1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute. This tribute has the blackened grille with a single headlight, (not hidden like the RS), on either side and an SS badge in the center. Bolero Red paint is evident and well applied to the straight steel of this car with well minded gaps. A dual wide white stripe runs the gamut of this car save for the roof and with the 15-inch rally wheels with deep dish trimmings on their edges and raised white letter tires a bit of lifted stance, and she's a beaut, Clark. Nice chrome trimmings are throughout, and shiny thin bumpers upfront and in the rear with both a lower black chin spoiler in the front and a ducktail style spoiler atop the trunk lid. On back below the horizontal tail lights on the upper rear roll pan dual shiny exhaust peek out from under on either side. A sleekly designed black vinyl covered door panels lead us into the passenger compartment of the car. The vinyl has upper horizontal tuck and roll and otherwise smooth uppers and lowers. A nice armrest is on and chromed actuators and cranks are also in. Two thin trim delineators work to keep the different surfaces apart. Inside we are placing our bodies on to high back thin design ''Strato'' buckets with tuck and roll inserts and smooth bolsters. A center console races through the buckets and has some wood appliqué but is otherwise black covered vinyl. The shifter is a 747 throttle style dual post with horizontal bar shifter. Upfront the original dash is in and some extra gauges have been added in. A column mounted tachometer and a trio of extra gauges below the center floating above the nice black carpeting throughout. The raked in dash design houses the original deep inset factory gauges and some eyeball heater vents. An aftermarket radio is in and it appears as though a new dash top has been also installed. In back is a long bench seat presenting nicely and looking good. Under the hood in a very clean engine bay, is a 350ci V8 engine. It is well appointed with headers, a Flowmaster exhaust, an Edelbrock intake and 4-barrel carburetor. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission on back. The rear axle is a 12 bolt 3.73 geared and Positraction equipped. The engine also has cast ribbed valve coverings and like new wiring and hoses throughout. Virtually showroom with no rust or even road dirt. Just nicely painted black suspension which is independent coil springs up front, and leaf springs for the back. A new fuel tank is in, and all else for the stamped floor pans and toe kicks are near perfection under this car. Power disc braking is on front and power drums for the back. The dual H pipe Flowmaster exhaust is looking like new and showing just a slight bit of rust on some seams. A quick starter and great powerful accelerator and runner. It can cruise all day at highway speeds and the ride is nice. It has power steering to make it easier, and braking was panic stop bias free.