If vintage, reliable muscle is what you’re looking for, check out this ’68 Camaro. Its 327 with 4-speed is the same tried-and-true powertrain combination used in earlier generations of the Corvette. “This is a driver,” the seller notes. “You can drive this car across the country.” And with power steering and a/c, it’ll be a pretty comfortable ride, too.
The sides appear straight, and the usual troubles spots show no signs of rust. Even the trunk is painted and spotless. The car sits nicely on a set of Cragars with modern, wider tires, and the seller makes a point to say the car has never been cut.
Even though the seller states that the car is reliable and that it is an SS, it would be wise to have it inspected by an expert to confirm condition and authenticity. The cost to do so will be worth the peace of mind.
116 first generation Camaros sold on eBay Motors in the last year. Good to excellent examples have averaged $26k to $40k, with select rare options pushing prices even higher. Click here to see this pony car.