This sinister 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Resto-Mod is the product of a
no-expense-spared, professional, ground-up custom build. At the
heart of this Camaro is a GM LS3 Hot Cam 6.2-liter 8-cylinder crate
engine. The power is handled by a TREMEC 6-speed manual
transmission and custom coilover suspension with a mini-tub and a
4-link rear suspension. The interior was recently completed and is
a blend of old and new with a fully custom dash, custom gauges,
pushbutton start, Vintage Air, power windows and door locks,
leather bucket seats with a custom console and a Pioneer Audio
system with JL Audio speakers, Apple CarPlay, backup camera and
Bluetooth. Attention to detail doesn't stop on the outside, under
the hood is a clean engine bay consisting of a custom smooth-wall
engine bay surround allowing for focus on the LS3. The Camaro is
equipped with ceramic exhaust with MagnaFlow mufflers,
powder-coated Detroit Speed suspension, Ford 9-inch rear end with
3.73 gears and Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes. The exterior is
finished in House of Kolor Pearl White tri-coat base coat/clear
coat paint and features frameless glass, cove door handles, custom
front and rear spoilers, and an undercarriage that's as clean as
the top side. Riding on Billet Specialties custom modular 18x9
front with Nitto Invo 245/35/18 and 19x13 rear with monster
345/30/19's, this 1969 Camaro is a fine example of old-school looks
mixed with modern technology. It has traveled 650 test miles and is
fully detailed with all modern amenities. There was no expense
spared and no corners cut in this build. The Camaro comes with
receipts for the paint and interior totaling over $50,000.
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