Life doesn't get much better than from behind the wheel of 1968 Chevrolet Camaro convertible that leaves you wanting for nothing. It's highly authentic with the numbers-matching V8, restored factory-correct colors inside & out, and even cold factory A/C.The factory-correct Y-code Butternut Yellow is the perfect color for this car. They expertly re-applied this paint during the restoration, which really lets you appreciate the finely pressed sheetmetal crease that runs down the profile in an unbroken fashion. Not to mention, everyone loves a proper proper D80 spoiler. But more than just a distinctive hue and a good canvas to showcase it, the Butternut Yellow goes so nicely with the darker elements of the car. The D91 Bumblebee stripe, black folding roof, and classic-style wide oval tires (with awesome redline setup) are great standouts thanks to a well-coordinated restoration. It only gets better as you look over the brightwork. The thin wraparound chrome bumpers, rocker panel trim, and bright windshield surround are found on other Camaros, but their condition on this droptop just seems to add to its sophistication.Inside is another great reminder of how much was spent on this convertible. We all love a nice black interior, especially when it's looking its best thanks to new seat covers, door panels, carpeting, and plenty of other investments during restoration. It's such a deep and dark presentation that this droptop looks great with the black roof up or down. In between the sleek low-back buckets is the center console that has a working clock and the iconic horseshoe shifter. Camaros are very much built for the driver, and that's why you get a comfortable three-spoke sports steering wheel. Beyond it are the deep dual pods that house the bright original gauges. But whether it's just you or a carload of friends and family, everyone will enjoy the convenience of a power convertible top. Plus, the ice-cold air conditioning allows you to keep the roof down all summer long.The engine is this car's original numbers-matching 327 cubic-inch V8. When this was restored, you can tell there was special attention paid to keeping the small block looking both pristine and stock. Neatly detailed in Chevy orange with standard painted valve covers and a shiny black Turbo-Fire style air cleaner, it's the kind of engine bay that gets appreciative glances from the real enthusiasts at the car shows (and people will even ask about all those factory-style decals.) "Power" is a true buzzword in this car, and it goes well beyond the rumble of the dual exhaust. Power can also mean comfortable cruising with features like power steering, power brakes, and the easy power delivery of a three-speed automatic transmission.Here's a numbers-matching sunshine-friendly droptop in the perfect sunshine-style color. It's a true quality gem, and if you're quick enough, it can be the crown jewel of your garage. Call now!!