1968 Chevrolet Camaro 2 Door Hardtop

Stock #30500
Body Style
4-Speed Manual
cylinders 396 C.I. V8
··· 333724
Not Specified
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This slick, resto-mod, Marina Blue Camaro comes to us from its 3rd owner who purchased it from our Benicia, CA showroom last year. Under the hoodis a period correct 396 motor mated to a 4 speed manual transmission.The paint quality is excellent and the body panels all line up straight leaving this Camaro a completed car that needs nothing.

This is the perfect Camaro for someone who is looking for a weekend cruiser or a good-looking muscle car that they can begin enjoying immediately.Summer is upon us and the exhaust note will be the only tunes you need!

The Chevrolet Camaro was introduced in 1967 as a compact car specifically built to provide competition for the highly popular Ford Mustang. This pony car was built atop of the same F-Body platform as the Pontiac Firebird, which had a similar production lifespan of 1967 through 2002.

During the preproduction stages of the Chevrolet Camaro, General Motors codenamed the vehicle 'Panther'. The name 'Camaro' was decided upon before production began. The word 'Camaro' in French is slang for 'friend' but in pony-car slang, the name means 'Mustang killer'.

Along with muscle car icons such as the Ford Mustang and Pontiac GTO, the Camaro is an equal contributor to that magical era.By its second year, the Camaro was already stealing away some of the pony car market. The same basic body style was used for the 1968 Camaro and it is sometimes hard to spot the differences between a 1967 Camaro and a 1968 Camaro. Upon closer inspection, you will see that the vent windows were deleted and side markers were added (per new federal safety regulations). Rectangular parking lamps replaced the round ones on the grille. Also new for 1968 was a 350 horsepower version of the 396 cubic inch big block V8.

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