When a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro has been restored to have a new powerful V8, terrific paint, and a like-new interior, you'd expect to pay a ton more. So look at all the deals on this iconic classic, but don't dwell too long or you could miss this outstanding deal.
This one mixes power and sophistication perfectly. After all, the metallic burgundy paint has the striking appeal of red, but with a deeper and more refined tone. It also has a terrifically coordinated black streak, that starts with the grille, runs through the SS stinger stripe, and continues onto the black vinyl roof. The Rally wheels are even mounted on redline tires to keep the red/black theme going. Plus, this one has plenty of Super Sport attitude with the velocity stack hood inserts, a chin spoiler, and traditional ducktail out back. And if you were wondering why you can see all of these great elements so well, it's because this coupe was given a rotisserie restoration in 2014, and it has barely done 130 miles since.
Stepping inside this Camaro will almost feel like a time machine. There are receipts documenting seat covers, gauges, switches, shifter, and brightwork components all during restoration. So you get the great vintage atmosphere, but everything feels as fresh as new. And this one has all your favorite pieces, like the Strato bucket seats, center console with horseshoe shifter, three-spoke sports steering wheel, and bright gauges set deep within the dash. In fact, only if you look closely, you might be able to spot the modern upgrade. The AM/FM stereo look like a factory unit, but it's really a modern digital tuner with an input for modern music players.
You could get a 350 cubic-inch V8 in 1968, but nothing was as wicked as this one. It's a GM Performance crate motor, and it only has about 130 miles on it! More than just a fresh V8, this powerhouse has been enhanced with an Edelbrock 600 CFM four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer EPS intake, Chevrolet Performance aluminum valve covers, and a rumbling dual exhaust. And when they added the new powerplant, they also rebuilt the TH350 three-speed automatic transmission to keep this one at its best. In fact, take some time to look at the undercarriage photos, where the level of cleanliness proves this is a fresh and reliable total package. And because this one has power steering and power brakes, you can easily show off this impressively restored Camaro near or far.
Complete with the owner's manual, build receipts, and restoration photos, you're looking at Camaro that was brought back to new condition. And since it's far more complete than many other higher-priced classics, you know this is a deal that will be going fast. Call today!!!