What's better than a 1969 Chevy Camaro? A restored restomod that
offers the ultimate pony car with huge fuel-injected big block
power, custom A/C interior, a stunning metallic presentation, and
much more. That's what takes an icon into exotic status.
Highlighting the bodywork on this fully restored beauty is a steely
blue paint that looks as solid as titanium but with a metallic
element that radiates in the sunlight. But before the first drop of
paint went down, they took the time to really get the body right.
So excellent gaps and straight panels give the ideal canvas for
this shiny modern clearcoat. On a finish this nice, only the best
brightwork would do. So you can see a solid investment everywhere
from the window trim to the chrome bumpers. This also doesn't skip
out on all the performance elements that make this coupe an icon.
The cowl induction hood, front air dam, and D80 full-width spoiler
are all essentials. Plus, the iconic dual stripe package was
carefully laid down with a pearl white for added distinction. And
those 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust style wheels add to both
the sporty look and overall shine of this stellar package.
The full appeal of the interior is as clear as black and white,
literally. You immediately see the modern Recaro sports seats with
terrific bolstering for the driver and passenger. It goes nicely
with the plush black carpet and fresh black dash. The side panels
and rear seat are completed in white, and the effect is like they
are wrapping around the dark performance heart of this Camaro. It
really is a terrific performance setup with a Lokar shifter and
wood-rimmed grippy sports steering wheel w/power steering. Plus,
there's a custom gauge panel full of AutoMeter Pro-Comp Ultra Lite
readouts, including a large speedo and tach. There's even an
Edelbrock fuel-injection control unit within easy reach on the
dash. Plus, with cold-blowing air conditioning, feel free to roll
down all the windows on this hardtop and listen to that big block
The 502 cubic-inch big block crate motor is a larger and meaner V8
than anything Chevrolet ever did with the Camaro. It looks great
with the upgraded pulleys w/serpentine belts and aluminum radiator
w/dual electric fans. Plus, that gasket around the air element is a
great classic piece that also lets the V8 inhale fresh air from the
cowl hood. This monster motor has great performance components like
aluminum heads, the Edelbrock adjustable fuel-injection system, and
long tube headers feeding the H-pipe dual exhaust. But more than
just pure power, this was a total thoughtful build. That's why you
have a stout 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission that features
both a shift kit and highway-friendly overdrive. And while you're
checking this one out, don't forget about the undercarriage photos.
There you'll see a clean setup with upgrades like the tubular
control arm front end, subframe connectors, QA1 adjustable shocks,
and Wilwood four-wheel power disc brakes.
This is the kind of Camaro restomod for those who like to be seen,
heard, and envied. If you're not timid, it's time for you to call