This is a modern supercar that merely looks like a 1969 Camaro SS. It's so incredible that looking at pictures is insufficient to capture the quality and attention to detail that make it one of the most outstanding pro-touring machines we've ever seen. From the beautifully rendered sheetmetal to the spectacular interior to the LS-based drivetrain, this is a Camaro that really does do it all and doesn't even break a sweat while doing it.
Every square inch of the body was smoothed, sanded, and aligned to look far better than any factory-built Camaro you've seen. The stunning charcoal gray paint shimmers in the sunlight, the gaps are very good, and the overall execution is a high-tech look to an old favorite. Slightly modified hockey-stick stripes were painted to retain that traditional Camaro flavor, and nothing's cooler than a cowl-induction hood up front and a ducktail out back to accentuate the 1969's link to the past. It's been stripped of almost all its badges and side-marker lights, so it almost looks as if it was carved out of a single chunk of steel, although the SS emblems remain and there are subtle LSX badges where the original engine call-outs would have lived on the front fenders. Body-colored bumpers help with the sleek pro-touring look and a carbon-fiber front spoiler reminds us that this is a product of the 21st century, not the late-60s.
The handsome interior continues the monochromatic theme without losing track of the past. Low-back buckets are supportive and well-bolstered for the kind of driving you're going to do in this car, and a custom center console was planted between them. The dash is neatly finished to look stock but isn't and puts a full array of Auto Meter instruments ahead of the driver. Cool hot-rodding tricks include hiding the secondary controls under the dash and integrating the A/C system into the overall look. There's a powerful AM/FM/CD/iPod stereo system that's especially effective thanks to sound-deadening materials throughout the body and that billet shifter controls a 4L80E 4-speed automatic transmission with razor-sharp reflexes. Even more remarkable is the custom rear seat area which will actually hold adults without too much complaining and the trunk is clean but Spartan, holding only the Optima battery.
The engine is a 6.2 liter LS3 crate motor (AKA the LSX) that's been augmented with several upgrades that put it over 480 horsepower at the flywheel. It's set into a beautifully finished engine bay that's as much old-school hot rod as 21st century tech, with hidden wiring and plumbing and custom valve covers that advertise the 376 cubes inside. A serpentine belt drive system powers brand new accessories and there's a giant aluminum radiator up front keeping it cool under any conditions. The front suspension uses a tubular subframe and A-arms with Ride Tech coil-over shocks, so it feels more like a modern Corvette than a vintage F-body, while the rear end is a custom-built 12-bolt with a Ride Tech 4-link setup and 3.73 gears on a Posi. The floors were painted satin black and provide a spectacular background for the painted, polished, plated, and Jet-Hot coated parts, including the Flowmaster exhaust system. Disc brakes at all four corners are mandatory when you have wheels that'll show them off, and those Rushforth Night Train hoops wear 19s up front and 20s in the back.
We can't possibly give you the full picture on this stunning creation, which cost thousands more than the asking price to build (all of which is documented with receipts). The highest expression of pro-touring with finish quality to rival the finest rods, this Camaro is a no-disappointments machine that stands out in every possible way. Call now!