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DA Posted on August 1, 2016

1968 Camaro Street Machine Is A Celebration Of Period-Correct Aftermarket Mods

Somewhere between the hot-rod enthusiasts with one-of-a-kind open top roadsters and factory correct all-original purists, you'll find the lover of period-correct aftermarket modified Street Machines. Would Muscle Cars be the same if they had come into their prime in any other era than the late 60's and early 70's? The mustard-colored kitchen appliance aesthetic of that time gave the impolite horsepower arms-race an appeal that may be one of the most bad*ss things in all of the universe.
 
It's no wonder many present-day Muscle Car enthusiasts love the "lightly-modified", period-correct, aftermarket mods commonly known as Street Machines. Not factory correct original, but period-correct modifications - meaning modifications that happened during the 60s and 70s with the original owner. Hood scoops, fleck paint with panel detailing, and mag wheels no bigger than 15 or 16 inches.
 
When it come to period-correct aftermarket mods, Legendary Motors (http://www.legendarymotorsllc.com/) is crushing it with this 1968 Camaro (http://www.legendarymotorsllc.com/vehicles/114/1968-chevrolet-camaro) featuring blue and red panel graphics over white pearl paint and a powerful stance. 

In fact, this car is so popular that even our compadres over at BestRides.com are calling it the most "70est thing ever." Check it out - http://bestride.com/news/entertainment/this-1968-camaro-is-the-70s-est-thing-ever
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