1968 Camaro w/ Supercharged LSA 740 HP (dyno'd 625 rwhp) Pro Touring / Resto Mod

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Trim: SS
  • Year: 1968
  • Mileage: 3,500
  • VIN: 124378N475991
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 376
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Brentwood, Tennessee, United States


1968 Camaro – Pro Touring / Resto-mod / 740 HP

Selling my beloved 1968 Camaro. I bought this as a mostly stock (not original) in 2012 and proceeded to do a full resto-mod / pro touring build. I touched everything in the vehicle except for body and paint. I was going for a sleeper stock look. The wheels look like the original rally wheels, but they’re actually custom made 18” billet aluminum wheels from Circle Racing (Series 90 Billet Rallye). The build took over 14 months and was done in Houston, TX at B&B Automotive. Less than 4k miles since rebuild. Well over $100K invested. Everything works and is correct.

Drivetrain and Suspension

-Camaro ZL1 LSA Supercharged crate engine from GM Performance, mated to a T56 Magnum 6-speed transmission.

-Engine has a performance tune from KP Racing in Houston by renown tuner Joe Huneycutt producing 625 RWHP (est. 740 at the motor). The video shows 594 HP, but we kept going and tuned it to 625 HP.

- Custom Stainless Works X-Pipe steel exhaust
- 14” Wilwood disc brakes
- Stainless steel Rick’s fuel tank
- Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tires (335 rear / 215 front)

Detroit Speed QUADRALINK 4-link rear suspension

Moser 9” rear-end – 3.70 gear ratio

JRI Coilover shocks rear

Detriot Speed subframe connectors

Vintage Air A/C – runs COLD

Custom 18” Circle Racing billet aluminum wheels – they look like stock rally rims

Wilwood 9” brake booster

Ididit steering column – with tilt

Speedtech Performance subframe – high gloss black powder coating

QA1 coilover shocks front

Anvil Auto carbon fiber hood (Fesler Billet hood hinges)

Anvil Auto carbon fiber rear spoiler

Anvil Auto carbon fiber cowl panel (included – not installed)

Anvil Auto carbon fiber deck lid (included – not installed; also Fesler Billet hinges)

Fesler Billet fender braces

Autokraft LSx oil pan

Dakota Digital “vintage looking” gauges

Painless wiring – all new

Interior is all originallooking – I was going for the sleeper stock look

Exterior / paint is in good shape – I would put it at 7/10…not a show car…looks great from 5 feet away