1968 Camaro - Interior

1968 Camaro - Interior

The finished interior looks much more stock than the original movie car, which had the gauges mounted where the Vintage Air and Stereo controls are now. The center console was altered to match the original but has difference which you can compare with the photos on page one of this article.

1968 Camaro

Another difference is the roll cage. The original car had a full race roll cage with a bar that crossed the center line of the door. According to Paul LeMat, that made it difficult to get in and out of.

1968 Camaro, center consol. Hurst shifter.

I wonder what those switches do....? But that Hurst shift knob is connected to a 6-speed Dark Horse Performance Inc., GM T56 Tremec Transmission.

Recaro seats.

The Recaro seats come equipped with 5-point restraints by Crow Enterprises.

Stereo and AC controls Console with Paul LeMat signiture.

Paul LeMat, who played "Bobby" in the movie, signed Randy's center console when they met at the Temecula Cruise held on Oct 6th and 7th, 2006.

Backseat and roll cage.

Those back seat cusions are pretty comfy... if you can get into them. At least you have something to hold onto once you're there.

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