Mint ProTouring 1968 Camaro SEMA Car Could Be Yours!
This 1968 ProTouring Chevrolet Camaro, built By SEMA builder Tom Argue Designs, has appeared for sale on eBay.
This all-original RS 4-speed convertible was purchased by the current owner for $57,000 back in 2012. Not quite content with its styling, said owner then invested a further $241,488 in the car - commissioning SEMA Builder Tom Argue Designs to breed a new kind of beast.
Completely stripped down, walnut shell blasted, and fitted with Heidt's front and rear suspension systems alongside a modern drivetrain, the car was then powder coated and painted Viper Blue. It seems no expense was spared on this Camaro. From the custom, one off Budnick wheels to the black with blue stitching interior, the build utilized an impressive amount of hand made, one of a kind parts; making it a truly unique vehicle. And now it could be yours!
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Powered by a square 550-horsepower Mast Motorsports Corvette LS3 engine with a “nice lopey” cam, and mated to a Tremec T56 transmission, the Camaro claims to be unexpectedly fast.
The “timeless body style with the heartbeat of a new Corvette” accelerates to 60 MPH in just 3.7-seconds and covers a quarter-mile in the mid 11s. Naturally, some stopping power is required, and this comes in the form of Wilwood 12-inch disc brakes and four-piston Dynalite aluminum calipers in the front. There's also Corvette C4 calipers in the rear. It may be a speed demon, but the car should stop just as quickly!
A custom-built exhaust, from headers to nicely tucked tips with X-pipe and Magnaflow mufflers, ensures a proper exhaust tone without resonation. After all, you can't have a car looking this good without a guttural exhaust tone.
The builds interior is like new, literally. It’s not just beautiful black leather with blue stitching, but a full custom and modern cabin. Equipped with power everything – alarm, navigation, backup camera, bluetooth and “ice cold a/c.”
There is a lot to get excited about with this Camaro but by far the most astonishing aspect of this car is the price. With about $300,000 invested in the finished product, the Buy it Now price tag of $99,900 gets it delivered to the new owners door. So, what are you waiting for? Get in there!
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