If you''re looking for the ideal car to hit the cruise nights this summer, what could be better than a rockin'' early Camaro? Sporting a muscle-bound small block, awesome paint, fresh interior work and lots of attitude, this clean blue machine is ready to have fun. Nobody can argue that the early Camaros, with their smooth looks and minimum of fussy ornamentation, were not awesome-looking cars. Heck, GM itself practically started reproducing the things with the latest generation, but even they don''t quite hold the appeal that cars like this ''68 hardtop do. A good amount of time and effort was invested in making this F-body look like it does, and you can instantly tell that this wasn''t built in some guy''s garage. Super-straight panels and professional-levels of fit and finish make it impressive in person and a delight to park in your own garage. Contrasting white stripes over a cowl-induction hood are the uniform of choice for street predators like this, and it''s refreshing to see one of these that isn''t dressed up like a fake SS. A ducktail spoiler, nice chrome bumpers, and the two-element taillights give it a great look that isn''t trying to be anything other than fast. Camaro interiors are always well-designed, and the guts of this hardtop have been expertly restored to like new condition. Fresh seat covers accurately replicate the originals, although the door panels may very well be nicely preserved originals. Soft parts like the carpet, headliner, and dash pad are also new, the period-correct steering wheel fits great in your hands, and the woodgrained center console warms up all the black vinyl quite nicely. The factory gauges remain in those deeply recessed binnacles, while a trio of auxiliary gauges has been mounted just ahead of the cool horseshoe shifter. A Kenwood digital AM/FM/cassette head unit has been installed in the original location, so modern sounds are easy to bring with you. Under that decklid spoiler, there''s a clean trunk with a fresh mat. A freshly built 350 cubic inch small block has been nestled between the fenders, and the list of performance parts is extensive. An Edelbrock intake wears a Holley carburetor, a combination that was perfected years ago, along with an HEI ignition to light the fires. Chevy Orange paint is brilliant against the Cobalt Blue bodywork and black engine bay, and it wears enough chrome to really stand out, from the monogrammed valve covers to the accessory brackets up front. A set of long-tube headers dump into a great-sounding exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers, while a TH350 3-speed automatic handles gear swaps and feeds a rugged 10-bolt rear end. Solid floors are further evidence that this has always been a nicely maintained car, and overall it drives very well. Fresh Rally wheels wearing staggered 225/60/15 front and 265/50/15 rear BFGoodrich T/A radials give it an awesome rake that''s ready to rumble. These days it''s refreshing to see a Camaro that isn''t pretending to be something it''s not. Fast, clean, and solid, this one is simply built for fun. Call today. This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.