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1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute Convertible

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
SubModel: SS Tribute Convertible
Type: Convertible
Trim: SS Tribute Convertible
Year: 1968
Mileage: 77005
VIN: 123678N469842
Color: White
Engine: 350 V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1968

This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute convertible is muscle-car fun done right. A very impressive build in almost every possible way, it's beautiful to look at and with the right modifications, it's downright amazing to drive. It may look like one of those classic cars that should only be gazed upon, but with all that serious hardware under its skin, you're going to have a hard time staying out of the driver's seat.

Repainted back to its correct colors and to a nice driver-quality grade, this dialed-in Camaro arguably looks better in person than it does in its photos (especially when it's out in the sun), and that's no small achievement. Paint this glossy doesn't happen by accident, so lots of man of hours were spent sanding, smoothing, and aligning the panels before even a drop went on. The color itself is pretty much dead-on to the factory's Ermine White (although it may be a touch brighter) and it has a great contrast in the form of a black 'bumble-bee' SS stripe around the nose, along with hand-painted pinstripes on the top creases of its profile. Instead of over-dressing the car, it instead keeps a factory-correct SS hood with chrome inserts and a ducktail spoiler and lets the clean workmanship speak for itself. At this point, it doesn't really matter whether it is an original SS, but SS badges have been installed in all the usual spots, along with a blacked-out SS grille that perfectly complements the white-and-black color combination on this droptop. Beautiful chrome bumpers highlight the white paint and all the stainless was either polished or replaced when the car went back together, because it shines super bright as well.

If you're building a Camaro, you really can't go wrong with Deluxe black vinyl upholstery, and in this convertible, the black seat covers are a welcome match to the black convertible top and stripe set. Virtually everything inside this car is restored or replaced, including the seat covers, carpets, Deluxe door panels, and a gorgeous 3-spoke steering wheel that highlights the white paint. The dash was finished to match the condition of the rest of the interior, and it's further accented with woodgrain appliques in the center and middle console. Right now, you should also know about the 4-speed automatic transmission managed by the horseshoe shifter, the white-face SS console gauges, and the original AM radio that's inside the dash and actually still works. The black convertible top is real nice too and fits so well that it feels wrong to put it down and wrinkle it, but don't worry, the car also comes with a boot cover to keep things tidy when it is down. The back seat barely looks used, and the correct large-loop black carpet is in great shape as well, tying the whole cabin in nicely. The trunk is neatly finished with a correct plaid mat, and it houses a full-size spare just in case you ever need it.

For power, there's a fairly fresh 350 cubic inch V8 that was swapped in favor of this car's original six-cylinder, and it features a QuickFuel Double Pumper 4-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer intake, and an upgraded cam that gives it an awesome idle, nice lope, and plenty of mid-range punch. But perhaps more significant than the engine's spec list is the slick look of the engine bay itself, which was carefully disassembled and each component was painted or polished, right down to the red plug wires. Plenty of billet aluminum and chrome adds some sparkle and the overall look is modern and clean, thanks in large part to the finned valve covers and bright air cleaner. Thermo-wrapped long-tube headers feed a custom dual exhaust system and give it a great sound and the undercarriage is solid and presentable as well. Power steering, power front disc brakes, and R134a A/C are great options in any classic car, and the 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission makes driving that much more pleasurable when you know you have overdrive. Factory-style GM Rally wheels have a traditional look and wear modern 225/60/15 white-letter BFGoodrich T/A performance radials.

Nicely restored and ready to rock, this turn-key droptop represents a lot of value for the hobby. Call us soon, because this good looker won't last long. Call today!