The 68 Camaro was the second model of the first generation Camaro. This muscle car was sleek, powerful, and popular among casual drivers and hot-rodding enthusiasts. While there arent many differences between the 67 and 68 Camaros, Chevy did give the 1968 model year a slight body style change. The invention of Astro Ventilation made air flow through the engine more efficiently, which made external air vents obsolete. Chevy removed these air vents from the 1968 Camaro and also made the front grille slightly angular, which helped boost the image.
The biggest visual upgrade of the Camaro came out of the 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS package. Camaro RS models received significant changes in appearance in hopes to make the car look sportier. Some of these changes include racing trim, improved bumpers and fenders, and sleeker headlights. The greatest thing about the RS package was how it was available for all Camaros. This meant that small six-cylinder and powerful V8 versions of the Chevy Camaro could both receive the same facelift.
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If you want a car thats powerful and guaranteed to attract attention, the 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS is the right muscle car for you. This piece of American history has been prominently featured in track and drag racing, and is a very popular American sports car. A 1968 Camaro SS/RS was even the official pace car of the Indy 500 one year.
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