1968 Camaro 383 CI stroker V-8 engine 700R4 automatic transmission 4.10 Gears New radiator Quickfuel 4-barrel carburetor MSD ignition New headers Power steering Power brakes with front discs Finished in Maroon with Black nose stripe Custom Tan interior Bucket seats and center console Air conditioning Rear tubs Tinted glass Custom Pioneer stereo B&M shifter Coys18x6 front and 20x15 rear custom wheels Sporting a dramatic stance and large 18x16 and 18x15 Coys wheels, this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro takes customization to the extreme. The 383 CI stroker V-8 has exceptional power advantages with a Quickfuel 4-barrel carburetor, new headers and an MSD ignition system among its components. Well dressed, black, crinkle finish Chevrolet-branded valve covers, red radiator hoses and a tasteful amount of polished elements give this Camaro a striking advantage in many arenas. A new radiator keeps it all cool, and a 700R4 automatic transmission is controlled by a B&M shifter, channeling power to the massive rear tires. Making it more civil to drive, the car is equipped with power steering and power brakes with front discs. The body is finished in maroon with a black nose stripe and a rear spoiler. A straight-bar grille covers the front end, and the hood is fitted with louvers. The tan interior is customized with bucket seats upholstered in cloth and vinyl, a center console, white-faced gauges and more. Passengers will enjoy the custom Pioneer stereo system and air conditioning, while the tinted glass adds a degree of privacy, adds to the cool demeanor of the car and helps keep the interior shaded and cool from the sun. The Camaro has long been a stupendous performance car with a little something for everyone and every budget. Introduced in late 1966 for the 1967 model year, the Camaro was developed in record time and debuted as both a coupe and a convertible. Chevrolet was quick to offer performance options to appeal to the enormous youth market commanding a large portion of sales at the time, and it worked very well. It wasn’t long before Camaro was involved in various forms of racing, further building on its performance credits.
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