213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This fresh build is iconic in all the right places, and upgraded exactly where you want it. After all, everyone loves the design of a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro with RS hidden headlights, and this one also has a powerful LSX V8, overdrive transmission, fully custom A/C interior, and plenty more to create the ideal restomod.
There's just something special about a sleek '69 Camaro. Especially when it has been upgraded to that iconic front end that hides the headlights behind stylized Rally Sport panels until they are needed. It also doesn't hurt that this one has a killer paint package. It's a full build by Man Made Legends, but the father and son who commissioned it also participated in the restoration. So you get that ideal blend of professional quality and personal passion. They soda blasted the body and chassis, smoothed the panels, and integrated new ones when needed. So it was already an outstanding car before the first drop of Son Of A Gun gray was applied. The modern charcoal-like color shines fantastically on this exceptionally straight body. This one also gets the sporty details you really want correct, like the deep chin spoiler, cowl induction hood, and full-width rear spoiler. Chrome is used sparingly so the bright details really stand out against all this darkness in places like the mirror-like bumpers and the upgraded 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels.
There has been a solid investment inside so everything is dark, crisp, and detail-oriented. You see it on the front seats that have a look of classic Strato design, but they are really modern TMI units with suede-like inserts and plenty of modern bolstering. The rear seats were done to match. And that's far from the only custom pieces. The center console, door panels, trunk, carpeting, and dash are all unmistakable custom, and the full package is fresh considering there's less than 650 miles on the whole build. There are great upgrades that work together nicely, including the air conditioning, power windows, full sound dampening insulation, AM/FM stereo w/Bluetooth, and full upgraded speakers with custom Phoenix Gold subwoofer enclosure. So now you can roll down all the windows without leaving the driver seat; crank up the A/C to keep you cool even in the summer; and hear your favorite driving music crisp and clear. That makes for an awesome experience you can enjoy all day long.
From the moment you pop the hood, everyone knows why this is a true restomod. Those valve covers announce you have a big power fuel-injected 376 LSX crate V8. It includes upgrades like a FAST EZ 2.0 fuel injection system, FAST LS ignition control, LS3 intake, and Hedman ceramic coated headers feeding an H-pipe Flowmaster dual exhaust. It also has all the right supporting components, like a Concept One billet serpentine pulley kit, MSD ignition, Tanks Inc fuel tank, Optima red top battery, and a C&R Racing aluminum radiator w/Spal electric fans. This is connected to a L80E transmission with separate cooler and GM Performance Transmission Controller. It creates a stout setup that knows how to handle the power while also delivering easy overdrive cruising. This feeds a custom driveshaft on its way to the 10-bolt Positraction rear end. The undercarriage shows how fresh this coupe is over every inch, plus, you'll spot upgrades like QA1 adjustable coilovers up front, a thick sway bar in the rear, and full powder coated chassis. Power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and the modern grip of Nitto NT555 ZR-rated tires complete a package designed to own the streets.
We have invoices that point to over $85k just in the car's build (not including all details, including father/son time.) That's how you get a restomod that is so fresh, speedy, and all-out irresistible. So don't miss your chance, call today!
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