This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro may have a monster 700 horsepower 540
big block under the hood, but it's also a full restomod package. So
you not only get big power and the control of a six-speed. But it's
also a solid all-around classic with slick modern paint and
There are only about 7,300 miles on the build, and so it has the
freshness to announce it's something special. The paint is as dark
as midnight, and the luster from this modern application gives you
a piano-like black. In fact, the coupe has a total quality
presentation with straight body panels, doors that shut solid,
fresh weather-stripping, and bright chrome bumpers. And while it
looks like a quality classic, it also doesn't try to hide its
speedy nature. The Weld Racing wheels have a true quarter-mile king
stance with the fat Mickey Thompson ET Street radials in the rear.
Plus, the cowl hood was offered on the best first-gen Camaros, but
this has a special power dome that towers over all of them to show
there's serious power beneath it (more of that in a moment.) You
can even appreciate the classic Super Sport upgrades like the
blackout grille, SS badging, and D80 rear spoiler. The D90 hockey
stick SS stripe is painted on to show a crisp distinction against
the black, and it's just another detail to show how thoughtful this
build is for more than just its big power.
The aggressive black is continued inside. This classic Camaro has
some great vintage details, like the headrests on the bucket seats,
and the correct Camaro badging in the door panels. And everything
from the headliner to the dash has a deep dark and fresh
appearance. But what's likely to get you the most excited are the
upgrades. This is a more comfortable coupe with cold-blowing air
conditioning, an armrest center console with cup holders, and a
retro sound AM/FM stereo with Bluetooth. When you slip behind the
Chevy three-spoke steering wheel, you know it's a driver's machine.
The large speedo and the tach are directly in front of you, and the
AutoMeter auxiliary gauge trio is cleanly placed under the dash.
And then the shifter has speed holes drilled into it, you know
you're in for a ton of fun.
Under the hood is a true beast... and because everyone will want a
look at this motor, they made sure it looks like a true beauty.
It's a tidy style that shows power within the polish in areas like
the fabricated valve covers. This is a 540 cubic-inch crate V8 by
the masters at BluePrint. It has been further upgraded with
performance components like aluminum heads, a Holley four-barrel
carburetor, an Edelbrock Victor Jr intake, and Hooker long tube
headers. We have a dyno sheet that proves it produces a
street-eating 700 horsepower, but really, the rumble of the dual
exhaust will let everyone know it's a big power machine. It's a
strong runner, and there are even the right supporting components
like MSD ignition and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans.
The Tremec T56 six-speed manual transmission really lets you take
full advantage of this mega powerhouse, and it feeds into a stout
12-bolt rear end. As you look at the undercarriage, you see
upgraded suspension that includes adjustable coilovers up front,
caltracs on the rear leaf springs, and subframe connectors
in-between. Plus, you have power steering and four-wheel power disc
brakes to make sure this restomod has easy all-around control.
The sale comes complete with build receipts and the dyno sheet.
This is the custom Camaro that loves to stun with its sleekness,
features, and all-out power. Call today!!!