How do I identify a 1968 Camaro SS?

The only way to verify a 68 SS is with paperwork or original engine. Post a picture of the engine pad and that will tell you if it’s an SS or not.

How do you tell if my Camaro is a true SS?

the way you can tell if it is a real SS is to look on the driver’s door sticker and look for code WU8. that is the code for an SS and if the car Came with SLP options that sticker would be on the passenger side door. Like the center mounted exhaust which was an SLP option.

How do I know if my 1968 Camaro is a z28?

Documenting a 1968 Z/28 is not a straight forward process… On the 1968 Z/28, you must have either the Protecto-Plate, Broadcast sheet (Production build sheet), or the correct Engine Production Code with the correct Engine Block Vehicle Code stamping to verify that your car is an authentic 1968 Z/28.

How do you read a VIN on a 1968 Camaro?

The VIN Number To start with, the VIN tag on a 1968 Camaro is located on the top of the dash frame. The VIN number will tell you the Camaro’s sub-model, the year of manufacture, the plant at which it was assembled, and the production number. An example of a VIN on a 1968 Camaro would be 124678N501019.

How many digits is a 1968 VIN?

HISTORY: Between 1968 and 1980, all manufacturers issued VINs for their vehicles, but there was no uniformity. Some manufacturers issued 13-digit VINs, while others issued 11-digit or even 9-digit VIN’s.

What engine came in a 1968 Camaro Z28?

The 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Engine The ’68 Chevy Camaro Z/28 was powered by a 302 cubic inch V8 engine that could produce 400 horsepower. The car was advertised as being able to produce only 290 horsepower but that figure was found to be drastically understated.

How do you tell if a 1968 Camaro is a true RS?

There are NO codes on 1968 and 1969 Camaros that will verify the RS option. Check our trim tag information for 1967 Camaros. Again there are NO codes on 1968 and 1969 Camaros to verify the RS option. Each first gen RS was a little different but they all had hideaway headlights.