I've got to agree with Kyvox here. Without the 302 it isn't worth half of what it could be. a 350 in a Z is just another nice Camaro with a 4 speed and muncie. Just be careful, most of these cars for sale these days are bogus, but there are some real ones out there if you know what to look for. Just so you know or maybe you do already, the tach and gages were optional on the 68 Z and could also be ordered on any 68 Camaro. My first 68 Z did not have gages. Check the redline on the tach, check for power disc brakes, 4 piston calipers, 4 leaf multileaf rear springs and a drivers side dual exhasut reinforcement plate welded to the left rear frame rail (only dual exhaust cars had these). Make sure it was originally a 4 speed car by the routing of the speedo cable and look to see that the hole in the firewall has the clean factory punched hole for the clutch pedal linkage with the factory boot screwed to the hole. Grille should be silver, not black and if an early build date would not have had Z/28 emblems on the fenders, but 302 emblems instead. these were not the same as the 302 emblems the mid year 69s had on their cowl hoods, they are curved to fit the body lines of the 68 fender, I still have some of these if you want the part numbers. Check to see if the back up lights work or at least the wiring to the switch at the trans is still there, a lot of 4 speed transplant cars won't have this. There are a lot of other things to look for, but these usually for me are the major ones that turn up fraud cars. If it's solid and the 302 is included in the price then I'd say buy it if you think it's legit.