Premium, vintage, upgraded, and powerful... this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro makes all the right first impressions. So with it's the midnight stalker appearance, custom interior, and performance-built V8, this coupe has you in love/lust at first sight.
If cars were actors, there would be no doubt that this one could play a super villain in every movie. The shiny jet black paint looks like it's out to consume all of the light around it. Plus, the hidden Rally Sport gives this the appearance like it want to inhale the road ahead. The mean attitude continues on the front air dam, rear spoiler, and the massive power bulge in the steel hood. Even the upgraded Ridler wheels are part of this blackout package. This deep darkness is only broken up by shining brightwork on the thin bumpers, window trim, and rings around the alloys. After all, any proper villain needs to hit the streets with little extra flair.
Inside is a nice mix of vintage and new. This is best seen on the seats. You can tell these keep a similar size to stock, but even the Camaro's famous Strato Buckets didn't have a pattern this intricate. So Camaro people will marvel at the custom stitching, and you will enjoy the feeling of fresh seat covers and good bolstering. In fact, this one was really built for you to enjoy on the road. That's why there are other great upgrades like a sports steering wheel, auxiliary gauge trio, and bright B&M Quicksilver shifter.
This one earns its mean appearance the moment you lift the hood. You're looking at a Chevy small block supplied by World Products. Their Motown block weight less than stock and are competition ready. That's why this can displace a big-block beating 421 cubic-inches. While big displacement in a lightweight package would usually be good enough, this V8 has plenty of go-fast goodies attached, too. This includes a Proform four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock hi-rise intake, Dart cast aluminum valve covers, MSD ignition, and a set of Hooker long tube headers that add power while also contributing to the thunder of the dual exhaust. It even has an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans to keep this monster motor running cool. This is a robust package, so you have the right components to get the power to the ground, including a TH400 three-speed automatic transmission and a Ford 9-inch rear. Big power need the right supporting upgrades, and so this one has subframe connectors, an upgraded front suspension, four-link rear, and front disc brakes. Plus, you have modern performance tires and adjustable coilovers at each wheel.
Simply put, this Camaro makes no apologies for what it is. It's the aggressive bad guy on the streets, and you'll feel sooooo good driving it. Call today!!!