The Camaro was introduced in 1967 as Chevrolet’s answer to Ford’s Mustang. The car featured a sporty look with an options list that gave customers the opportunity to customize the car to their liking. The 1968 Camaro was offered in both hardtop and soft-top configuration and could be powered by either a six- or eight-cylinder engine. Two of the optional packages that could be added to a Camaro included the RS and Z28. The RS package was highlighted by hidden headlights as well as upgraded interior trim and exterior moldings. The Z28 package was essentially a factory racecar featuring a built-up engine, suspension, and transmission. Once source states only 7,199 Camaros were produced in 1968 with the Z28 package. Production of the first generation Camaro ran through 1969 and they have been warmly embraced by auto enthusiasts from day one.
1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/Z28
Sold For $42,900Inclusive of applicable buyer's fee.
- 302-cid, 290-hp V-8 engine
- Four-speed manual transmission
- Reported as original interior in excellent condition
- Repainted in 2016
- One of a reported 7,199 Camaros in 1968 with Z28 package
- Desirable hidden headlights in RS package
- Vehicle is reported to be in excellent mechanical condition
- 12-bolt rear with 4.10:1 gears
- Console with gauges
- Original jack with jack tool
- Original spare F70x15 Goodyear white letter tires
This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/Z28 Sport Coupe is presented in bronze with black racing stripes. The car was repainted in 2016. The Camaro is powered by a 302-cid, 290-hp V-8 engine which is paired to a four-speed manual transmission. Power is sent to a 12-bolt rear with 4.10:1 gearing. The Camaro rides on redline tires which are mounted on Chevrolet’s Rally wheels. The interior of the car is reported to be original, featuring black bucket seats and a console with gauges.
Please note this vehicle is being sold title in transit