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 |  Jan 07 2012, 11:00 AM

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Finding a mint condition 1968 Chevy Camaro SS is pretty tough. Finding one with 400-hp and just 5,251-miles, well that’s just a gem. Now one sporting a unique and bright orange paint job like this one? We’ve got ourselves a winner.

Priced at $59,900, this ’68 SS sports a PPG O’So Orange paint job that has been meticulous sprayed onto the car and is “jaw-dropping in the sun.” Supposedly it cost over $10,000 just to paint the vehicle and with immaculate bodywork with completely straight panels, this Camaro is as clean and as pristine as they get.

Under the hood is a 377-cubic inch small block built by Chuck Spanel pushing out more than 400-hp. Power is transferred to the wheels through a four-speed manual transmission from Muncie. For wheels, it runs a staggered 18-inch front, 20-inch rear Coys setup that were installed less than 100-miles ago.

On the inside, the immaculate interior consists of black and gray leather with modern bucket seats and custom door and side panels. This Camaro is a true hot rod with a bit of contemporary tuning sprinkled in, making it an excellent retro resale.

GALLERY: O’So Orange 1968 Chevy Camaro SS

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[Source: RK Motors]