1968 Muscle Cars

 
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1968 AMX
The AMC AMX or American Motors Experiential as it was officially known made its first public appearance at a press review at the Dayton International Speedway in February 1968 and later that month at the Chicago Automobile Show. By...
 
 
1968 Barracuda
Since the Barracuda had received a complete overhaul in 1967, the styling of the car remained essentially a carry over from that year. However, the two year models are easily distinguished by round sidemarker lights on the 1968 models...
 
 
1968 Camaro
Little changed for the second year of Camaro production. Minor changes were made to the front and rear of the car. The square headlights from the 1967 Camaro were replaced with rectangular ones. Side markers were added and the...
 
 
1968 Charger
The second-generation Chargers feature the body style that comes to mind of most people when they hear the word Charger. Sure, this may in part come from their famous TV placements (“Dukes of Hazzard”), but Edmunds offers a simpler...
 
 
1968 Chevelle
The 1968 Chevelle models boasted a distinctly changed body style that ushered the car into what has become known as its second generation. All 2-door models featured semi-fastback rooflines, with sedans featuring more of a curve at the rear...
 
 
1968 Corvette
The styling for the third generation Corvette was based on the Mako Shark II show car designed by GM designer Larry Shinoda in 1965, hence the “shark” label on this generation. Like the Mako Shark, the Corvette was seen,...
 
 
1968 Cougar
On the surface, it doesn’t seem like much changed from the initial Cougar of 1967 and the 1968 model, but quite a few changes were happening both under the hood and to the styling. Though once again, the only...
 
 
1968 El Camino
Since the second-generation El Camino had been introduced in 1964 (following a three year break from the end of the first generation of the car), the car/truck hybrid had been changed very little, with any alterations made as part...
 
 
1968 Firebird
After a successful, and relatively short, debut year, changes to the 1968 Firebird were very slight. And Pontiac’s “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” strategy apparently worked, as production was up 29.74 percent over the previous year. Advertisements...
 
 
1968 GTO
Five years in the row and GTO was unbeatable as the most desirable muscle of the 60’s. Marking the start of another successful generation of the famous ‘goat’, the 1968 Pontiac GTO received a heavy makeover. It was a...
 
 
1968 GTX
Since the GTX had been introduced in 1967 and was based on the Belvedere line, it underwent the same styling changes every car based on the Belvedere did in 1968. And it remained the top performance and luxury model...
 
 
1968 Impala
When the 1968 Impala lines rolled off the line, they were very similar to the 1967 models. Other than the aforementioned changes, Chevy opted to leave the car pretty much as is, despite the fact that sales had been...
 
 
1968 Javelin
When American Motors introduced the 1968 Javelin, they presented a car that was like no other car in their lineup at the time. Designed to compete with the soaring sales of the Ford Mustang and the one-year-old Chevy Camaro...
 
 
1968 Mustang
The biggest changes to the 1968 Mustang line were a few differences in engine options, including the previously 302, which for years would remain a popular engine in many Ford models. Stylistically, little changed from the revamp that occurred...
 
 
1968 Nova
The Chevy Nova had come a long way since it was introduced as the very basic Chevy II compact in 1962. Though the Nova 400 and Nova SS were technically upgraded trim lines under the Chevy II nameplate, The...
 
 
1968 Olds 442
1968 was a very big year for the 442, starting with the fact that it was finally made into its very own model. From the time that the first 442 was released in 1964 up until 1967, it had...
 
 
 
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