I'm going to add a little to my previous post. I have never payed more than $25 for a tilt column. You can buy column shift tilts out of older GM cars cheap, one because they are more common especially in Buicks and Pontiacs, two most Camaros have a console floor shift and people don't want a useless shift lever hanging of the column.
If it is a 69 column shift tilt column,and it is going in a 69, all you have to do is remove the shifter, grind down the bowl where the shift lever went in, and fill with JB WELD. All of the 69 featues will still work, wheel will lock and linkage from the trans will still work the reverse lockout. Remove the shift indicator, buy the correct turn signal and tilt lever and flasher knob, once painted no one would ever know.
If it is going in a 68, remove the key as I explained earlier, Then 69 featues such as lockout will not work, but 68 didn't have those features anyway.
GM used the same turn signal switch and neutral safty switch so electrics are not a problem.
You can do a little work or spend 300 dollars, both ways work.