1969 Camaro Pro-Touring Restomod! This Camaro was featured on the cover of Super Chevy magazine. It started out as a one-owner, original, rust-free car. Then came the transformation into an unbelievable build, starting with the custom mandrel bent, tube chassis and a complete custom floor pan system. After this painstaking job was completed, the frame was painted and clear coated to show status. Once the chassis was complete only the best parts were installed, starting with the Heidt’s 2 – 1/2″ drop spindles and control arms coupled with QA – 1 adjustable coil over shocks, and 4-Wheel Wilwood disc brakes. Power is supplied by a rock solid drivetrain starting with a modified Chevrolet LS1 V8 with GM Stage 3 aluminum heads, a COMP cam with 11:1 compression and, to spice things up a little, a 150hp shot of nitrous is sent through an LS Super Spyder intake and Nitrous Express injection kit. Under the hood is a Be Cool aluminum radiator, Ice Cold Blowing Vintage Air Conditioning, March front pulley system and Eddie motor sport hood hinges. The power flows through a Tremec T56 6-Speed Manual Transmission and custom built Ford 9″ rear end with a Strange center section. A custom stainless-steel gas tank and hidden nitrous tank provide the fuel. Ceramic coated headers and full ceramic exhaust vent this bad bowtie to an amazing sound. To keep this ride in the firm grip of gravity, it rides on custom Billet Intro Wheels. The body was completely stripped and painted House of Kolor Katchme Kopper topped off with stunning custom flames and then clear coated. The beautiful leather interior features a custom dash and trunk. Auto Meter gauges, Flaming River tilt wheel, custom stereo, power windows, air conditioning, and custom carpet finish off this no expense spared build and Popular Hot Rodding Top 10 Winner.
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Originally listed on October 14, 2018. Older listings are displayed for reference and probably will not be available.
Location: Plymouth, Michigan, United States