Re: Looking at a 68
That looks an awful lot like a car I passed on 3 years ago from a place in Knightstown IN, from a dealer I think called Classic 500 or something like that. He was wanting 16 at the time for it. It looked good in pictures, but when I drove to see in person it was very, very rough, top show signs of rust under the vinly, underside was rough, missing bolts here and there, coat hanger exhaust etc.
The only difference was he said it had a 350 crate motor, but all other specs seem the same, 4 speed, 12 bolt etc. (Also the hurst shifter with boot was the same)
Not positive it's the same car, but sure looks like it.
It's about 2 hours from me, and if I wasn't so darn busy with my job, farming, getting my car and building done, I would volunteer to go inspect it for you, I just truly don't have the time right now, if your in no big hurry and are really interested in it and it doesn't sell, I could probably go take a look middle of next month.
But from your added pics and from my gut feeling, I think 18 is way too much, it's gonna need a lot of metal replaced from the looks of it.
1968 Camaro SS 396 M20 Posi