1968 Classic Camaro SS Muscle Car

1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
SubModel: SS
Type: Coupe
Trim: SS
Year: 1968
Mileage: 999,999
VIN: 124378L339017
Color: Midnight Blue Metallic
Fuel: gas
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 2 wheel drive
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: San Angelo, Texas, United States

Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1968

For the vintage muscle car lover - here is a real beauty. Classic 1968 Camaro SS. midnight blue metallic with white racing stripes. black vinyl interior. Has B&W Shifter. electronic ignition. rear traction bars. and dual exhaust that purrs like a kitten. Car is in excellent condition. has been garage kept as long as we've owned it - which is about 10 years. Motor was originally a 350 but was upgraded along the way by a previous owner to a 383 stroker. My huband use to take it to all the area car shows and won several times. I've included a photo of the trophies. We don't know how many total miles are on it. we've put less than 250 miles on it since we've owned it. if that. This was the alternative to my husband's constant begging to get a Harley Davidson - we made a deal that if he's quit nagging me to buy a motorcycle I'd agree to our buying him a muscle car. He'd never driven a motorcycle and finally convinced him that it's not something you take on later in life. He has enjoyed taking the car to local and surrounding cities car shows but he has lost interest in the hobby and I want the parking spot in my garage back. So again we struck a bargain that we'd sell the car so I'd get that space back in my garage and we'd take a vacation to Ireland to celebrate our upcoming 20th wedding anniversary. I'll answer all the questions I can about the car - it's been insured on a classic car policy since we've owned it. driven at least a couple of miles weekly to keep things in shape. and always garaged otherwise - absolutely no rust. Has never been involved in any accidents or had damages - body is clean. clear of blemishes. no dings. adult driven. I've never even been allowed to drive it. We searched far and wide before we found this one - it's the muscle car owner's dream but now it's time to be someone else's prize. We didn't do any of the restoration it was as it is now when we purchased it from a collector from his personal collection of muscle cars and what you see is how we purchased it. And yes. my husband knows I've listed it for sale.