With a fair degree of certainty I can say that the letters “4×4” have never before been used directly after the words “1968 Chevy Camaro convertible.” But here, right before our eyes, a 1968 Chevy Camaro Convertible 4×4. For reals, people, for reals. Now it’s not like the Camaro itself was a showpiece. It’s obviously been enjoyed thoroughly over its nearly 50 years on this planet. But what scares me is the seller says that his father owned this car for 40 years! Wait, whaaaaat? Like he made a ’68 Camaro convertible into a 4×4 in 1975!?! My guess is probably not, since the running gear on this monster was donated by a Jeep Cherokee.
So what we have is a Cheromaro. The Cheromaro has a Chevy 350 V8 and Borg Warner Super T10 transmission. So we’ve got parts spanning nearly every decade – a ’68 Camaro body, ’70s Borg Warner transmission, most likely ’80s Jeep Cherokee frame and V8 engine, and the Tasmanian Devil floor mats might even span in to the early ’90s. So, yeah, it’s a conglomeration of really fricking scary parts that you’ll never, ever figure out, all topped off with the hood ornament from a Mack truck.
You may be laughing, but so is the Yonkers, New York seller, because the Cheromaro is already fetching bids in excess of ten grand. Ehhhh-heh-heh, shut up Beavis, there’s no such thing as a Cheromaro. Well, Butthead, indeed there is.