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1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS 4-Speed

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$55,000

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1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS 4-Speed

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1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS 4-Speed

Highest Bid: $55,000 (USD) by: MackSmith

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Chassis/VIN:

124378L303368

Location:

Coquitlam, British Columbia

Odometer:

38,620 (Mi)

Lot Number:

7171724

Engine:

350ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

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TITLE/VIN CHECK  

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Highest Bid: $55,000 (USD) by: MackSmith

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

124378L303368

Location:

Coquitlam, British Columbia

Odometer:

38,620 (Mi)

Lot Number:

7171724

Engine:

350ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

If a bid is placed within the last two minutes of an auction, an additional two minutes is added to ensure all bidders have a fair chance to bid. Bid carefully. The highest winning bidder will enter into a legally binding purchase contract.

Vehicle Story

This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS has traveled 38,620 original miles and was the recipient of a recent frame-off restoration. Powered by a numbers-matching 350ci V8 paired with a 4-speed manual transmission, it received OEM replacement quarter panels and a rebuilt drivetrain as part of the refurbishment, and features interior amenities such as air conditioning and woodgrain trim. Finished in Matador Red with a black stripe over a black vinyl interior, this Camaro is now offered with its original Protect-O-Plate and British Columbia registration in the seller’s name.

This Camaro was professionally resprayed in Matador Red as part of the frame-off restoration process and and has a black accent stripe around the front clip. The car originated from California before being imported to British Columbia and restored, a process which included the installation of replacement quarter panels. Exterior features include an aerodynamic front spoiler, hidden headlamps, a vented hood, and chrome trim for the bumpers, rockers, and other accents.

Factory 14” rally wheels with bright trim rings and center caps are wrapped in newer redline tires. Stopping power comes courtesy of front disc brakes.

The interior is fitted with black vinyl bucket front seats and a folding rear seat, with matching dash, door panels, and carpeting. The instrument panel is accented in woodgrain trim, and there are supplementary gauges in the center console along with a Hurst shifter. Factory air conditioning was among original equipment.

Instrumentation sits behind a factory three-spoke wood-rimmed steering wheel and includes a 120-mph speedometer and a fuel gauge, with additional gauges being located on the lower portion of the center stack. The five-digit mechanical odometer displays 38,620 miles, which are asserted to be original.

The numbers-matching 350ci V8 was professionally rebuilt as part of the restoration. Power is transferred to the 12-bolt posi-traction rear end via a Muncie 4-speed manual transmission operated by a Hurst shifter.

Additional photos showing the underside are available in the gallery.

The sale includes a Protect-O-Plate in the original owner's name, restoration photos, and an owner's manual.

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Comments & Questions

May 17, 2021
03:52 PM
Seller

@buck01 – What challenges are there (protocol, customs, fees, etc.) to transfer and title this car back to the US, particularly AZ? ...

not sure on your end how it would work but on my end bringing a vehicle in is pretty simple

May 17, 2021
03:48 PM
Seller

the engine was rebuilt to factory specifications so it should be any were around 295 to 300 HP

May 17, 2021
02:29 PM
Bidder

What is the current HP rating for the rebuilt 350 V8?

May 17, 2021
02:06 PM
Bidder

What challenges are there (protocol, customs, fees, etc.) to transfer and title this car back to the US, particularly AZ?

May 17, 2021
08:53 AM

@DVH – how does one get into British Columbia from the United States to pickup the car with the Canadian Covid travel Restrictions? ...

The travel restrictions don't affect transport trucks, check out TFX

May 16, 2021
08:01 PM
Seller

Well with the restrictions in place we would have to use a car transport company.

May 16, 2021
07:26 AM
DVH

how does one get into British Columbia from the United States to pickup the car with the Canadian Covid travel Restrictions?

May 13, 2021
11:42 AM
Seller

@Rich17 – Any idea what an aproximate transport cost would be to Lincoln Nebraska 68522? ...

It would cost approximately 1.900 dollars in an open trailer and $3000 in an enclosed trailer

May 12, 2021
12:04 PM

Any idea what an aproximate transport cost would be to Lincoln Nebraska 68522?

May 11, 2021
08:27 PM
Seller

@Deeluxe – My friend has a car so similar to this that he probably wouldn’t appreciate me if I showed up with this purrrfect one. The only nit that jumps out is the stance, particularly in back. It maybe an OEM look, but the rear tire seems asymmetrically placed in the wheel opening. And she’s definitely dancing on her tippy toes, which was popular in those days, I believe—unlike the 50’s when my mom put sand bags in the her Crown Vic trunk to raise the nose. This car is awfully suhweet. ...

Thanks for the compliments on the car! And yes OEM springs.

May 11, 2021
08:24 PM
Seller

@RickJ – WOW, WOW, WOW!!! I can't remember when I've seen such a gorgeous example of an original presentation. This Camaro looks better than new. There's no way I'd be cruisin' in a beauty like that. It IS a museum piece. Congratulations to you, NPBLUE51, for such a great looking ride. And good luck with the bidding. If I could, I would. RickJ ...

I appreciate the comments on the car !!

May 11, 2021
07:29 PM

My friend has a car so similar to this that he probably wouldn’t appreciate me if I showed up with this purrrfect one. The only nit that jumps out is the stance, particularly in back. It maybe an OEM look, but the rear tire seems asymmetrically placed in the wheel opening. And she’s definitely dancing on her tippy toes, which was popular in those days, I believe—unlike the 50’s when my mom put sand bags in the her Crown Vic trunk to raise the nose. This car is awfully suhweet.

May 11, 2021
04:26 PM

WOW, WOW, WOW!!! I can't remember when I've seen such a gorgeous example of an original presentation. This Camaro looks better than new. There's no way I'd be cruisin' in a beauty like that. It IS a museum piece. Congratulations to you, NPBLUE51, for such a great looking ride. And good luck with the bidding. If I could, I would. RickJ

May 11, 2021
11:38 AM
Seller

@Deeluxe – So nice that about all I could do with it is trailer it to shows snd back. Spec’d perfectly for a small block car with 4 speed and AC, folding rear seat, tick tock tach, etc. Is there documentation to show the odometer hasn’t flipped over? Glwta! ...

Yes I have bill of sale with miles documented

May 11, 2021
11:24 AM
Seller

@Deeluxe – So nice that about all I could do with it is trailer it to shows snd back. Spec’d perfectly for a small block car with 4 speed and AC, folding rear seat, tick tock tach, etc. Is there documentation to show the odometer hasn’t flipped over? Glwta! ...

Yes I have bill of sale with miles document

May 11, 2021
08:14 AM

So nice that about all I could do with it is trailer it to shows snd back. Spec’d perfectly for a small block car with 4 speed and AC, folding rear seat, tick tock tach, etc. Is there documentation to show the odometer hasn’t flipped over? Glwta!

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