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1968
Chevrolet
Camaro
Stock # 6932-ATL
Engine 383 Stroker V8
Transmission 4 Speed Automatic
Color Cyber Gray Metallic
Interior Black
Mileage 7,419 (Since Built)
Chassis
Front Suspension Type Independent
Rear Suspension Type Leaf Springs w/ Shocks and Airbags
Axle Specification 10 Bolt
Front Wheel Specification 18" American Racing Torq Thrust
Rear Wheel Specification 20" American Racing Torq Thrust
Front Tire Specification 225/45ZR18
Rear Tire Specification 275/40ZR20
Options
Seatbelts Power Steering Power Brakes Four Wheel Disc Brakes Vinyl Interior Heat Air Conditioning CD Player AM/FM Radio
Documentation
Build Receipts
Advertised Price
FRESHLY BUILT 1ST GEN, STRONG 383 STROKER V8, AUTO TRANS, PWR STEER/DISC, NICE!

Around the Streetside showroom, we hear a lot of conversations, and those we hear about this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro restomod lead us to believe it won't be on the market for very long. The buzz on this transformed F-body has been huge since it came in, rumbling along with the wicked cackle of its siren song enticing everyone out of their seats. And with stunning curb appeal punctuated by a high-end Cyber Gray Metallic paint job wrapped around a sporty, custom interior, it's no wonder everyone gravitates to this restomod. A 383 Stroker V8 under the hood, beefed-up 700R4 automatic handling the shifts, and a long list of performance/suspension goodies working in unison to power one of the slickest 1st gen Camaros we've seen in years. Yeah, this beauty's days under our roof our definitely numbered...

You can't argue with this Camaro's stance, or the brutally effective Cyber Gray Metallic finish that is the perfect antidote to all the Hugger Orange Camaros running around. Panel gaps are excellent and the top driver-quality paint (and for the majority of people, this finish would easily qualify as show-quality paint, but with a couple of tiny imperfections and a miniscule sign of use here and ... Please ask for the full description.

Atlanta Showroom
213 Thornton Rd, Suite 400
Lithia Springs, GA, 30122
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Stock #:
6932-ATL
1968 Chevrolet Camaro
$79,995
SOLD

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1968 Chevrolet Camaro

$79,995
SOLD
Stock
6932-ATL
Engine Size
383 Stroker V8
Transmission
4 Speed Automatic
Miles
7,419 (Since Built)
Location
Atlanta
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or give us a call at (678) 279-1609

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Description

FRESHLY BUILT 1ST GEN, STRONG 383 STROKER V8, AUTO TRANS, PWR STEER/DISC, NICE!

Around the Streetside showroom, we hear a lot of conversations, and those we hear about this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro restomod lead us to believe it won't be on the market for very long. The buzz on this transformed F-body has been huge since it came in, rumbling along with the wicked cackle of its siren song enticing everyone out of their seats. And with stunning curb appeal punctuated by a high-end Cyber Gray Metallic paint job wrapped around a sporty, custom interior, it's no wonder everyone gravitates to this restomod. A 383 Stroker V8 under the hood, beefed-up 700R4 automatic handling the shifts, and a long list of performance/suspension goodies working in unison to power one of the slickest 1st gen Camaros we've seen in years. Yeah, this beauty's days under our roof our definitely numbered...

You can't argue with this Camaro's stance, or the brutally effective Cyber Gray Metallic finish that is the perfect antidote to all the Hugger Orange Camaros running around. Panel gaps are excellent and the top driver-quality paint (and for the majority of people, this finish would easily qualify as show-quality paint, but with a couple of tiny imperfections and a miniscule sign of use here and there, we prefer to hedge our bets and let people be pleasantly surprised) is very slick, so you'll be proud to show it off everywhere you go. The clean look of the early Camaros is popular for a very good reason: it simply looks awesome, yet it lends itself to light customization. With the addition of a deep chin spoiler, racing-style fog lights, a billet grille, LED headlights, and a cowl induction up front, this '68 gets straight to the business of showing off. Ground effects between the wheels were added as well, complete with integrated rectangular exhaust cut-outs that look absolutely trick, while the taillights were smoked and frame a billet gas cap that looks like it was borrowed from a Shelby (not to be sacrilegious here Bowtie fans, but even we must admit that those boys in blue always knew how to make a killer racing gas cap). All those sporty touches were expertly installed, the bodywork is laser-straight, and the panel fitment and body gaps are precise – a perfect backdrop for the high-end paint that came next. Laid down by professionals in 2010 to the tune of $10K, the Cyber Gray Metallic is incredibly uniform, miles-deep, and the perfect complement to the theme of this build. Our studio lights bounce off the sheetmetal with an unbelievable luster, and even though the car's been finished for over a decade, it's been stored among other collector cars inside an A/C controlled facility the entire time so it's remarkably preserved. With a full Air Ride suspension, there a couple different stances you can choose with this beauty, but we prefer the predatory, low-slung crouch you see in our photos, where the fender lips hug the tires and the car looks like it's going 100MPH just sitting still. The bumpers were painted to match the car, as were the aftermarket side mirrors, and that was a wise choice as it only adds to the car's slick, uniform appearance. The door handles were shaved and replaced with sleek, flush-mounted hardware that only adds to the streamlined design, and we actually love that they left of the rear spoiler because it makes the car look like it's always going through a wind tunnel.

Behind the wheel, there are no major surprises, but rather a perfect blend of old and new that forms this restomod's cabin. Sculpted front buckets were swapped in up front and a custom center console was fabricated and dropped in between them, and those elements alone transform this cockpit and give it a racy vibe. That center console features a gorgeous, machine-turned overlay and flows into the dash where it houses a set of auxiliary gauges, an AM/FM/CD/SAT/BT head unit, cup holders, auxiliary switches, and a towering T-handle shifter that manages the overdrive transmission below. There's a sporty 3-spoke steering wheel, and just beyond it a set of sporty factory gauges, and modern R134a A/C was cleverly integrated and blows ice cold. Dynamat sound-deadening insulation was laid down in the trunk and inside the cabin before it was covered uo with plush black carpets, and it keeps things hushed inside while the upgraded stereo (complete with subwoofers and amplifiers) absolutely BOOMS.

If you're looking for streetable horsepower, look no further than the 383 V8 Stroker under the cowl hood. Built by local classic car legend Kermit Harper from Frog's Hotrods to the tune of $10,500, it runs like a scolded dog, and with less than 10K miles on it, it's still very fresh. With a Holley 4-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock E-Tec-200 heads, an Edelbrock aluminum intake, an MSD ignition system, and long-tube headers, it's got more pop than you'll ever need and sounds menacing. The engine bay was finished to show, with finned valve covers and a matching Edelbrock air cleaner, along with a billet serpentine belt system and loads of polished accessories that really make the engine pop. Underneath, it's quite clean and was obviously built for combat, with a Flowmaster dual exhaust system exiting out of the side skirts, and with an independent front suspension, sway bars fore and aft, and an Air Ride system setting the stance, it also handles like a dream. The built Level 4 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission can handle up to 800HP, and it spins heavy-duty 10-bolt out back, while power steering and power 4-wheel disc brakes drilled and slotted rotors provide excellent stopping power. Polished Torque Thrusts are staggered and wear 225/45/18 front and 275/40/20 rear BFGoodrich radials with plenty of grip, finishing off the restomod look perfectly.

Fast and well-executed, this '68 Camaro is a joy to drive and a legitimate threat on the street. IT wont' last ling, call today!

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Features

  • Seatbelts
  • Power Steering
  • Power Brakes
  • Four Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Heat
  • Air Conditioning
  • CD Player
  • AM/FM Radio
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Documentation

  • Build Receipts
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Cyber Gray Metallic
Interior Color
Black
Transmission Spec
700R4
Rear End
10 Bolt
Front Suspension
Independent
Rear Suspension
Leaf Springs w/ Shocks and Airbags
Front Brakes
Disc
Rear Brakes
Disc
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