This custom Camaro is a complete professional rotisserie
restoration, turned into a modern-day muscle car with some of the
latest technology. This Resto-Mod was completed in May 2019. The
exterior was done with Axalta Dark Gray with Yellow Pearl stripes.
It's powered by a GM powertrain with a 455hp LS3 6.2-liter V8
engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. It's equipped with a
Vintage Air Sure Fit Gen IV air conditioning, power windows, power
rack & pinion steering and an electric emergency brake. The front
suspension is BMR tubular arm and QA1 coilovers; the rear
suspension is also a 4-link from Coast to Coast with matching
coilover as well. Stopping power is provided by 4-wheel disc
brakes. This custom is also equipped with a 10-bolt rear end with a
Truetrac posi-traction unit and 3.73 gears. A custom notched fuel
tank uses a Tanks Inc electric fuel pump, and the Camaro breathes
through a stainless-steel custom exhaust system. The completely
custom interior features two-tone leather, a custom console painted
to match, Ididit tilt steering column and a Pioneer touchscreen
stereo with Bluetooth and backup camera. The Camaro uses Kaption
speakers, subwoofer and amplifiers, and has a custom steering wheel
and AutoMeter gauges. Factory-style electric hideaway headlights
has LED bulbs, as do the taillights. This Camaro rolls on 18x8
front and 20x 9.5 rear U.S. Mags wheels wrapped in Toyo Extensa HP
tires, and a mini tub completes the exterior look. This is a
complete nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration with over 1,500
man-hours in the build and no expense spared.
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