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The history of the C3 Corvette 1968-1982.

1968 Bizzarrini 5300 GT Strada - POV Test Drive

1968 Bizzarrini 5300 GT Strada

1968 Chevrolet Camaro LSX Pro Touring

Shelby GT500 Powered 1968 Ford Bronco - Jay Leno’s Garage

1968 Porsche 912: Third Owner

1968 Camaro

1968 Camaro Gets A Built 383!

1968 Porsche 911: Bahama Mama

68 Fbird

Super Chevy Muscle Car Challenge 2019 | SECOND PLACE | 1968 Camaro by Ar...

1968 Dodge Charger RTR - Jay Leno's Garage

Mopar Lowliner 5.9 liter Cummins Diesel Pickup Truck at 2019 SEMA

Mopar to Debut Two Customized Concept Trucks at SEMA Show

Mopar rumbles into the great outdoors and offers a modern take on classic customization with two unique pickup trucks A total of 14 different customized vehicles on display at Mopar’s 15,000-square-foot SEMA Show exhibit More news on tap during the brand’s SEMA press briefing at 7:26 p.m. Eastern/4:26 p.m. Pacific on Tues., Nov. 5. Press briefing streamed live online at Mopar.com October 30, 2019 , Auburn Hills, Mich. - The Mopar brand will take the stand at the biggest of all aftermarket parts shows to reveal two new pickup truck concepts customized with a unique combination of Mopar production and prototype parts and accessories. The Ram 1500 Rebel OTG (Off The Grid), an overlanding-themed vehicle concept, and the Mopar Lowliner Concept, a reimagined 1968 Dodge D200-series pickup, will be shown for the first time at the 2019 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show – the premier automotive specialty products trade exhibition in the world. “These veh

Highland Green Metallic 1968 Mustang GT 2+2 Fast...

1968 Astrovette Drive and Ride Along NCM August 2019

5hrs | National Corvette Museum - 1968 Corvette ASTRO and ASTRO II (mid-engine)...

6hrs | The XP-880 Astro II

For a period starting in the late 1960s, it looked like everyone was going mid-engine. After Lamborghini turned the world on its head with the excruciatingly beautiful Miura in 1966, mid-mounted drivetrain layouts became de rigueur in 1970s supercars. Ferrari followed suit with the 206 Dino and later 365 GT4 BB, Lancia with the Stratos, and even Maserati joined the fray in 1971 with the mid-engined Bora. It wasn’t just the Italians, either—Mercedes-Benz tested the handsome C111 platform, and later BMW launched the M1. If there was a high-performance, high-dollar car in the 1970s, you can be sure the automaker at least tested a mid-engine platform. Unsurprisingly, that also included General Motors. After its CERV II concept successfully demonstrated the General’s capacity for cutting-edge tech, serious attention was turned toward moving the Corvette’s V-8 thumper amidships. Papa Corvette—Zora Arkus-Duntov—really, really liked the idea of a mid-engined Vette to keep up with Europe’s

1968 Mercedes-Benz 280SE: The Blau Coupe

1968 Mercury Cougar: The "Mature" Muscle Car