1968 Camaro Project

1968 Chevrolet Camaro

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Type: Coupe
Trim: 2 door
Year: 1968
Mileage: 79,000
Color: Blue
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: Rear Wheel
Interior color: Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Santa Rosa, California, United States
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Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1968

Selling my 1968 Camaro. Title is clear and in hand. Original color is LeMans Blue. It has been tubed (NOT back halved). The stock gas tank has been shorted to fit. so its still in the stock location. The rear suspension is ladder bar. The shocks are Konis. The rear-end is a Ford 9" with Detroit Lockers. Not sure of the gearing. Tires are Mickey Thompson Sportsman Pro LT 31 x 18. 5-15 on Centerline wheels. Brand new tires in front on Centerlines as well. Transmission is a Muncie M22 rock crusher. The engine is a 350 (bored to 383) 4-bolt main. tell crank. pink rods. speed pro forged pistons. the cam is a crower with -302 duration intake- 5. 50 lift - solid lifters. Not sure of the bore but most likely what was stated above. The heads are pocket ported GM 882's with 2. 02/1. 60 valves. The intake is a Edelbrock single plane with an Edelbrock 750 carb. The headers are 1 3/4 going into glass packs. The hood is crappy fiberglass. Had drum brakes all-around but just a month ago I put Disk brakes on the front. New battery. Basic 4 point roll cage. Heres the bad:Has been tubbed and is modified. Interior is bare. Needs body work. Has some rust in the trunk but nothing terrible and its a easy fix. Has a lot of pieces that are not assembled yet such as the headlights and the front body panels have not been properly placed yet. The rear panels are kinda nasty so I bough new rear panels (have not been placed). The Thompsons on the rear like to deflate after a few days but do hold air. The carb needs some work. Here is the good:There is barely any rust on the inside of the vehicle with minor rust in the trunk and around the window. Has literally brand new tires on the front. I have a bunch of parts for it. Has a really good battery. Just installed Jeg racing seats that ARE adjustable. "Street legal". Sounds sweet and does turn over. There is a lot about this car that I do not know. I'm a amature car/camaro enthusiast so I can only answer some questions. I really don't want to waste my time or yours so you may want to just come look at it if you are serious. I am not in a hurry to sell this car. nor do I really want to so I won't accept lowball offers or trades for garbage.