With a well-coordinated paint package, an upgraded A/C interior, and plenty of power from the performance-built V8, this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS tribute seems to do everything well – including the price.
First-generation Camaros are always iconic, but you can instantly tell there is something extra special going on with this one. The 1968-correct Matador Red is a more recent application, so you get a nice added gloss and shine. Plus, it has a terrifically coordinated dark side with the blacked-out grille, D90 stinger stripe, and premium black vinyl roof. It also doesn't miss out on the classic brightwork with wraparound chrome bumpers, full rocker trim, and correct velocity stack trim on the SS-style hood. And the ideas of aggressive darkness and cool shine come together perfectly on the bold set of Coys black chrome wheels.
We love it when the color of the vinyl roof is also a preview of the interior color. It's just a nice sign of a thoughtful build. And the condition of the bucket seats, door panels, carpeting, dash, and headliner all tell you there has been a nice investment here. The radio has a retro appearance, but it's really a digital tuner with Bluetooth capabilities and connects to a 300-watt stereo system. Plus, it has been upgraded to be a true cool cruiser with modern R134a air conditioning. But while all that will keep you passengers happy, the best treats are reserved just for you. The leather-wrapped sports steering wheel, auxiliary gauge trio, and Hurst Comp 2 shifter all let your senses know there's something special under the hood even before you twist the key and hear it roar.
The engine bay continues the black and red tradition of this car of this car with the painted inner walls, air topper, plug wires, and more. But as you dig deeper into this tidy setup, you'll also discover some very nice performance upgrades. This 350 cubic-inch V8 has been rebuilt with a mild cam, and then it was given go-fast goodies like a Holley Street Avenger 670 CFM four-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, and MSD distributor. Plus, headers add even more power as they also contribute to the rumble of the MagnaFlow dual exhaust. This feeds a TH350 three-speed automatic transmission with a shift kit to keep you in the optimal powerband. Plus, keeping you confident on the road are suspension upgrades like QA1 performance shocks, Detroit Speed front sway bar, and Street Bandit drilled and slotted front disc brakes. And more than just a pure performance machine, this has been upgraded to be a great all-around cruiser, too. That's why you have everything from power steering, to a large aluminum radiator to help keep this one running cool even if you're in traffic with the A/C pumping.
This SS tribute has been built with the driver in mind. And so you usually expect to pay a ton more for complete and thoughtful builds like this. Don't miss out on this total package icon. Call today!!!