| 1967 Chevrolet Camaro
This car had been bought in Texas from the original owner then brought to Ohio around 2006-2007. The guy I bought it from had disassembled it, then life got in his way and it sat in his barn for 10 years. I basically bought a body on a cart and a truck load of boxes full of parts. Fixing up these old cars is a passion of mine so I completely rebuilt the car putting in a fresh rebuilt 2001 6.0L vortec LS1 engine, Brand new 4L60E transmission, Brand new Curry 9 inch. with 3:71 gears, Foose Nitrous wheels, all new springs and shocks. The car is covered in House of Kolor Apple Red Kandy basecoat over a black base with magenta pearl in the clear coat. Renowned pinstripe artist Shane Syx put down some very subtle pinstripes, you only see them in certain light. The trunk has been covered in black carpet with custom panels and lettering. It also features Chevy emblem shaped trunk lighting. It has 4 wheel disc brakes, tinted glass, Vintage air A/C system, intermittent wipers and a custom console combining the factory console with a arm rest and cup holders. The interior is all new and is mostly stock and along with the custom console it has Chevy emblem shaped speaker grills and a B&M Quicksilver ratchet shifter with a custom gear indicator and a Ididit tilt steering column and wood grain steering wheel. The engine compartment features a smooth firewall, hidden wiper motor, body colored inner fenders, core support and firewall, lots of chrome and polished aluminum through out the engine bay. The under carriage is just as clean as the topside with Lizzard Skin covering all of the bottoms of the floor pans/trunk area, it was also sprayed all through the interior. The interior has also been covered in Dynamat sound deadener. All interior and exterior lighting works as it should as does everything else on the car even the horn works! This car can roll down the highway at 70-75 mph. with the AC on and is cool and comfortable inside. Even with the rumble of the engine the interior is quiet enough to have conversation without yelling. Probably 90% of this car ( including nuts and bolts!) is BRAND NEW! It has just over 500 miles on it since the rotisserie restoration. I have taken this car to a couple of local cruise-ins and it always draws a crowd.
go to https://1967camarorestomod.shutterfly.com For a complete picture history of the build process.