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1968 Chevrolet Camaro

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$35,000

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1968 Chevrolet Camaro

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1968 Chevrolet Camaro

Winning Bid: $35,000 (USD) by: jmckellar

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Chassis/VIN:

124378N360220

Location:

Dublin, Georgia

Odometer:

97,216 (Mi)

Lot Number:

15643878

Engine:

350ci V8

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

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Winning Bid: $35,000 (USD) by: jmckellar

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

124378N360220

Location:

Dublin, Georgia

Odometer:

97,216 (Mi)

Lot Number:

15643878

Engine:

350ci V8

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

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Vehicle Story

This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro coupe is reportedly an RS/SS model and is powered by a 350ci V8 connected to a 4-speed manual gearbox. Its exterior features include hideaway headlights, fog lamps, front and rear spoilers and side marker lights, hood vents, and Rallye wheels. Inside, it offers bucket front seating divided by a center console, a rear bench, a Pioneer audio head unit, and AutoMeter Pro-Comp auxiliary gauges. Finished in LeMans Blue over a black vinyl interior, this second-year Camaro comes from a dealer with a clear title.

Following its 1967 introductory model year, the 1968 Chevrolet Camaro came to market with a redesigned grille, revised front lighting, front and rear side marker lights, one-piece front windows, and divided taillamps. This particular Camaro comes dressed in LeMans Blue and features a black grille with concealed headlights, rectangular fog lights, black front and body-color rear spoilers, white striping around its nose, two vertical rows of vents on its hood, and reverse lights mounted in its lower rear fascia. Brightwork highlights the grille, wheel arches, rocker panels, side mirror housings, door handles, and rear bumper.

The car rolls on a set of Rallye wheels fitted with BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires.

The cabin is furnished with black carpeting and floor mats, black vinyl front bucket seats, a matching rear bench, and color-coordinated door panels and dashboard. Wood-tone trim is located on the center stack and center console. Features include a Pioneer AM/FM radio with a CD player, manual crank windows, a glove compartment, and a passenger-side grab handle.

Primary instrumentation consists of a 120-mph speedometer, a 7k-rpm tachometer, and a clock. The center console contains white-dialed AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges that provide readouts for the battery voltage, water temperature, fuel level, and oil pressure. The odometer displays a reading of 97K miles.

Under the hood is a naturally aspirated 350ci V8 equipped with an MSD ignition box and Moroso valve covers. It delivers its power to the road through a 4-speed manual gearbox and the rear wheels.

Additional pictures of the car's underbody are in the photo gallery to the right.

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Comments & Questions

January 07, 2022
11:57 AM

BID: $35,000

January 07, 2022
11:57 AM

BID: $31,750

January 07, 2022
09:06 AM

BID: $31,500

January 07, 2022
08:44 AM

BID: $31,000

January 07, 2022
07:04 AM

BID: $30,000

January 07, 2022
06:27 AM

BID: $26,450

January 06, 2022
02:04 PM

BID: $26,200

January 05, 2022
03:24 PM

BID: $25,000

January 05, 2022
07:12 AM

BID: $21,000

January 04, 2022
12:02 PM

BID: $20,000

January 04, 2022
10:54 AM

BID: $16,750

January 03, 2022
12:36 PM
Seller

@KarlKnaak – Nice looking car! The 350 motor a 4 bolt main ? HP ? Muncie trans? 12 bolt rear and ratio? Are they all numbers matching? Le mans blue original code color? Interior original ? I have interest depending on the answers. ...

I don't believe this car is numbers matching. I know according to VIN Tag it was originally Tripoli Turquoise with a White vinyl top. It is a 4 speed Muncie transmission and 12 bolt rear end. The interior decodes as Turquoise custom buckets. I don't have any information about the restoration but the car is a nice quality driver that runs out great and looks just as great.

January 03, 2022
12:07 PM
Seller

@KarlKnaak – I have interst in bidding on your car. I just have a few questions I need anwsered. Is this an original numbers matching car? Motor / Trans / Rear / Color ? ...

No this is not a numbers matching car. It is a very nice restoration of a 1968 but has not been represented as numbers matching

January 03, 2022
11:01 AM

BID: $16,500

January 03, 2022
10:12 AM

I have interst in bidding on your car. I just have a few questions I need anwsered. Is this an original numbers matching car? Motor / Trans / Rear / Color ?

January 03, 2022
12:02 AM

BID: $15,500

January 02, 2022
07:09 AM

BID: $15,250

January 02, 2022
02:07 AM

BID: $15,000

January 01, 2022
05:19 PM

BID: $13,500

December 31, 2021
08:15 PM
Bidder

Is the car Numbers Matching?

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