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Here are some pictures of the 68 Camaro that were taken sometime in 1994. I sold the 1968 car in the spring 1996. It was a pretty pretty car.
There was not a scratch on this car and it never got rained on while I owned it.
It was sold to some folks that live near Rome, GA. So if you see it rolling around, say Hi.
It was a deluxe interior car too. Fat molding on the outside windows.
It even had AC. I wish I had of taken more pictures of the car back then.
I later added SS badges to it and a cowl hood, cause it was worthy. Note: 1932 Chevrolet.
This is the only time this car ever sat and made smoke. Any other time it was on the streets moving making it. heh.
The car had 327 emblems on it when I bought it in Gulfport Mississippi after a gambling binge.
Aw. Shiny, perfect, good.
I still remember the paint on this car. Lots of clear coat. Hockey Stick Stripes could not be felt.
Vroom Vroom. I wish I had some motor shots. It had a 400 small block in it.
It had a little lean to the passenger side. We think we know what causes that.
The only bad pieces on the car were the taillight trim pieces. Pot metal. They were replaced.
I did change out the radio for a 2 knob Kenwood tape deck with controls for a changer that was mounted in the trunk. I do not think they even make those any more. it sounded pretty good with some Alpine 6 X 9's in the rear deck.