A custom car for every customer...is the word from Chevrolet for 1968. The newest regular?
LS ALL CARS
CU IMPALA, PULL BACK
CU ROOFLINE, GIRL GETS IN
CU IMPALA REAR, PULLS OUT
LS IMPALA, REVEAL CHEVELLE
CU FRONT, CHEVELLE, REVEAL CHEVY II
LS CHEVY II
MS CHEVY II, PAN TO CAMARO
CU SIDE, PULLS OUT, REVEALS CORVAIR
LS CORVAIR, REVEALS CORVETTE
MS REMOVE ROOF
MS REMOVE ROOF
MS GIRL APPROACHES
CU GIRL GETS IN
CU LIGHTS OPEN
MS LIGHTS CLOSE
CU REAR, CORVETTE MOVES
LS CORVETTE PROFILE
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Background: A custom car for every customer...is the word from Chevrolet for 1968. The newest regular size Chevrolet is the Impala Custom Coupe, with a notchback roofline.
Taillights are recessed in the new rear bumper, and raised vinyl side molding is standard. In the intermediate class, the Chevelle has a new body. There's a long hood and short deck.....The Chevy II has new rounded body lines, offers a smoother ride, and is available in both two and four-door models. Camaro, Chevrolet's personal size car, starts its second year with all new interiors and a new grille.
Vent windows have been eliminated. Corvair Chevrolet's rear engine car, will be available in sport coupe and convertible models. America's only mass-produced sports car, the Corvette, has a new aerodynamic body for 1968. It will be available as a convertible, or as a "topless" sport coupe, with a removable roof and rear window.
The all-new interior has recessed aircraft-type instrumentation. Windshield wipers are hidden beneath the power operated cowl panel.
Parking lights are beneath the front bumper. Retractable healamps are located above. Corvette has a short rear deck with large tail lamps. Chevrolet will offer a total of 41 models in six lines for 1968.