1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z28.
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-- 4-speed manual
-- 1970 350 motor with M-21 trans all rebuilt like new.
-- All interior new, dash gages new, tic-toc-tac, console new, all stainless and trim new.
-- All prefect or new tinted glass.
-- bolt 331-posi rear end.
-- Hurst shifter
-- Engine has cam, headers, Z-28 manifold, Holly Avenger Carb.
-- All new Power close ratio steering and all new power brakes.
-- Stainless lines.
-- Ice Cold A/C has been added to car.
-- New Rally 15 inch wheels and stainless wheel trim.
-- Engine and under hood looks all stock except for A/C.
-- New set of 15 inch rally wheels and BF Goodrich tires.
This is a perfectly straight rust free car painted in a beautiful blue and white.
Paint finish is pristine. no paint chips or dents exist on the sheetmetal. The lower fenders, doors and rockers have laminated to protec paint.
Original trunk lid with a perfect fit.
Original doors with a solid solid solid perfect fit. The solid feel of the doors make the car feel brand new.
The Z28 option code was introduced in 1966.
This option package wasn't mentioned in any sales literature so was unknown by most of the buyers. The only way to order Z28 package was to order base Camaro with Z28 option, front disc brakes, power steering and Muncie 4-speed transmission. Z28 package featured unique 302 in? "small block" engine, designed specifically to compete in the Club of America Trans Am racing series (which required engines smaller than 305 in? and public availablity of the car). Advertised power of this engine was listed at 290 hp (216 kW) while actual dyno readings rated it at 360 to 400 hp (269 to 298 kW). Z28 also came with upgraded suspension and racing stripes on the hood. It was possible to combine Z28 package with RS package. Only 602 Z28's were sold.
1968 saw the deletion of the side vent windows and the introduction of Astro Ventilation, a fresh-air-inlet system. Also added were side marker lights, a more pointed front grill, and divided rear tailights. SS396 received chrome hood inserts. Multi-leaf rear springs replaced single-leaf units, and shock absorbers were staggered. 6.5 L (396 in?) 350 hp (261 kW) engine was added as an option for the SS, and Z28 became known by buyers and 7199 units were sold.
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