The beneficiary of a complete ground-up restoration, this Camaro is an original California car leaving the Los Angeles factory in 67. Nearly 45 years later during its complete restoration, the body received new rear quarters and a drivers-side fender before it was shot with Chryslers Indy Red paint. Up top, you will find a custom black cloth top with a power convertible. Top up or top down, this Camaro is absolutely stunning. Down the sides the body lines are fantastic and features mini-tubbed rear wheel wells.The outstanding look inspired the previous owner to name the Camaro "One Bad Apple." Its namesake also refers to the massive power plant that you will see if you lift the hood. Powering the Camaro is a 548ci Merlin all-aluminum Big Block Chevy that when put on a chassis dyno cranked out an incredible 618hp and 603 lb./ft. of torque to the rear wheels. Bolted to the engine is a Centerforce dual-friction 12" clutch that sends all that power to Tremec TKO 5-speed transmission with a .068 5th gear. The power then travels through a 3.5" aluminum driveshaft, to a Currie 9" rear end with a 3.00 Detroit Truetrac differential. At the front of the vehicle a Wayne Due custom front sub-frame has been installed along with C4 Corvette front suspension arms and spindles. At all four corners QA1 double-adjustable shocks and coil-over springs make this Camaro a very capable track car. The entire Camaro rides on 17" Budnik Famoso wheels that have been wrapped in BF Goodrich rubber. Behind the rims, Baer brakes are responsible for slowing the 548 Merlin. Open the door to the Camaro and you will be greeted by a complete custom interior that features Corbeau front bucket seats, all of which is covered in Houndstooth cloth and black leather. Today the Odometer reads 1409 miles since its complete restoration. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today.
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