This gorgeous 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Custom ZL-1 w/625HP is total eye candy and the ultimate pro touring G-machine. This is a true “Pro Touring” car with proven Autocross experience which is documented. This car was built with many high-end components to perform at a high level. As the receipts document a total of $143,000.00 was invested in this car and that’s with an extremely low labor rate. The car sports the most beautiful shade of Blue on the exterior along with a slightly custom black interior. It has a great stance on Budnik Shotgun wheels with Dunlop tires. The engine compartment and undercarriage is highly detailed throughout. The car is powered by a fuel injected GM Performance ZL1 Aluminum 489 V8 engine w/625HP and a T-56 Magnum 6-speed manual transmission. It has been featured in three magazines and has won multiple awards. The binders with receipts and build specifications along with the three magazines are included with the sale but the awards are not. This is the perfect show and go classic muscle car for a true driving enthusiast.
The exterior of this car is total eye candy with its beautiful design and color scheme. This car definitely has the pop factor that attracts a ton of attention. The body is really straight and it has really nice gap lines throughout. The car has a new steel cowl hood, front spoiler, rear spoiler and “RS” style headlight setup. The hood, doors and trunk lid close very nicely. The body was finished in GM Arrival Blue which is a spectacular color especially on a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. The body and paint work was completed by well-known Syndicate Automotive Concepts in California. The paint job is beautiful and show quality but not flawless. This car was completed roughly ten years ago and has been driven almost 6,000 miles so there are some minor imperfections. The paint was recently detailed to a brilliant shine. The blue color is complemented with satin black accents which can be found on the front grille, lower quarter trim and rear tail panel. All of the glass is new and lightly tinted throughout. All of glass trim is beautiful and fits very nicely. Everything on the exterior has been restored or replaced such as the wipers, dual mirrors, door handles, grille, headlight covers, front bumper, rear bumper, marker lights and lights. Some of the custom exterior features include Detroit Speed windshield wiper motor, Detroit Speed electric headlights, front tow hook, rear taillight bezels and ZL1 emblems on the grille, fenders and rear tail panel. The car is a great stance on custom built Budnik Shotgun wheels that are polished with a brushed center. The front wheels are 18” and the rear wheels are 19”. The wheels are wrapped with Dunlop Direzza Z2 tires that are 265/35/18 on the front and 275/35/19 on the rear. “Lucky Sevens” is dressed to impress!
The interior of this car is car is the perfect combination of original and custom. The entire interior was stripped to a bare shell during the restoration and covered with B-Quiet sound deadening. This material keeps the heat and road noise out of the cabin. The color was changed from Black Houndstooth to all Black. Everything in the interior was restored or replaced such as the headliner, sun visors, dash pad, dash instrumentation and accessories, steering wheel, door sills, door panels, door hardware, seats and carpeting. The headliner does have some wrinkles throughout. Some of the interior custom features include a Ridetech “Tiger Cage” roll car that removes to access back seats, Autowire wiring harness, rear view mirror, dash bezel, Autometer Ultralite carbon fiber gauges, Detroit Speed billet knobs, oil temp gauge in ash tray, tilt steering column with billet stalks, Budnik “G10” steering wheel, center console with carbon fiber shift bezel, leather boot, Hurst shifter, switches, cup holders and storage compartment, Arizen Racing leather bucket seats, Sparco 4-point harness, matching rear seat with seat belts, drilled door and window cranks, aluminum pedals and thick carpeting with custom Camaro embossed floor mats. It also has a custom sound system consisting of a Pioneer stereo unit, Alpine amplifier and four Infinity speakers. The front speakers are located in the kicker panels and the rear speakers are located on the package tray. The trunk compartment was also wrapped in B-Quiet sound deadening. It was boxed and upholstered in black leather. A blue bow tie emblem was added to match the exterior color. An Optima Red Top battery was mounted in the trunk with an aluminum case. It’s equipped with a battery disconnect knob and quick hookup harness for charging for storage. This car is equipped with a Viper alarm system that works excellent.
The engine compartment is highly detailed throughout with many custom components. The back side of the hood was painted the body color which looks great. The hood has a chrome hood latch spring and Detroit Speed aluminum hood hinges. The firewall was painted satin black. A set of Anvil carbon fiber inner fenders were added which not only look great but reduce the weight by 15 pounds. They also allow for a wider front wheel clearance. A set of Fesler aluminum fender braces were added which also look great. It has a custom Autorad radiator support that was power coated satin black to match the firewall. All of the hoses are separated with custom separators and have heat shrink clamps. The car is powered by a fuel injected GM Performance ZL1 aluminum 489 V8 engine w/ 625HP. It was built and blueprinted by Pettis Performance. It’s 10.4:1 compression so it runs on 91+ octane pump gas. It starts and runs like a small block. It’s equipped with Brodix aluminum heads, a road-racing high-capacity oil pan and a custom pulley system. It’s also equipped with an Accusump Oil accumulator system for pre-startup oiling which avoids wear on the engine over time. Just the engine and the engine accessories was $23,512.00. This is an amazing engine for power and reliability. The Holley Avenger electronic fuel injection setup is one of the best on the market. A lap top for programming and tuning is included. It has Aeromotive Stealth fuel tank, Aeromotive fuel system components, full PTFE fuel lines, II Much Fabrication fuel vent so there is never any gas smells. The engine breathes through Hedmann Hedders ceramic headers and Magnaflow exhaust system that was wrapped with heat tape in sections. The engine is cooled by an Autorad aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. This amazing cooling system stays at 190 degrees. The engine is coupled to a T-56 Magnum 6-speed manual transmission with overdrive. It has a Centerforce DYAD 1000HP dual-disc clutch, short-throw Hurst shifter, QuickTime SFI bellhousing, SpeedTech cross member and GM Hydraulic clutch system. The power is turned through a QA-1 carbon fiber driveshaft which is 12 pounds lighter than a steel driveshaft and noticeably better. The power is transferred to a Moser 12-bolt POSI rear end with 3.42 gears, 33-spline TruTrac axles, Ford Torino big bearings and bolt-in axles and aluminum girdle. This car is equipped with a great drivetrain!
The undercarriage is also highly detailed throughout with many custom components. The underside of this car is nice enough to display with mirrors at a car show. The floors were painted in a semi-gloss black which looks great. The Lee Power Steering and Moog power steering system is awesome and has a remote finned power steering reservoir for improved cooling on the track. The front and rear suspension components and subframe connectors are by SpeedTech, Hotchkis and Global West. It has AFCO double-adjustable shocks on all 4 corners that can be set for street or track. It’s equipped with a Wilwood braking system with a polished master cylinder, 6-piston calipers with 14” rotors on the front and 13” on the rear. It even has Wilwood street/track brake pads. This car is built to pound the pavement while looking good doing it. Rock and Roll.