However, that car (along with 3 others) was being sold in one lot on ebay by "software2030" on 4-23-07 with the following description:
( 1968 ) GENUINE Z-28 4 SPEED
68-12437 NOR 38188
VIN - 124378N338222 ( NOT NUMBERS MATCHING )
HAS THE ORIGINAL CALIPER BRAKES THAT WERE LIMITED TO ONLY 365 Z-28 CAMAROS, MOST ALL OF THE INTERIOR, ALL CHROME AND BUMPERS, RUNNING V-8 383 STROKER WITH A TH400 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, ORIGINAL 10-BOLT REAREND, ALL ORIGINAL METAL, NEW WELDED FLOOR PANS, NO TITLE. THE CAR IS AN ORIGINAL 4 SPEED AND HAS BEEN CONVERTED OVER TO AN AUTOMATIC WITH THE ORIGINAL CLUTCH STILL IN PLACE ON THE FLOOR. THE MOTOR IN THIS PARTICULAR CAR IS VERY STRONG AND POSITIVELY FAST! THE CAR HAS BEEN VERIFIED THROUGH WWW.CAMAROS.ORG AND OTHER SITES TO BE AN AUTHENTIC Z-28 CAR!
There are a few things wrong with his statement:
Original caliper brakes that were limited to only 365 Z-28 Camaros.
For 1968 the J52 Power Disk Brake option wasn't a "Z-28 only" package. A total of 20,117 cars came that way.
Original 10 bolt rear end.
The Z-28 was equiped with a 12 bolt axle.
The car has been verified through WWW.CAMAROS.ORG and other sites to be an authentic Z-28 car.
Who on this site authenticated this car???
His description has now been modified a bit saying the 10 bolt isn't original. here's the CURRENT AUCTION
, and the PREVIOUS AUCTION