1968 camaro 327
- Location: Corpus Christi, Texas, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Camaro
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: hard top
- Year: 1968
- Mileage: 46,300
- Color: Blue
- Engine size: 327
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear
1968 Chevrolet Camaro description
This is my very 1st dream car, since I saw it in am movie as a kid. Now after owning it for 4 or 5 yrs I'm ready to move on and get another one. this car is very nice. it was restored by previous owner. lots of documents and receipts go with the car. including original owners manual and some pamphlets from the dealer when bought. it has been kept true to original with original engine and tranny. some minor engine work was done by previous owner including a mild cam and some other engine internals boosting this factory 327 rated at 275hp up to around 315hp with a dyno sheet to show the power curve done in 2009 I believe. since I have had the car I've made some minor changes to make it sound a little better and more friendly a daily driver. so I've dressed up the engine a little bit to make it shine and show better, magna flow 3inch exhaust with headers, just changed the starter a few weeks ago. new battery, alternator with all new wiring and hoses run. this car was done right complete frame off restoration. I always keep it in my garage and never drive in the rain. no rust and great car to keep its value. I changed the intake to e.b. and carb to holly double pump 650. I do have the original intake stamped and the exhaust manifolds. my only problem with this car is how nice it is...I literally cant drive it anywhere and leave it. I'm active duty military and I can't afford to have a toy like this.
the only thing change about this car really is the interior paint was originally blue and now its black which looks a lot better to me. but the exterior la mans blue is the original paint code for this car. and it has painted about 8 yrs ago but still looks amazing. I've taken off all the ss emblems and markings since I know its not one. and made it look as true to factory as possible. it does still have the ss hood but I couldn't afford buying another hood. it does have lap belts in the front and rear. keep in mind when I say original I mean ORIGINAL....its has original drum brakes...no power steering...it drives just like it did back in the day...to me its fun. this car did come with a.c. from the factory but doesn't have a.c. right now. I never had the time or money to put a kit in the car.
oh and it has good suspension true to original and has a great stance, it doesn't squeak or make any annoying noises when going over bumps.
the price is very fair and this car will never lose its value if kept in its current condition, so please don't insult me with a low ball offer of like 15k.
any questions or if your really serious about buying...I'm really serious about selling...call me and if any of you are close enough to come see the car in person, I have no doubt you will be sold with in a few min of seeing it. I also have no problem starting it cold in front of you and taking you for a spin.
on a side note: about 2 yrs ago I put my car in a show that had an auction run and my car high bid was 25.5k, and I did it just for fun to see what my car would bring, but at that time I didn't wanna sell her so I set the reserve so high I knew it wouldn't sell. and since then I've done some small things to it that I believe make it a very dependable daily driver if so desired. there is another auction in sept and if I can't get a solid offer I will be putting it back in this auction/show.
Lorenzo 210-910-8191 If you wish to see a video of me starting the car cold, its on youtube under : cold start 1968 Camaro 327