614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is a true restomod with a fuel-injected LS1 motor, six-speed stick, fully upgraded suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, a custom/comfy interior, and more.
A restomod is all about taking the classic style and giving it modern flair, and that's exactly what the exterior shows. You have some of the best performance pieces of the first-gen Camaro like the cowl hood, full chin spoiler, and D80 rear spoiler. But while the original '67s were chrome kings, this one has positively gone over to the dark side. The grille, side mirrors, door handles, taillight trim, and rear bumper are all done in black. The window trim even has a cool carbon fiber texture. The only pieces of brightwork you'll see are the trim rings around the upgraded wheels...and even those Ridler alloys are black, too! They deleted the front bumper, shaved the logos, and rendered this in a slick shade of blue. It all makes for a coupe that is absolutely a restomod.
The interior really drives home the restomod feeling, too, as it expertly blends vintage and new. The classic door panels now have carbon fiber texture on the tops and new billet handles. There's also plenty of carbon fiber trim across the dash. The front seats keep that classic low-back look that goes great with the hardtop profile, but now they are modern ProCar units that offer terrific bolstering. The center console is a custom unit with an AM/FM touchscreen infotainment system that has Bluetooth. And you'll love all the driver-oriented upgrades. This includes the Billet Specialties steering wheel, upgraded gauges with large speedo and tach, and the pistol grip shifter.
You'll love popping the hood at all the car shows. The smooth and dark inner walls funnel all your attention to the bold blue heart in the middle. In fact, the color matching on the motor may just win you awards all on its own. More than just look great, you'll love how this package has been fully upgraded. The base is a modern 5.7-liter LS1 V8. It's upgraded with an MSD Atomic fuel injection system, a cold air intake, headers, and a large Griffin aluminum radiator. This has the right upgraded power, and so it also has the right tools to enjoy it to the fullest. The six-speed manual transmission gives you plenty of gears for powerful downshifts as well as easy cruising. It feeds a stout 12-bolt rear before going to the wide ZR-rated tires that put serious rubber on the pavement. As you look at the undercarriage, you see upgraded subframes that include RideTech StrongArm up front, a four-link rear, adjustable coilovers all-around. Plus, you have power steering and four-wheel power disc brakes. So this restomod has both upgraded power and control.
It's time to get your hands on a cut-above restomod. Call today!!!
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