1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
SubModel: SS
Type: Coupe
Doors: 2
Year: 1968
Mileage: 19,430
Color: Blue
Engine: 350 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only
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Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1968

We like Camaros. A lot. And the very best ones are those that aren't trying too hard. Take this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS hardtop, for example. The clean Grotto Blue paint with white stripes has a classic look that lets the details do the talking and uses a stout small block for power. Nothing ostentatious or complicated, just a sleek F-body with a ton of charisma.For a lot of Camaro fans, the 1968 cars remain the pinnacle of the breed. Sleek and simple, it refined the original look without changing anything major. Covered in correct code D Grotto Blue paint, it looks unassuming, but when you look closer and see the cowl induction hood and white Z/28 stripes running down its length, you realize that this isn't your average grocery-getter. The body is nicely finished, and someone spent some long hours on it, because it's super straight and super shiny. It's got some signs of use and age, but the look is undeniable. With a ducktail out back for balance, it has a subtle high-performance look that works extremely well. The simple 2-element taillights and bold SS gas cap stand out, and are joined by bright wheel arch moldings to add a little detail. Chrome bumpers always look great against blue paint, and the car has been fitted with correct 'SS' and '350' badges as needed.Original-style upholstery is always a slam-dunk in early Camaros, and the low-back buckets have a smooth, sleek look that blurs the line between stock and custom. The upholstery is recent and looks fantastic, and works with fresh carpets and original-style door panels to make a very inviting passenger compartment. A four-spoke steering wheel looks exactly right with the simple black upholstery and telegraphs the front wheels' activities directly to your palms (this is a power steering car, so it definitely helps). Factory gauges are augmented with a trio of accessory gauges at the bottom of the center stack and nothing shifts automatic transmissions better than GM's horseshoe shifter. An AM/FM/cassette stereo fits neatly in the center of the dash almost like it was born there and powers speakers on the rear package shelf. The back seat looks almost new and the trunk is extremely clean and appears to be original sheetmetal.There's a stout 350 cubic inch small block V8 under the hood, built to be powerful yet reliable. It's not a numbers-matching piece, so they were free to dress it up with an Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold and chrome air cleaner and valve covers without hurting its value. The Chevy Orange block underneath glows brightly, but the rest of the engine bay is pretty much the way it would have been back in '68. Long-tube headers feed a Flowmaster exhaust system, so it has that small block cackle that you've loved for years, and the TH350 3-speed automatic transmission shifts so quickly that you'll forget all about using a clutch. The chassis is tidy and isn't hiding anything, and with a 10-bolt rear end, you know you're not in danger of breaking anything on the street. Classic Torque Thrust wheels fill the fender arches and carry 205/60/15 front and 245/50/16 rear performance radials.It's easy to like this car for a lot of reasons: clean, fast, and comfortable. For a car that keeps a low profile, it's awfully hard to resist. Call today!