The "Hugger" From Chevrolet
The new Camaro for 1968 comes in hardtop and convertible models. Both give you many outside and inside appearance changes. Engineering refinements make the new '68 Camaro a finer handling car. All of these changes are designed to keep the '68 Camaro the finest car in its field. Inspect it now. Drive it soon. Experience Chevrolet's usual concern for quality and attention to detail. And you'll find the Camaro can be a lot of fun, besides.
Many extra-cost Options and Custom Features are shown throughout this book.
Outside you'll discover much to please.
A cluster of new and handsome touches are bound to make "the hugger" more appealing than ever in 1968. They add to its beauty, its utility and its distinctiveness. Examine a few of the finer points with us and see if you don't agree that Camaro has outdone itself.
Starting at the front, the Camaro grille sports some modest changes: new satin-silver horizontal bars over deep-set black for wider look; headlights and new rectangular parking lights that are set into the grille (the Rally Sport version has something special in this department); new, too, are taillights with integral backup lights. And how about this? ... ventipanes have given way to single curved side windows for added style and improved visibility. New side marker lights front and rear help stake out your claim to a parking place on darkened streets and show your position more clearly while under way.
It all adds up to a remarkably appealing new wide-stance Camaro for 1968 that won't be content until it entices you inside.
Inside you'll sense a lot of luxury.
Camaro's new exterior refinements are reflected in an extra helping of luxury inside. We put front all-vinyl bucket seats under you just for openers. Seat belts, for all passenger positions, are standard, of course, as are front shoulder belts on the sport coupe. The deep-twist carpeting feels mighty good underfoot. elegant new door styling with bright metal insets, safety armrests and shielded door handles. Smart new steering wheel that makes your hands itch for it. Now the instrument panel. Beautiful new cluster of dials and gauges - and so simple to comprehend. Three-speed, column-mounted shift is standard. With ventipanes gone we developed a whole new ventilation system - Astro Ventilation. In addition to the regular cowl side vents, two adjustable vent-ports mounted on the instrument panel admit outside air. You get both high and low level ventilation. Sport coupe models feature special pressure relief valves to keep the air flow constant.
Now you take it from here.