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1968 Camaro Resto mod, LS Twin Turbo, 1000hp Pump gas, Wilwood Brakes, Show car

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
SubModel: Twin Turbo LS
Year: 1968
Mileage: 430
Color: Orange
Engine: LS 6.0
Cylinders: 8
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Orchard Park, New York, United States

1968 Chevrolet Camaro Additional Info:

1968 Camaro Twin turbo LS Resto mod, Paint, drive train and interior are about a year old. I've put 430 miles on it. The car is all steel and nice and straight. The paint is PPG Deltron 2000 base clear GM atomic orange and was professionally applied. The interior was done with comfort in mind and utilizing as much of the stock feel as possible. Black ceramic coatedBudnik steering wheel with leather half wrap, custom ididit black steering column. One piece TMI headliner, professionally sewncustom Dayton carpet. Custom carbon fiber gauge panel with Holley’s digital stand-alone dash. ProfessionallyinstalledAmericanautowire wiring harness utilizingall the factory Packardconnectors. EMS billet black anodized trunk hinges with support pistons. Freshly built6.0 LS iron block with 317 aluminumheads that have been worked with oversizeexhaust valves, arp hardware throughout, custom little john cam kit withchrome molypushrods, springs and retainers, professionally tuned, twin 62 mm borg warner turbos with intercooler. Stainless manifolds. Tial wastegates and blow off valve. Holley high ram intake with edelbrock throttle body and 80 lb injectors. Car is set up on 13lbs of boost 93 octane (approx. 1000hp at the engine). The car has 4 wheel 4 piston wilwood disc brakes and rack and pinion steering. The car has a power glide transmission with a Neal chance 9.9 easy spool converter, manual valve body with brake. The rear end is a ford 9” housing with strange pro iron center section and their S-trac differential, billet pinonsupport, chrome moly yoke, 3.50 gears, strange 35 spline axles. The car was built to be 100% street friendly with intentions of taking it on power tour. I will be happy to work with your bank and or shipper. If you have any questions feel free to ask and i will respond promptly. Thanks.