GM did a lot of option mixing , I used to get in an argument every weekend at a cruz in or car show with my 67 , it is a 327 210 horsepower with a two barrell carb but it has a console with gauge's and factory installed tach , people would argue up and down that because it was a two barrell it COULD NOT have a factory tach , well after more info surfaced come to find out my tach redlines at 5K which is only correct for one engine A 327 210 HORSEPOWER ! I had a 69 chevelle that came from the factory with a 396 375 and a muncie 3 speed ! found the build sheet under the carpet it was coded MC1 muncie 3 speed ! so to have a camaro with a deluxe interior and no console would have been a normal thing ,,
In high school I had a 68 327/210 hp powerglide, column shift, A/C, PS, PB, wheel covers, black vinyl top, blue with bright blue interior and a BENCH seat. I wish I had that car today. Just very different. It had 64,000 miles when we picked it up from the original owner. Paid $1,200 for it in 1979.