JCG Restoration’s Pro-touring 1968 Camaro

JCG Restorations 1968 Pro-touring Camaro with LS7 engine swap

JCG Restoration has built an incredible 1968 Pro-touring Camaro. Under the carbon fiber hood sits a 600 horsepower LS7 motor built by QMP Racing. The engine also features a dry sump oil system, Detroit Speed and Engineering headers and a Speartech engine harness. All that power gets routed through a six-speed T-56 transmission, ACT clutch, and out through a bulletproof Moser 9 inch Ford differential. JCG upgraded the braking to Wilwood C6 Corvette Road Race brakes upfront and Wilwood W4R brakes in back.

LS7 in 1968 Pro-touring Camaro engine bay

To help with not only the look but also weight, the header, hood, and cowl panel are carbon fiber from Anvil Auto. JCG also stretched the quarter panels and fenders. Finishing off the appearance are a set of Forgeline ZX3R wheels, 18×10 upfront and 19×12 in back.

Purists might scoff at this Camaro but if you enjoy modern performance with classic looks, this is the car of your dreams.

1968 Pro-touring Camaro front grill with LS7 engine swap

1968 Pro-touring Camaro with LS7 engine swap

1968 Pro-touring Camaro with LS7 engine swap

1968 Pro-touring Camaro with LS7 engine swap

Source: LS1Tech


  1. Fernando ramirez

    hey im a high school teen that fortunatley got my hands on a 68 ss camaro and was wondering about the wheels you guys put on this camaro. did you guys make and mods to the fenders ans stuff to fit in the 10 and 12 inch wheels under the car. cause i want to use some thing like that but im not so sure thank you and man that car is bithchen!!!!!!!

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