The Z/28 was one of the most popular Camaro models introduced by Chevrolet. It was sleek, powerful, and built to perform. After all, Chevy designed the Z/28 series to compete with the success of the Trans-Am. The 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 was the second model year of the first generation Camaros. It came equipped with a powerful 302cu V8, an engine that was much faster than the baseline inline-six model. In addition, the Z/28 package also had flashier decals, a four-speed manual transmission, and improved brakes. This helped make the automobile a top performer on the road and at the racetrack.
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Chevrolet didnt make any major changes to the 1968 Camaro that separated it from its predecessor. It was the first model to have the Astro Ventilation system, which rendered the need for ventilation windows obsolete. Along with removing the vent windows, the 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, as well as other 68 Camaro models, also received side marker lights and a more aerodynamic front. The main reason that the Z/28 model was so popular was because it was one of the few cars that came ready for the race track. Buyers looking to give the exterior a bigger facelift could opt to add the RS package to their Z/28, which upgraded the front and rear lights, and gave the car additional racing decals.
If you would like to own a Camaro Z/28 but dont know where to look, reach out to the Beverly Hills Car Club team. The experts at the Beverly Hills Car Club have a nationwide network of collectors and restorers who they can contact, and theyre happy to help you find a Z/28 model that meets all of your specifications. To learn more about how you can get an authentic Chevrolet muscle car, call their Los Angeles office today. You can also view their online showroom by visiting the Beverly Hills Car Club website!
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