This Pro-Touring 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is nicknamed "Felon."
The Camaro underwent a comprehensive restoration and is powered by
a Magnuson Supercharged LQ9 iron-block multi-port V8 engine fitted
with Lingenfelter ported heads. Dyno-tested, the engine produces
576hp at the crank and 469hp to the wheels with 618 ft/lbs torque.
Drive is sent to the rear wheels via a 4-speed 4L80E automatic
transmission. Finished in a custom LeMans Blue High Metallic paint
with painted SS racing stripes on the hood and decklid, highlighted
by the big-block cowl hood. With a lowered ride height and custom
18-inch bronze and diamond-cut American Racing wheels, along with a
new white vinyl top, the stance is perfect. The interior was
completely restored with custom black and white houndstooth
low-back bucket seats and console and features a custom Bowtie
steering wheel and Bluetooth stereo system. Additional
specifications include a Wilwood master cylinder with SSBC 4-wheel
disc brakes, LSX 376 performance aluminum valve covers, subframe
connectors, Eaton locker rear end, AutoMeter console and gauge
package, mono-leaf rear leaves, RideTech adjustable shocks,
ceramic-coated stainless headers with 3-inch X-pipes with dual
stainless exhaust, dual chrome mirrors, wood-trim interior decor
and custom bronze Z/28 badging. A recent dyno session report sheet
1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
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