Someone Dropped Over $100k To Mod This ’68 Camaro, Could Be Yours For $75k

Buying a used vehicle which has been adorned with a plethora of modifications can be a little daunting and risky. However, if doing so doesn’t concern you, this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro may tickle your fancy.

The most significant alteration made to this Camaro is the fitment of an LS3 V8 engine equipped with LS7 aluminum heads, a Performance Roller Rocker setup, new injection system, and a new intake manifold. No mention about horsepower or torque figures have been made but the powertrain likely pumps out around 500 horses, Motorious notes.

A look at the exterior of the vehicle reveals that it is in superb condition. All of the standard chrome trim has been blacked out, most of the rubber seals are new and there is also a new windshield. The listing also states that there is no pitting in the bodywork and “virtually no dings or dents.”

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Mated to the aforementioned LS3 V8 engine is a Tremec five-speed manual transmission and braking is provided by Wilwood calipers and discs at all four corners. The car also sits on a set of black aftermarket wheels and looks fit for a starring role in a movie.

Not only is the exterior very nice, but the cabin also seems to be a very pleasant place to sit. There are black leather bucket seats, a Kicker audio system, and a touchscreen infotainment system. The listing says that the car has received more than $100,000 worth of modifications and indicates that the powertrain only has 800 miles (1287 km) on the clock. No mention is made about the mileage of the chassis. The car’s asking price sits at $74,900.

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  • Six_Tymes

    it looks great. but I wonder why, why are they selling it

    • Bash

      That was the first thing that came across my mind.

  • Big Black Duck

    very tastefully done…except for the fog light placement and some of the design lines that don’t flow seamlessly …

  • SteersUright

    Hard to imagine paying more than $30k for this. Maybe just not for me.

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