This custom '69 Camaro Pro-Touring has the best of everything.
Mountains of power made by the GM Performance 6.2L LS3 engine,
backed by a professionally built 700R4 transmission. The whole
affair is controlled by GM's Connect and Cruise Powertrain System.
Power is nothing without handling. This car has that covered with a
Heidt's coil-over SLA front suspension and a Detroit Speed and
Engineering Four-Link rear. The Ford 9 inch mini-tubbed rear runs
3.70 gears and holds meaty 295/35/19 tires. 245/40/ZR19's ride out
All the creature comforts are present and accounted for, Air Conditioning, Rack and Pinion Power Steering, Wilwood Power Disc Brakes, power interior accessories, custom audio system, and more. The engine's accessories are all kept in line by the Billet Specialties Tru Track pulley system.
Styling is always as important as performance. This beauty has that in spades, Frenched bumpers shaved door handles, and flush fit glass clean up the iconic lines of the '69 Camaro. The exterior was treated to a two-tone blue over the gray color scheme, complete with airbrushed graphics.
The gray leather interior ties the entire design theme together. Modern touches can be found throughout the cabin, Autometer digital-analog gauges, including a flow through center console, seat back pockets, and carbon fiber inserts.
If you are looking for a classic Camaro that features modern performance and comfort, then this one is ready for the show, and the open road.
Here is a Rig Rundown:
GM Performance LS3, making 535hp
Custom 700R4 Transmission
Heidts Pro G Sub Frame and Coil-over SLA front suspension
Detroit Speed and Engineering Quadralink Rear, Ford 9 Inch center section
Custom two toned paint with airbrushed graphics
Full Custom Interior, Leather, Keyless Entry, and Push Button Start
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