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1968 Camaro SS Convertible - Matching Numbers

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
SubModel: SS
Type: Convertible
Trim: Standard
Year: 1968
Mileage: 67,580
VIN: 124678N428094
Color: Butternut Yellow
Engine: 350
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS Additional Info:

Up for sale is my 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS Convertible with its all-numbers matching power train, including the original 350 engine, 2 speed power glide transmission and 12-Bolt rear end. I found this car in western New York in 2011. It had been sitting in a garage since 1987 when it came to rest with 67K original miles. I am the third owner and the car has ZERO miles on it since it has been restored.
This car has been professionally restored to almost original condition. Every nut and bolt has been gone through and every detail has been meticulous in preserving the originality of the car. The motor was completely rebuilt professionally by Schmidt racing engines in Indianapolis, IN, and hardened seats were installed so the car can run on unleaded gasoline.
  • Factory original SS Convertible with Matching #'s 350 and powertrain
  • Original rebuilt Rochester Quadrajet Carberator
  • Nut and Bolt restoration
  • Restored to original condition - probably better.
  • Freshly painted to original Butternut Yellow exterior
  • Flowmaster exhaust system (Sounds amazing)
  • Original AM radio
  • All original chrome and trim (bumpers, too) restored to mirror-like finish
  • Front Disc brakes, rear drum brakes
  • Power convertible top
  • Much more...

Please note: As you can see from the photos, the car is not 100% assembled. HOWEVER, I have everything ready to be installed on the car except the convertible top and interior carpet. This includes all original chrome that has been professionally restored to a mirror finish, all trim pieces, interior components, etc. I'd estimate the total cost to finish the car to be less than $5,000. This is being taken into consideration with my asking price. This is an investment. Once this car is complete it is estimated around $45-50K and the prices keep going up on these popular original classic American muscle cars.
There are two "before" photos in the series of photos I uploaded of the Camaro when I picked it up in Western New York in 2011. The car was painted green from its original Butternut Yellow color. You will also see the registration sticker on the windshield the last time the car was on the road in 1987.
Please do your research on the rarity of this car. Many of the other classic Camaro's that are out there are either SS tributes or non-numbers matching vehicles, making the value of this car far greater, not to mention it's an original SS Convertible with its factory power top.