RARE RS/SS 4spd Convertible #'s Match. Excellent Condition Inside Out & Under.

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  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • SubModel: RS/SS
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: RS/SS
  • Year: 1968
  • Mileage: 20,276
  • VIN: 124678N421549
  • Color: Fathom Blue
  • Engine size: L48-350 ci
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Power Steering.
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Saint James, New York, United States


VERY RARE 1968 RS/SS Camaro

4 spd Convertible Matching Numbers

Great Investment

This rare 68 RS/SS was owned by a little old lady who wasn't old when she purchased the car new in 1968. She owned it for 35 yrs. then in 2003 she sold it to her neighbor who'd been begging to buy it for years. He had it painted, the L48 engine totally rebuilt, and the Muncie transmission rebuilt to factory specifications. I purchased the car from her neighbor in 2016 in Carlisle P.A. Since 2003 there has only been a little more then 20,000 miles put on this beautiful machine. This RS/SS is in excellent condition a strong # 2. # 1 being a trailer queen # 5 being a basket case. The interior is in great condition the high back headrest bucket seats are NOT original they are from a 69. The only thing it needs is each bucket seat has a 2 inch area that has to be restitched. These are NOT tears it's right on the seam where the stitching separated in the exact same spot on each seat. I was quoted a price of $206 only $103 a seat but she can't take it until after the new year. The hideaway headlight switch needs to be replaced too but also can't be repaired until after the new year. I only bring my cars to one shop, the good news is he does a great job, the bad news is sometimes you have to wait. I recently had a new heater core replaced, oil change and 4 new quality tires added. In my 55 yrs I've owned at least 45 muscle cars mostly big blocks. There's only two small blocks I've owned that can not only hang with the big blocks but beat most, one is this RS/SS, the other an 70 AAR Cuda I owned a couple of years ago. This car is a runner with the close ratio 4spd it will really push you back in the seat and make you a believer. The paint still shines great 8.5 - 9 out of 10 there's only a couple of little nicks & one spot by the antenna that could use a little attention. The convertible top is in excellent condition along with the tonneau cover. This is one very rare & special vehicle. Power steering seems to be the only option. Of course it has dual exhaust, 12 bolt rear, I'm not sure of gear ratio. Click on the large photo so you can get a better idea of the condition of this beauty. This RS/SS runs and drives as good as it looks, has great acceleration too, no disappointments here.


Here is some info I found on car gurus:

There were 40,977 RS's and 30,695 SS's produced in 1968. Of course, many fewer than this survive today.

I also looked on a number of sites to try and find out specifically now many RS/SS models were made but apparently it is so rare that most Camaro sites don't list it as a trim. I did find one site that said "It is impossible to determine how many "base" models were produced because certain options were combined with others (for example, you could combine the Rally Sport option with the Super Sport, Z/28, and Custom Interior options), and there is no breakdown of production numbers when options were combined."

I also happened to come across a 1968 Camaro RS/SS with the 350 badges and also a rally sport badge behind the front tire but it has a white nose strip, white leather seats, and a white rag top. also has auto windows, locks and driver seat. but the number of sites that i looked on the common number i found was about 600 to 700 RS/SS's were made back in 1968 but like the one guy said most of those cars did not survive to this day so that number could be drastically less. could possible be under 100 or above 100 so defiantly restore that thing.


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