We love a good restomod here at MC&T, blending old school looks and character with modern performance and reliability. And the muscle car is one of the go-to restomod vehicles these days, so our attention is always perked when one pops up for sale. But we were on full alert when we found this beautiful 1968 Chevrolet Camaro restomod on Bring a Trailer, with a mean blacked out appearance and six speed manual, supercharged LS3 performance to back it up.
The build was seven years in the making, and was completed in 2018. The final product is truly a reflection of the time put into it. Starting under the hood, this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro has GM’s ubiquitous LS3 V8, supercharged curtesy of an Edelbrock E-Force supercharger. The engine also has an uprated intercooler, aftermarket rockers, valve springs, a serpentine belt pulley system and a longer-duration camshaft. It sounds like a classic muscle car restomod should thanks to a Magnaflow exhaust.
The seller doesn’t give any output stats, but the power is sent to the rear wheels through a Tremec T56 six speed manual, a Rocky Mountain Driveline custom driveshaft and Curie limited slip differential.
Handling modifications are just as impressive on this 1968 Camaro. At the rear, there’s an all new Detroit Speed mini-tub rear wheel housing and a Chris Alston Chassisworks g-Machine front subframe. These hook up to Ridetech adjustable coilovers, and Wilwood disc brakes provide the stopping power.
On to those mean Chevy Camaro restomod looks. Much of the bodywork is shaved from stock to give a more athletic appearance, and the body us painted in that signature stealthy black. All of the trim has also been blacked out, and side turn signals were removed. The 18” Forgeline GA3 wheels complete the modernized exterior design. The pixelated taillights are a particular highlight.
The interior has been given a similar overhaul, mainly thanks to F&H Auto Upholstery of Wheat Ridge, Colorado. The black leather seats have some heavy bolstering, while the steering wheel and headliner are covered in sporty Alcantara. The door panels and dash have carbon fiber accents, and tech is fully up to date thanks to a touch screen radio.
This LS3-powered 1968 Chevrolet Camaro restomod doesn’t have much longer on Bring a Trailer at the time of writing, so hop on the bidding if you want it. It’s one of the meanest restomods we’ve seen, and it seems like it has the quality to back it up.