Market Finds: Don't Forget About the Camaro, Especially This One

Don’t Forget About the Camaro, Especially This One

By Petrolicious Productions
July 3, 2014

The car: 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS

Price: $35,000

Location: Yakima, Washington, USA

Original Ad: Click here

This might be a big year for the Ford Mustang because 2014 marks the pony car’s 50th birthday, but that’s no reason to overlook its long-time rival, the Chevrolet Camaro.  This Rally Green 1968 specimen has been restored to reverse the effects of being around for nearly the same length of time. 

“It … has the Rally Sport package with hideaway headlights and the Super Sport package, with the blacked out rear body panel.”  The numbers-matching “Big Block” 396 cubic-inch V8 puts out its 325 horsepower through a three-speed 400 Turbo automatic, a 3.42 rear end and new Radial T/A rubber on 15″x7″ Rally Wheels. 

This 106,000-mile classic also has power steering connected to a rosewood wheel.  Its current owner has receipts for most of the rebuilt and new parts, the latter of which include the “exhaust … , radiator, shroud, fan, water pump, … hoses, fuel lines, fuel tank, brake lines, front brake calipers, starter, headlight vacuum system, … seat covers, carpet, dash pad, door panels and window cranks.”

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Petrolicious makes no claim as to the accuracy of the information contained in the car’s original listing, nor will it be held responsible for any errors in said information. If you’re interested in this car, do your homework and research it extensively before you buy.

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2 years ago

This one was the very famous car of all time and old people remember the driving comfort of this car. This car is a masterpiece for the and the people who have it till now. The price is little high, according to the condition.

Emanuel Costa
Emanuel Costa
9 years ago

Something wrong with the connection to the original ad. Takes me back to the red 1970 Corvette

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