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1968 Camaro Pro Touring Resto Mod

For sale: 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Hard Top

Technical specifications

Price:
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Condition:
Used
Item location:
Bend, Oregon, United States
Make:
Chevrolet
Model:
Camaro
Trim:
Hard Top
Year:
1968
Mileage:
89,000
VIN:
124378N419584
Engine size:
327
Number of cylinders:
8
Fuel:
Gasoline
Transmission:
Automatic
Drive type:
RWD
Vehicle Title:
Clear

Description

Moser M9 Complete Custom Fabricated Rear End.Wavetrac rear end.Nodular iron case.
Moser 35 Spline Axles.
Complete 3rd member from Moser with nodular iron case and 3.89 gears.
Motul gear oil.
Coated matte/semi gloss graphite gray.
Forgeline GZ3 3 Piece Wheels.
19x12 Rear.
18x9.5 Front.
Satin Black center with Black Pearl outer lip.
Nitto Invo 325/30/ZR19 Rears
Nitto Invo 265/35/ZR18 Fronts
Brand New Tires less than 50 miles on them.
Ridetech Complete Suspension Setup.
Ridetech 4 link rear suspension.
Ridetech HQ coilovers in the rear.
Ridetech billet coilover mounts.
Every mounting bracket is from Ridetech.
Ridetech lower Control Arms (strong arms).
Ridetech upper Control Arms.
Ridetech Muscle Bar.
Ridetech True turn system.
Ridetech 2" drop spindles.
Ridetech HQ coil-overs up front.
Baer Disc Brakes.
T4 complete system up front.
13" 1 piece zinc washed rotors.
2 piece forged 4 piston calipers.
Stainless steel pistons.
Timken bearings packed with Redline synthetic grease.
Stainless braided lines.
SS4+ compete system in the rear.
12" 1 piece zinc washed rotors.
4 piston calipers.
The calipers are silver with red scroll.
The body on this car is extremely, EXTREMELY straight! There was a lot of good craftsmanship done.
The Motor is the ORIGINAL NUMBERS MATCHING 327 Small Block.
Original 2 Speed Powerglide.
The car had been mini tubbed to accommodate the larger rear wheels. It originally was running a 345 series tire.
Has new pro car seats. The rear seat have been fitted to accommodate the larger mini tub which I hear isn't an easy job.
Brand new interior almost all the way around. New dash, carpet, headliner ect..
The interior still has the original gauges and radio. It has a complete mandrel bent 3" exhaust that has Flowmaster Super 44's that dump off at the axle.
I have TENS OF THOUSANDS IN RECEIPTS FOR THIS CAR.
Also the car had a small feature on bangshift.com
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Transmission doesn't seem to catch 100% while making 90 degree turns from a stop/roll.Going straight through the gears is fine. I think this is related to the transmission not putting enough power to the wavetrac rear end. I do NOT think this is an issue with the rear end and the wavetrac systemsince it is brand new and still under warranty. How ever I'm not a mechanic.I still drive the car nearly everyday I can because it isn't that bothersome to me.

Secondlyit has had the original A/C removed and yet tohave a firewall plate installed over it. Also the 1/4" wideScratches are next to each wiper arm and were caused when the wipers slipped from the window and scratched the cowl panel.

I'm selling because I have a new born on the way. I have tinkered around about selling it before but was never to serious or keen on actually getting rid of it since I usedit almostexclusively as a daily driver.

It's a good start on a track or show car. You can either leave it numbers matching or swap an LS and a Tremec. It's an extremely good start and I feel you would be hard pressed to get a car this far done for the price.


I'm here to answer as many questions as I can so please feel free to reach out to me!
Jeffrey
541-771-7575


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