This 1969 Camaro has been treated to a no-expense-spared custom
build. It was completely fabricated and customized from front to
rear by Camaro Concepts Inc. and is a purpose-built Pro-Touring
concept with the highest levels of current performance technology
matched to cutting-edge aesthetics. It is powered by a supercharged
6.2-liter GM LSA V8 engine with a Holley oil pan conversion,
custom-fabricated engine cover by Mike Goldman Customs, Concept One
billet front-drive system with blower reduction pulley and C&R
Racing aluminum heat exchanger. Fuel delivery and temperature
regulation are accomplished with Rick's custom stainless fuel tank
and pump, with a VaporWorx fuel system, AFCO aluminum radiator, and
custom-built aluminum shroud and fans. The powerplant is connected
to a GM crate 4L85 transmission and a Moser 9-inch rear end with an
aluminum center section sporting a 3.70:1 ratio posi-traction
differential. The engine is fitted with a custom-built 3-inch
stainless exhaust system, rear valance exit matched to MagnaFlow
mufflers. The car is finished in Harley-Davidson Gray by Fat Boys
with the custom graphics by Maxwell Designs. Handling and
suspension modifications consist of a TCI front subframe, power
rack, single-adjustable coilover shocks, Wilwood 13-inch drilled
and slotted brakes, a Wilwood billet master cylinder, TCI 4-link
rear suspension with single-adjustable coilover shocks and sway bar
fitted in a mini-tubbed rear. It sits atop Schott S7 Billet 19-inch
wheels wrapped with Michelin 345/30/19 rear tires. Exterior touches
include billet door handles, billet SS hood louvers, a Raingear
hidden wiper system, LED reverse lights in the rear bumper, billet
driving lights and a Retro-Electro headlight door system. Inside
you will find a full custom handcrafted leather interior, billet
steering wheel, Nu-Relics power windows, stereo system with
Bluetooth, Vintage Air climate-control system with billet
controller and vents, Dakota Digital gauges and a custom trunk by
Gabe's Custom Interiors in California. This 1969 custom Camaro
currently has a little over 500 miles since it was completed.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
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