For 1968, Chevrolet could leave well enough alone with its instant hit, the Camaro. It had proven a worthy answer to the Mustang, with sales numbers looking strong and wins racking up on the race track. The changes from 1967 to 1968 were subtle, but thoughtful. For example, the vent windows that framed the A-pillars were eliminated. Since there were no longer the “smoker” windows, Chevy had to do something about getting airflow to the driver. GM installed air vents below the dash; a feature it called “Astro-Ventilation.”

1968 Camaro SS