SOLD: 1968 Chevy Camaro SS Custom

***THIS VEHICLE IS SOLD*** 1968 Chevy Camaro custom painted in Cinnamon Twist with black vinyl interior. Under the hood you will find the 396cui/400hp big block. New TCI 700R4 automatic transmission with overdrive. Power Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes. Detroit Speed power steering (quick ratio.) Mosier 2" narrowed rear end with Tru-Trac posi and 3.73:1 ratio. Dual stainless Exhaust with headers and Flowmasters. Vintage Air A/C system. Chris Alston G Bar 4-link rear. BMR tubular control arms front (painted to match.) Sub frame connectors. Front and real coil overs. 18 gallon stainless tank. Braided and stainless steel lines. 18" Bonspeed alloy wheels. Billet tail lights and gas cap. Hi-Vision halogen replacement headlights. This is a pro-touring Camaro for half the price to build. For more information on this car, or any other in our classic inventory, call us at (830) 629-4843. You can truly be the envy of all your friends, family and more for $42,900 FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT US ON OUR WEBSITE HERE: http://www.aeclassiccars.com/index.html FACEBOOK USERS: Add us on Facebook and see our latest classic inventory before they hit the web: www.facebook.com/aandeclassics

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Tricks of the Trade-Painting Stripes MISTAKE!!
Tricks of the Trade by Mark Aquino is lessons learned or short cuts to help you with your restoration and save you time, money and frustration. Sometimes it's these simple mistakes that stop people in completing their restoration from home. We're posting them here for you to learn what to do and what not to do, so you can get the job done right the first time! In this video Mark Aquino has painted a 1968 Camaro Convertible piece by piece but when he went to put the car together, the stripes didn't line up! This time consuming lesson is about measuring your stripes and double check your measurements. He measured his stripes, then laid down the quarter inch tape on the inside of the line instead of the outside, so when he went to paint, the colors were inverted and he loss a quarter inch on each side. To correct this mistake, we had to spray the gray again, mask again and shoot the black. That sets us behind 3-4 hours. So if we measured the full width of the stripes before painting, it's a way to double check, and we could've avoided this mistake. Measure three times, and paint once! Hope this helps!





1968 Camaro Detroit Speed Front Suspension Install Video V8TV
Installation Available: http://v8speedshop.com/contact http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 -We wanted our 1968 Camaro to retain its classic appearance, but handle and drive like today's best sports cars. To accomplish this, we relied on a Speed 3 front suspension kit from Detroit Speed and Engineering that we obtained through Classic Industries. This kit consists of tubular upper and lower control arms, a coil over spring and shock kit, new quick ratio steering components, and is installed into the stock Camaro subframe. Next time, we will be installing a DSE Quadra Link rear suspension to complete the handling upgrades on this 1968 Camaro.




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