Have the best of both worlds with old-school body lines paired with modern performance.

Streetside Classics is excited to offer the opportunity to own this sinister 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Restomod. This Camaro has that sleek classic body, but it is paired with modern aggressive street manners. A fresh build, this modernized classic has about 1,320 miles on it since its total transformation, and about 10,000 miles on the motor.

Snag This Sinister LS3-Powered 1968 Chevy Camaro Restomod

The body has been sprayed in a gorgeous midnight black with plenty of clear that provides a deep glossy finish. Adding to its stealthy exterior appearance is the blacked-out theme including both bumpers, trim, chin spoiler, and full-width rear spoiler. Full of modern upgrades, this gem features HID headlights, LED sequential taillights, sport mirrors, and a classic Corvette-style stinger hood. A set of black RSV forged 3-piece wheels add to the dark aesthetic and feature an aggressive hint of red and come with performance tires.

Powering this classic beast is a modern 6.2-L LS3 V8 engine mated to a Tremec six-speed manual transmission. Other mechanical highlights include BBK fuel rails, Eddie Marine aluminum valve covers, an aluminum radiator, a cold air intake, and headers. Supporting components include a Ringbrothers clutch reservoir and transmission cooler. Wilwood drilled and slotted power disc brakes easily bring everything to a stop. A Hotchkis tubular A-arm front independent suspension helps keep handling in check, and their reinforced rear end has been added to handle all that power.

Gallery: Snag This Sinister LS3-Powered 1968 Chevy Camaro Restomod

Open the doors to a black custom interior that features TMI bucket seats up front that are fitting with the black leather and contrasting red stitching. Creature comforts include ice cold air conditioning, a full AM/FM/XM stereo with Bluetooth, power windows, power locks, anti-theft system, and cup holders. A Budnik steering wheel is easy to grip and sits on a Flaming River tilt steering column, and a set of Dakota Digital gauges glow red. The addition of a Detroit Speed power steering box makes maneuvering this beast easy as can be.

If this is the stealthy Camaro restomod that tops your bucket list, then contact Streetside Classics today. It is listed at $109,995, but feel free to make an offer here.