This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS 454 tribute has a well-coordinated color combo, nice upgrades, an A/C interior, and the unmistakable appeal of big block power under the hood. So dig into the details on an iconic coupe with a big rumble cruiser attitude you'll love.
We love a red-blooded American classic presented in a bold red color. In fact, the trim tag even tells us the Matador Red is the factory-correct hue. It was resprayed later in life to have a nice gloss while also never getting .....
too serious to keep you from driving it on a whim. And that's the full theme of this Camaro... It wants to be your Saturday night cruiser every weekend. Good lines, uniform body gaps, and an attractive shine to the chrome mean it looks impressive when approaching your favorite classic car hangouts. It also has the best SS upgrades of the first-gen Camaro like the cowl hood, dual exhaust, and D80 rear spoiler. Plus, there's a nice touch of darkness with the chin spoiler, SS grille, and correct-style D90 Super Sport stripe. In fact, the largest upgrade you'll notice is the set of American Racing Torq Thrust wheels. They are the kind of vintage design that you could have added in 1968, but the modern 18-inch size means better tires and more space for those polished alloys to shine.
The black accents of the exterior also get you ready for the black interior. The seats, carpeting, doors, and other fundamentals show well for an attractive driver. Part of the useful attitude means giving you the right classic Camaro features like bucket seats, a center console in-between, and the horseshoe shifter. Plus, the classic sports steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column for added comfort. They even added crisp white-faced auxiliary readouts. And the cold-blowing Vintage Air air conditioning means you can stay cool even when you roll down all the windows on this coupe and listen to the big block rumble
The engine bay has a clean look that puts the 454 cubic-inch V8 on full display. It includes a bright presentation with the polished valve covers, alternator, air grabber, and more. There are good engine upgrades like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock RPM aluminum intake, and headers that feed the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. You'll also spot good supporting components like an HEI distributor and an aluminum radiator. The full setup likes to warm up to be a fun cruiser, and you just know the right fundamentals are there if you want to start to unleash big power from the big block. And no matter how you choose to motor, features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes make for a good driver.
You're looking at a first-gen Camaro with a ton of fun in an iconic package. So don't miss out, call today!