1969 Chevrolet Camaro LS3 RS/SS Pro-Touring Restomod Coupe
No Reserve Classics is very proud to present to you this completely restored Pro-Touring ’69 Camaro that is just built for cross-country driving. This car fulfills the dream of classic muscle, high performance, luxury, and handling all into one package. Modern 6.2L LS3 Power, T-56 6-Speed Manual Transmission, ICE COLD Air Conditioning, Custom Deluxe Houndstooth Interior, Power Door Locks, Center Console and so much more! There is plenty to be said about this car that we are confident it will be exactly what you are looking for. The days of carbureted cast iron Small Block’s and Big Block’s are over. The new age All Aluminum LS is the way to go and truly transforms the way a classic muscle car performs across the board between street cruising, acceleration, high end horsepower, mid-range torque, weight, and even the handling! Easy startups, reliability, modern precision tuning, and modern fuel mileage are just some of the things you will see with an LS-Swapped Muscle Car like this.
Doesn’t stop there! Brand New Custom American Racing Draft Flow-Forged Wheels sets the aggressive stance on this beautiful ’69 Camaro. CPP Independent Front Suspension, 4-Wheel Corvette Power Disc Brakes, and Power Steering keeps this car tight as can be yet provides exceptional comfort and easy drivability for long trips and cross-country driving.
Now do not stop here. There is lots to be said about this car that we haven’t covered here. Keep reading about what makes this LS-Swapped Camaro so special and why it should be in your driveway today!
Under the Hood:
Overall this Pro-Touring Camaro presents itself with show-stopping looks and appeal and drives incredibly well with all of the upgrades it has seen. However, please keep in mind that this car is a complete restomod with none of the factory drive-train components and therefore cannot verify it to be an original RS, SS, or RS/SS born car.
Although this car looks absolutely stunning, please understand that this is still a 50 year old car with imperfections as it wasn't restored yesterday and has some mileage since the build. As with all classic cars, it will need odds and ends down the road as you begin to drive it more often but still nonetheless an iconic and one of the most sought-after classic cars that you will be proud to own and very happy to drive in!
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