. The paint is DuPont Tuxedo black base/clear. Quality job replacing metal with proper mock up. Multiple coats of primer blocked in between each coat. 3 coats of black with 5 coats of clear. Wet sanded and buffed to a high gloss. The body and paint is beautiful with great fit/finish and shows nicely.

Interior: The interior is completely restored. After market stereo radio with single dash speaker, no CD or blue tooth. Original seat belts. Console gauges with tilt, tick tock tach and original woodgrain steering wheel in excellent condition. No power steering.

Running Gear: 396/350 horse rebuilt with vintage Weiand high rise aluminum intake manifold with original Holley 780 cfm car restored. Engine was rebuilt with 10 to 1 compression with roller tips and a little more cam than stock. Original rebuilt distributor with points. Deep groove pulleys with stock water and fuel pumps. New aftermarket Harrison 4 core HD radiator. The transmission is a 68 Muncie M20 wide radio rebuilt with Muncie shifter linkage and shifter. Rear end is a 12 bolt original to the car rebuilt with 355 gears with posi.

Suspension: Front clip blasted and painted. Very nice condition and very smooth. All front suspension is restored using Moog parts. Nice and tight with restored steering box. Stock front sway bar. Rear springs are 4 leaf. Spiral aftermarket GM style shocks.

Bright work: All bright work is new or restored and in very nice condition.

Glass: Tinted with front and back glass replaced and original side glass in really nice condition.

Exhaust: Stock manifolds, 2.5 inch pipe with aftermarket transverse muffler. Sounds awesome.

Brakes: Stock power front disc brakes and drum rear restored.

Wheels/Tires: New aftermarket 14 inch steel rally wheels with new rings and caps. New Firestone F70 14 redline bias tires.

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