How much horsepower does a 1968 Camaro have?

How much horsepower does a 1968 Camaro have?

1968 Model Engines Another 396-cubic inch big-block engine rated at 350 horsepower was added as an option for the SS model.

How do you tell if a 1968 Camaro is a true SS?

Unfortunately there are no codes on a ’68 Camaro to help identify an SS. A Protect-o-plate can be helpful in identifying a first gen. SS but be careful because there are places that make reproductions of both trim tag and protect-o-plate.

What is the difference between a 1967 and 1968 Camaro?

There are subtle differences between the models. 1967 has a single lens, 1968 has two lenses, and the 1969 lamps have a more slender appearance. For 1967 there is a single lens for the tail lamp. The RS model will have a long, rectangular red tail lamp, with the back-up lamp below the bumper.

What makes a 1968 Camaro an SS?

1968 Production L34, Camaro SS; includes special hood, black accented grille and ornaments, sport striping, hood insulation, special red stripe tires, special suspension, bright engine accents, SS emblems on fenders, grille and fuel filler cap; with 350-hp Turbo-Jet 396cid engine.

How much does a 1968 Camaro SS cost?

You are viewing a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS Custom, recent restoration. Nice straight body and paint… $42,500

Is the 1967 Chevy Camaro a classic car?

This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro 454 SS/RS tribute has a strong and powerful big block under the hood and the control of four-on-the-floor. So yes, this certainly has the power and poise to back up its l…

When is the best time to buy a 1968 Camaro?

– Save $272 on average: January, February, September, October, November, December are good times to buy to find the best prices. What is the average price for 1968 Chevrolet Camaro?

What was the color of a 1968 Camaro?

L89 ALUMINUM HEADS-PS- DELUXE INTERIOR-4-SPEED | This 1968 Camaro shows well with its factory color, Butternut Yellow, the Black bumble bee stripe on the nose and the 396 call out on the fender!