The product of a complete frame-off restoration, this Camaro is stunning in every way. With a 427ci small block, a near perfect interior, and a flawless paint job, this Camaro is more than ready to win car show awards, and would be a great ride to travel in the famed HOT ROD Power Tour. Today the body is in perfect condition after being massaged and covered in an incredible coat of Inferno Orange. What looks like just a vibrant shade of orange, actually is a member of the metallic family of paints and it really pops when this F-body rolls out in the sun. Lift the 310 Classic hood hinges on this 69 Camaro and youll reveal a very dressed up electronically fuel injected 427ci V8 that pumps out a dyno proven 580 horsepower. The 427ci stroked small block Chevy built by Cox Race engines has been equipped with AFR heads and has a chrome air filter and a Chevrolet stamped valve covers to create an amazing look. The engine has been equipped with an MSD distributor, custom Cox Racing Engine spark plug wires, and an Edelbrock intake. In front of the engine, a custom PRC aluminum radiator with 2 electric SPAL fans is responsible for cooling the engine. The block has been painted in the famous Chevy orange and looks great against the flat black engine bay. Also in the engine bay is the Optima red top battery. Spent gasses travel through the Stainless Works stainless steel headers through an exhaust system that has been upgraded to Stainless steel as well. Inside you will find a custom interior built by Southern Comfort. The two-tone leather interior excellently blends a gorgeous shade of black and the same inferno orange that can be found on the exterior of the body. In front of the drivers seat is a Momo steering wheel and a custom Detroit Speed dash with Auto Meter custom gauges. Within the speedometer the odometer reads 690 miles since the restoration was finished.
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