This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro has undergone a transformation that has
taken it from muscle car to fully customized Pro-Touring supercar.
The caliber and precision of all work performed on this amazing
Chevrolet is of a high quality. Every inch of the laser-straight
bright red coupe has been improved, with the end result being a
modern high-performance Camaro. This custom vehicle was built using
some of the finest materials and performance components available.
The Camaro showcases a carbureted GM Performance 502ci V8 crate
engine that puts out 508hp and 580 ft/lbs of torque. All this power
is put to the pavement compliments of the built Turbo 350 automatic
transmission, which transfers the energy to the heavy-duty Ford
9-inch rear axle. A powder-coated frame connects the power front
disc brakes to the Budnick aluminum performance wheels that are
wrapped in BFGoodrich G-Force Sport radial tires. Inside the cabin
is a houndstooth bucket seat interior with center console that
houses the factory horseshoe shifter and auxiliary gauges. A
Vintage Air climate control system keeps everything cool. No detail
was overlooked in the construction of this Pro-Touring Camaro. Even
the trunk area has been treated to custom upholstery as well as a
mounted battery system. The entire vehicle is both highly detailed
and fully functional. From the Raser Collection.
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