'68 Camaro was brought to us by the original owner who recently had the
bodywork restored. The car sat in the elements undriven for over ten
the interior looked it.
Our mission was to restore it to the way it looked when
it rolled out of the showroom in '68.
We repadded and reupholstered the seats in the original
red vinyl in the original stitching design.
The whole interior needed an overhaul.
The rear seat was also redone to match the fronts.
The molded deluxe door panels were also shot.
The entire door structure was replaced as original including
the chrome trim, carpet bottoms, handles and emblem.
The console and dash also needed restoration.
We pulled the windshield, replaced the dash pad and the
forward metal dash pan. We repainted the metal dash facia, steering column
The floor carpet was worn, torn and mildewed.
It needed to be stripped down to the metal.
From years of water leakage, the floor pan was rusted.
The floor was scraped and rust painted. A layer of heat
and sound reduction dynamat padding was then installed.
In addition to installing the correct, original, molded
80/20 carpet, we also supplied a matching set of custom floor mats
with the Camaro logo.
The top had also seen better days. In fact, the back
window was so fogged, you couldn't see out of it.
We installed a new, double texture, white vinyl convertible
top and window. Clearly, a good choice.
To upgrade the stereo system, we hid a radio with CD
player in the glove box, wired in a remote eye by the steering column
to control it, and installed new, high output speakers hidden in the
Let the good times roll again!
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