This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Restomod is what many of you Chevy fans
have been waiting for. Because beneath that bold factory-correct
color is an A/C interior, five-speed upgrade, and a well-built
small block V8. It makes for a stunning icon with all the right
investment to be a great all-around driver.
This coupe has been given a serious investment to get the best
features. It starts off with the paint. Daytona Yellow was only
offered on the first-gen in '69, and this rare factory-correct
color was given an awesome professional respray to make sure people
take notice. The consignor states $20k was invested in the paint
alone, and that's just the tip of a total quality restoration.
After all, if you're going to invest big in paint, then you're also
going to make sure the body looks absolutely terrific, too. And as
you look over the whole car, you can tell it was a thoughtful and
coordinated restoration. The deep black details look great against
the yellow in places like the SS grille, front air dam, and of
course, the full set of dual racing stripes painted on top. And if
that didn't intimidate everyone already, the real cowl induction
hood and D80 rear spoiler will. Mirror-like bumpers, bright trim,
and mag-style SS wheels all contribute to a very vintage and very
The black accents of the exterior get you ready for the full black
interior. You will instantly recognize the difference a well-done
total package makes with fresh upholstery, a taut headliner, and a
smooth dash. There are even premium details, like the deluxe door
panels and the wood-like trim. You'll really love the full vintage
style, right down to the button-top presentation on the seats. But
when investing in a car like this, there's also room for the best
upgrades. It includes an AM/FM digital tuner, upgraded stereo
speakers, and ice-cold R134a air conditioning. The dual spoke
steering wheel gives you a clear view to the large speedo and tach,
and the quad auxiliary gauge package is on the center console.
Plus, while we love the look of the classic Hurst shifter, have you
counted the gears on it yet?
The engine bay is filled with V8 power. This is a later Vortec 350
cubic-inch roller motor. It's built with a Quadrajet four-barrel
carburetor, GM aluminum intake, and headers feeding the H-pipe dual
exhaust. And you'll love the style on this one everywhere from the
tidy hoses to the gasket that seals the air grabber to the fresh
air cowl hood. It's a strong total package, and you get to control
it better thanks to the upgrade to a new Tremec TKO five-speed
manual transmission fined tuned by the masters at Keisler
Engineering (we have receipts showing almost $3,000 spent on this).
Plus, with power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and deep
treads on BF Goodrich T/As make this stunner a fine driver,
The sale comes complete with the restoration photos, build
receipts, and owner's manual. It's part of a full package that
shows a cool classic that has been given all the best investments.