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Old 01-20-2020, 01:10 AM
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Default 1968 Camaro Widebody project for sale

Item Location (City/State): Monroe, North Carolina

Price: $27,000

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1968 Camaro Widebody Project

G-Force/Tex Racing T101A 4 speed transmission
REM polished gears
2.26 / 1.54 / 1.29 / 1.0 ratios
Hurst Super Shifter

Tilton magnesium bellhousing
Tilton 7.25" clutch with the "Danny Popp" Quartermaster dual disc Rallye Disc package

Howe Ford 9" housing, Ford / Roush Yates 9" center section with Detroit Locker, 3.64 gears, G-Force internal pump, REM polished gears, and #40 internal locker springs

Jim Pettigrew (20 year Nascar / Hendrick Motorsports fabricator) built full frame and roll cage (door bar setup to be determined and finished by buyer)
C6 Control Arms, Spindles
LG Motorsports C6 brake cooling duct plates
Sweet Mfg power rack and pinion

Jim Pettigrew custom built Torque Arm
CorteX Racing watts link
Speedway custom Sway Bars
Bilstein coilovers
Hypercoil springs


Custom built Spintech 3.5" Mufflers with rocker panel exit

Trans Am TA2 Spec Wing

ATL 22 gallon fuel cell (SP122B) with -10 pickup, -8 return, -6 vent

Nascar composite carbon fiber air box


Woodward collapsible steering column

NASCAR 4 gallon oil tank with 20AN breather

AP Racing pedal box with master cylinders and reservoirs

Butler Built Sportsman full containment Halo seat

C&R Racing radiator with dual Spal fans with integrated oil and power steering heat exchangers

Dynotech 4" driveshaft

AP Racing C6 brakes front/rear - AP6000S and AP6050S - 14" slotted 2 piece

Jongbloed Racing forged wheels
18x12 front (315 or 335 front tire)
18x13 rear (335 or 345 rear tire)


Currently registered in CA (2020) with refurbished original Black Plates


More parts are included that I am forgetting to help get it to the finish line but these are the major pieces. Needs sheetmetal work finished, roof skin, door bars to your liking, oil tank and lines, radiator mounted, plumbing and wiring. All major parts are there to get it together and running. Finish flares and aesthetics how you wish.

This is the sister car to Payton King's SB2.2 68 Camaro which is nearing completion.

I am in CA but everything is currently located at a shop in Monroe, NC (Charlotte area).

Feel free to ask questions here, or contact me privately to discuss further at dwgordon at gmail or 415 three one four 8 thousand.

















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Finally, what the sister car looks like that is nearing completion









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What happened?
Life happened!

Kids, time, money... the usual reasons.... I will regret this but I think we'll eventually get back into something the kids can enjoy when they get a little older like the LS Nova Wagon.... the kids bring that car up often. Which I like.
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Sorry to see this happen, Dave. I understand though. It's just a car. There will be others. Good luck with the sale.
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The want is so real....ugh..
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Dave, Iím going the same route with my car too. Not enough time or money to take advantage of it. Good luck with the sale!
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The want is so real....ugh..
Would be epic to see a shop of your caliber finish this off.

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Dave, Iím going the same route with my car too. Not enough time or money to take advantage of it. Good luck with the sale!
Sorry to hear. I get it, obviously. Good luck to you as well.

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Sorry to see this happen, Dave. I understand though. It's just a car. There will be others. Good luck with the sale.
Well put. And thank you!
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