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1968 Chevrolet Camaro “RS” Convertible

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  • Sold
  • Body Type: Convertible , Coupe
  • 999 km
  • Year Built: 1968
  • Engine Size: 4.9L
  • Trans: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Ext color: Red
  • Int color: Black

Yes…a Factory “Z22” Option RS Rally-Sport convertible! “1-of-917″ This model built for Canada as documented in GM Historical Society paperwork. Complete *”NUMBERS-MATCHING” engine! The factory options are plentiful and include: “M35” powerglide automatic transmission, “N40” power steering, “J50” power brakes, “P01” wheel trim covers, and much more as provided on the GM Historical paperwork provided. Built at the Norwood, Ohio production plant and shipped to Canada October 18, 1967 with the selling dealer Belmont Chevrolet Limited, Weston, Ontario. This special RS has spent it’s entire life in Ontario Canada! Original books, manuals and service book containing the “Original Protect-O-Plate” included (VERY RARE). *A complete Body-Off Restoration has been performed to extremely high standards with an investment total well in excess of $80,000. Detailed pictures of the restoration and a professional appraisal accompany this vehicle to prove it’s provenance. Up-Graded “Hartz” cloth soft top with hard back glass rear window for easy visibility (far better quality roof material with a very elegant appearance). laser-straight body panels, chrome and bright work replaced and refreshed. All rubber trim replaced, all internal roof ribbing replaced. Glass near new condition and body/panel gaps are outstanding. The Under carriage is absolutely spectacular, crisp, very detailed, and as clean as the upper side of this Camaro RS! Rare hide-away headlamps, Rally wheels, lower front chin spoiler, rear deck lid spoiler and real Dual-Exhaust for that classic muscle car rumble complete the package. The sharpest we have had the opportunity of presenting in years! Fully certified.

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