This 1967 Camaro RS/SS evolved from a father-and-son build into a
no-expense-spared Resto-Mod restoration with a classic
first-generation body style paired with a modern drivetrain and
interior components from a 2002 Camaro. The build started with a
clean, mostly rust-free '67 Camaro from Colorado. A new cowl hood,
custom rear spoiler and mini tub rear were added, the drip rails
were removed and all the seams were filled. Hundreds of hours
blocking and buffing gave it a laser-straight body finished in deep
blue paint with classic '69 hockey stick stripes done in matte
silver to match the wheels. The hideaway headlights were updated
with retro electronic controls, and a custom front valance and
bumper with '69-style driving lights were added. The interior is
all leather and features a customized dash, as well as all-modern
air conditioning and gauges from a 2002 Camaro. This custom is
powered by a 5.7-liter 8-cylinder LS engine backed by a 6-speed
manual transmission and utilizes 4-wheel disc brakes for stopping
power. The completely custom exhaust is ceramic-coated with
CNC-milled custom tips exiting out the rear. The suspension has
been upgraded with a Chris Alston 4-link rear with coilovers, front
tubular control arms and a Viking coilover setup. Rounding out the
look of this Resto-Mod is a set of custom-made 18-inch front and
19-inch rear Boyd Coddington wheels.
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