1968 Chevrolet Camaro Pro Street

Lutz, FL 33559
United States

1968 Chevrolet
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Category  Classic Cars

If you're looking for a cool cruising Chevy, we can show you something else in our inventory. Instead, this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Pro Street is a fully-built big block machine that can eat up any asphalt from the boulevard to the dragstrip. But this takes the pro street name to heart by also showcasing thoughtful details, a smooth ride, and the overall style you want from one of your favorite classic American sports car icons.

If you're going to have a Camaro that's meant to beat all .....
others, it only makes sense to have it in a color like Competition Yellow. It not only has a cool name, but also it's a sleek and professional application that will make sure they remember you for more than just your rumble. This has the right hints of modern style with the blackout grille, upgraded headlights, and the badging eliminated for a smoother style. Even the seams were filled in for that extra dose of sleekness. But this still keeps the right classic elements, too, like the D80 rear spoiler and beautiful chrome bumpers. Plus, you'll appreciate the quality in the details, like the clean glass, pliable weather-stripping, and the way the doors close with confidence. And while we don't have to tell you it's a mean machine, it's worth noting how awesome the performance upgrades look. The extra-tall cowl hood, extra-wide side exhaust tips, and billet 15-inch wheels with extra-meaty rear tires let people know the restoration was about more than just being bolder and sleeker.

A pro street car will often strip out the interior, but this one shows it can be competition-focused and still have the right comforts. That's why you have nice concessions, like full door panels, a fully trimmed inside with plush carpeting, and a cup holder center console. There's a feeling of an added attention to detail when even the little things work, like the dome light and key buzzer. But you also know this one was made to go fast from the first glance. The rear seat has been sacrificed so that this can add space for the wide rear wheels and a six-point roll bar. Up front are two Procar high-back bucket seats with race-ready bolstering. You also get a Grant GT sports steering wheel on a tilt column, a B&M ratchet shifter, and a dash dominated by your full gauge package.

Under the hood is a true beast. And because everyone will want a look at this motor, they made sure it's always ready to show off thanks to a very tidy style and a ton of polished components. But what you'll really love is all the substance behind the style. This is a full-built big block with a .030 bored over kit for 468 cubic-inches total. It's enhanced with a Thumper cam, Holley 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock Air Gap dual-plane intake, and ceramic-coated long tube headers that feed the rumbling side exhaust. This is supported by the right pieces, like a large aluminum radiator, Spal electric fans, MSD 6AL ignition, a Holley fuel pump, and the fuel cell and Optima battery are both in the trunk for more weight over the rear wheels. The TH350 three-speed is a fully built unit that includes a billet 1350 yoke, 3500stall, and manual valve body to give you proper control over the motor. This feeds into an Eaton Truetrac 9-inch rear end with 31 spline axles and 4.30 radio for powerful and confident take-offs. And speaking of confidence, rear ladder bars w/diagonal link, QA1 adjustable coilovers, and wide Hoosier tires confidently help get all that power to the pavement. Plus, features like the tubular A-arm front end, subframe connectors, and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes make for a solid driver.

This is a fully upgraded powerhouse Camaro that still loves to be a quality classic. So don't miss out on this true pro street Camaro. Call today!!!

4610 PET LN STE 105
Lutz FL 33559
United States
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