213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Restomod is an awesome custom build with super-slick paint, overdrive transmission, a custom/comfy interior with a thumpin' stereo, and fuel-injected LT1 power under the hood. It covers all the bases for those who love power and poise in a package built for enjoying the drive.
The paint immediately grabs your attention. This modern blue whent on with a professional hand, and so it really pops in the sunlight. That's exactly what you want on a sunshine-friendly convertible. And since the color is such an electric blue, it really goes nicely with the sliver lightning style of the D90 SS stripes. There are plenty more Super Sport details, like the hood with velocity stack-style trim, SS dark grille, and the D80 rear spoiler. There was an investment in the chrome bumpers so that they shine as nicely as the upgraded 18-inch Ridler alloys. So the whole car does a great job of looking both vintage and upgraded in one quality package.
The black roof is stylish nice against the blue, and when you take it down, you have an attractive full black interior. This is a nicely done look with the button-top seats, deluxe door panels, fresh carpeting, and a desirable enter console. There are nice comfort features, like the upgraded power windows and R134a air conditioning. And the alpine AM/FM/CD head unit is your gateway to a full upgraded stereo that includes Focal speakers and dual Kicker subwoofers in the custom trunk enclosure. The dual spoke-steering wheel is on a tilt column to give you a clear view of the upgraded AutoMeter Carbon Fiber Ultra-Lite gauge panel, and the shifter is an upgraded B&M unit.
Your first impression of the engine bay will have you wondering about the awards it could win. After all, it's practically nothing but metallic blue and polished components. But of course, that intake is also the unmistakable sign that this has been upgraded to fuel-injected LT1 power. This V8 inhales deeply with a cold air intake, and it exhales out of shorty headers that add power while contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. And as you look closer, you're going to see the right supporting components, including a serpentine belt system and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. It fires up with the confidence you love in a FI machine, and the four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive means it's easy to enjoy this one near or far. Add in power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and modern performance tires, and you've got an awesome cruising package.
Sleek, powerful, and upgraded - if you love driving your classic, you already know this is the icon that's done right. Call today!!!
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