This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Resto-Mod is truly one-of-a-kind. It underwent a no-expense-spared comprehensive professional build. It sports show-quality Merlot Metallic paint with black leather interior. It is powered by a professionally built Dart V8 engine with aluminum heads and a BDS 671 blower paired with a 700R overdrive transmission and 12-bolt Moser rear end with 3.73 gears. The interior features black leather Recaro seats with French red stitching and Camaro embroidery, 5-spoke alloy wheels, red brake calipers, black leather dash with red stitching, black leather steering wheel with gloss black accents and black leather door panels. The body on this Camaro is outstanding. Straight panels with the correct gaps show the high-level of craftsmanship involved in the restoration. All of the exterior chrome and brightwork was replated, repolished or replaced during the restoration. IT has an upgraded fuel, electrical and ignition system with upgraded alternator and wiring; upgraded cooling system, including radiator and cooling fan, water pump and all new belts and hoses; upgraded master cylinder and booster, new exhaust system and new weather stripping. The interior is in good condition throughout, and the dash, fascia, gauges and controls, headliner glove box, carpets, knobs and lights are all in excellent order.
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