Collector Car Gallery is pleased to offer this VERY well documented
FRAME OFF restored Pro Touring built 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. This
vehicle features a monster 572 cubic inch crate big block built by
Sperry Engines. Included are extensive build specs. Featuring a
Dart block, Dart cylinder heads, and Dart intake manifold. Billet
MSD distributor and high output coil. Lemons headers with 2 1/4
inch primary tube with a 4 inch collector and V-band connectors. 3
1/2 inch tig welded stainless exhaust with X-pipe and stainless
Magnaflow mufflers. Aluminum radiator with dual fans. Tremec T56
Magnum 6 speed manual transmission with double overdrive.
Centerforce DYAD dual disc clutch assembly. Moser narrowed 12 bolt
rear end with 3.73 Tru-Trac Positraction and 33 spline axles.
Detroit mini-tub kit with a full back seat. RideTech adjustable
shocks. Hotchkis springs and Cal-Trac bars. Wilwood 4 wheel disc
brakes and master cylinder. Factory style comfort weave interior.
American Racing Custom Shop Wheels 18x8 front and 18x12 rear. Nitto
555 tires. 335/30/ZR18 rear and 225/40/ZR18 front. This MONSTER
dyno tested at 861 horsepower! The paint is FLAWLESS. The underside
looks like a brand new car. Complete NUT AND BOLT FRAME OFF
RESTORED. If you are looking for a monster build, this car is
turnkey and perfect. Please call Rich (260)704-0234 for additional
photos, video, or information. Trades are always welcome. Worldwide
shipping assistance is available.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
Location:Fort Wayne, Indiana
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