1968 Chevrolet Camaro Overview

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1968 Chevrolet Camaro Overview

The 1968 Chevrolet Camaro showed few changes from the 1967 version. Chevy did work at perfecting it a small bit: the fastest engine option was a 375 horsepower monster found in the SS model of the car. This engine was pricey for its day, and as a result, only 311 of the cars were bought.
In addition to the power found in the base and SS models, the 1968 Camaro Z28 achieved 290-horsepower, and could go from 0 to 60 in 6.9 seconds, resulting in a 11.2-second quarter mile.

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I was told that my 1968 camaro is a 327 rally sport !! It does say that on fenders , But, how do I know for sure if its a rally sport ? Thank You

68 Restored Camaro. New 350/375 Gm W/warranty

Florence dropped 3 large oaks on my car crushing the top and hood and fender I need to know if car can be repaired or I should take my insurance settlement of 50 k. The top is obviously my concern. ...

Excuse The Prices They Handle Is In Dollars?

I Have A 1968 As 396 Camaro With Factory Disc Brakes. I Would Like To Know ...

What is the biggest 15"tire that I can use on my 1968 camaro with factory disc brakes? I will be using caravan ssh mags with a mister gasket spacer. Thank you

Vin Information

I have found a 1968 Camaro, which I am told is an SS. The VIN # is 124378L329661. When checking the VIN the website tells me there should be 17 characters in the VIN, but in checking, I find that VI...