TCI custom tubular subframe and polished stainless tubular A arms
in front and in the rear a polished stainless TCI 4-link rear
suspension, riding on Q-A1 coilover shocks on all four corners. The
drivetrain consists of a LS7 427ci all-aluminum Crate engine bolted
to a 6-speed TREMEC manual transmission linked to a custom aluminum
9-inch third member and custom built rear-end housing with a 3.73
gear ratio. All four corners stop the car with 13-inch slotted and
drilled Wilwood rotors and 6-piston polished brake calipers. The
custom interior was built by Gabe's Custom interiors in of San
Bernardino, CA (as seen on the "American Hot Rods: TV show), with
full leather construction inside and through the trunk compartment.
The custom two-tone paint was done by Fatboys Garage in Brenham,
TX, in Arizona Beige Metallic and a custom Root Beer Metallic. The
graphics were done by Mad Max in Houston, TX. The custom build and
metalwork was done by Roy Chaney at Camaro Concepts in Houston, TX.
The rear bumper was narrowed and custom fit into the rear valance,
along with custom fitting the Lexus exhaust tips connected to the
3-inch polished exhaust. The steering is a full rack & pinion by
TCI. The exhaust begins with polished stainless Ultimate headers
and a custom 3-inch stainless exhaust hand-built by Camaro Concepts
with Borla polished stainless mufflers. The one-off custom wheels
were built by Chris Coddington (son of Boyd Coddington) at HRBB;
19x8 Concave Billet up front and 20x12 Concave Billet in the rear
to fill the rear tubs built by Detroit Speed. The chrome accents in
the interior and trunk were custom-built by Little Lui in San
Bernardino, CA. The custom engine cover was built Robert at
Insanity Metalworks. The custom Kenwood Bluetooth stereo has been
carefully tucked away by Gabe's Custom Interiors. The car has only
been driven at shows and local events. **TITLE BRANDED AS
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
Exterior Color:CHAMPAGNE/BROWN METALLIC
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