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1968 Chevrolet Camaro

1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 One of the dominant and most memorable cars of the 1960s was Dave Sticklers Camaro Z28 dubbed Old Reliable. The only thing on this exterior that varies from the original is the fact that the black racing stripes are embedded into the clear coat.... via TradeNet Classics

1968 Chevrolet Corvette

One owner car since 1976. 327/300 VOLT-8 automatic. Original condition and all numbers match. Runs and drives good, cosmetically good, needs paint and some miscellaneous TLC. Powered steering, telescopic steering wheel. Car presents itself as a survivor via SpreadMyAd

1968 AMC AMX

Unmolested rust free 68 AMX 390 go pac car. Ice cold A/C, Disc Brakes, PS, Tilt wheel, Automatic transmission. The interior is all original and exceptional with the exception of the headliner which needs to be done. When I bought the car I had the fuel tank boiled out and... via Yupyi!

1968 Plymouth Barracuda

* 383ci V8 Engine - Black Vinyl Bucket Front Seats - three Gear 727 TorqeFlite Automatic Transmission - Very Nice Black Sun Visors - Factory Rated for 400 feet-lbs of Torque @ 2,400 RPM - 17x8 and 17x9" Year 1 Cast Aluminum Mopar Rallye Replica Wheels - Manual Windows -... via Yupyi!

1968 Dodge Coronet

1968 Dodge Coronet Wagon. I call this my surfer wagon, as it has a surfer motif, complete with surfboards and rack. Don't like that look, all is removeable. Either way, this is an EXCELLENT example with a faux-tina done to it to make it look like it was pulled out of a... via DealerWebsites

1968 Chevrolet Impala

Old station wagons have their own kind of cool. They are unlike anything you can buy today, with their classic car looks and tremendous proportions. This 1968 Impala is just such a car and well equipped with air ride, 4-wheel disc brakes, factory air conditioned, and... via DealerWebsites

1968

Reduced! Have you ever seen 1 of these? This is a very rare 1968 Mercury M250 pickup. This represents the final year of production for Mercury’s version of the Ford F-series. I have never encountered another one. This truck was sold new on April 26, 1968 by Wiley Mercury... via DealerWebsites