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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2011
    Hamilton, NJ
    Country Flag: United States

    Default 1968 Carbon Camaro

    Here is one of our projects at GB Performance Restorations that have fallen on hard times. The current customer has asked us to go ahead and see if anyone would be interested in purchasing his 1968 Camoro Convertible. The car has been set up for a 345/30/19 in the rear and a 265/35/18 in the front. The fenders and doors are in good condition. Has complete stock interior with convertible top. The rear frame clip has already been welding into new frame rails. The front of the car has been pinched 2 1/2" for more agressive stance. We have some pictures up on our web site at our check out our build tread on project updates under 1968 Carbon Camaro.

    Here is a list of some of the parts that have been purchased already.
    1). TCI front tubular sub frame with sway bar set up.
    2). Wilwood 13" rotors with 6 piston calipers for the front and 4 piston for rear.
    3). Art Morrision 3 link rear clip with sway bar, Strange 31 spline axels.
    3). Andvil Carbon fiber Hood, Cowl with out cowl vents, Upper header, Deck lid, rear Spoiler all full carbon fiber.
    4). New full quarters.
    5). Michelin Pro Cup tires.
    6). Many misc. parts

    If you were to add all the parts that have been purchased, the labor that has been paid for, and the purchase of the car there is $80,000.00 investment made so far.

    We are serious about completing this car. We are looking for a buyer that would consider us to finish this project. For more information you can send a email a or give us a call at 609-581-1800.
    Gary Betsy
    Gary Betsy's Performance Restorations
    275 RT 156 Hamilton, NJ 08620
    (609) 581-1800

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    Thompsons Station, TN
    Country Flag: United States

  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2005
    Country Flag: United States


    Need a price per forum rules.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    South Carolina


    Quote Originally Posted by Rod View Post
    ??? pictures??

    link, since it took a bit of poking around to find it:

    looks like it is in a roller...

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