The 1968 Camaro Classic Cars little changed for the second year of Camaro production after 1967 camaro. The square headlights from 1967 were replaced with rectangular ones. Side markers were added and the vents were removed from the windows. All minor stuff which says that overall the designers got it right the first time. Pony Car fans were well satisfied with the car also. In 1967, Chevrolet sold about 221,000 Camaros. In 1968, sales were over 235,000. The car was well received.
The base Camaro continued to be the car that emphasized looks over performance. The largest engine available in the base lineup was the 327ci small block. The Super Sport or SS continued to be the ground pounder of the group. It was a ¼ mile machine. The Super Sport 396 package included a unique hood with twin banks of four square simulated air intakes, big SS 396 emblems and a host of other performance upgrades.