First generation Camaros remain perennial favorites and this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute has a ton going for it that will undoubtedly make it an absolute hit at the next cruise night. It has a sweet-running 327 up front with an easy-to-drive automatic behind it, an awesome muscle-car stance, and a fantastic color combination that is sure to attract a ton of attention. There's almost no way to make a 1968 Camaro look bad, but dressed in a very shiny coat of factory-correct Code UU LeMans Blue with painted-on white SS stripes, this one takes on an entirely different attitude. In a sea of Hugger Orange and red cars, this one will definitely stand out, and the workmanship is definitely good enough to stand up to fairly intense scrutiny. It's a fairly recent paint job, so there's a durable shine that'll look great for years to come simply by washing and waxing it on weekends and they obviously invested the time needed to make this blue car look its best. A chin spoiler and cowl hood up front always look cool without disrupting the smooth, low-key look of this F-body, and there's a ducktail spoiler out back along, so the rear design is just as slick as the front. Bright chrome bumpers glitter against the black paint and correct emblems have been installed as needed to give it an authentic SS look. The blue bucket seat interior looks to be a combination of preserved and restored components, and uses factory-correct seat covers, door panels, and plush blue carpets with the proper weave to give it a very OEM look. The driver's seat shows some signs of use, but there's nothing here that will stop you from getting in and enjoying the car right away. The TH350 3-speed automatic transmission is managed by the ultra-cool horseshoe shifter that's housed in the middle console, the wood-rimmed three-spoke wheel warms things up a bit inside, and the stock gauges appear to be in very good original condition inside the dash. An aftermarket tachometer was mounted on the steering column and a set of auxiliary gauges inside the middle console (like found in original SS-trimmed models) have been added to supplement the original dials, which is probably not a bad idea. There's also an updated Retrosound AM/FM stereo head unit in the center of the dash, and an R134a refrigerated Vintage A/C system blows nice and cold inside the cabin. Out back, the trunk is neatly finished with a plaid mat and a full-size spare tire for emergencies. The 327 cubic inch V8 under the hood is not original, although the HN suffix code designates it as a 1968 327 V8 for use in a Camaro with an automatic transmission. Nicely detailed in vivid Chevy Orange paint with chrome tinwork, it doesn't break any new ground but definitely looks like someone always cared for this muscle car. It's plenty potent, and with an upgraded Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake manifold, and long-tube headers, it's a strong runner even without the extra cubes. A newer power brake booster goes with the front disc brakes that give this Camaro the stopping power to match its go power, and power steering helps the drive quality tremendously. Long-tube headers feed a Flowmaster dual exhaust system that sounds fantastic at idle and like a battle cry at full throttle. A smooth-shifting TH350 automatic transmission feeds a 10-bolt rear end, making for a sturdy powertrain combination and sturdy monoleaf springs and airshocks out back help with ride quality and handling at the same time. Stock Rally wheels look right on any early Camaro and carry fat 215/65/15 BFGoodrich white-letter rubber that tucks under the fenders just right. Cars like this Camaro make up the backbone of the hobby, totally usable for show or go and never out of place when car guys are around. Call today!