213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
The bright and sleek body makes a bold first impression of this 1973 Chevrolet Camaro Restomod. And the deeper you dig, the more you realize it backs up this confidence with a six-speed stick, fully upgraded suspension w/air bags, race cage, four-wheel disc brakes, and a well-built fuel-injected LT1 motor. But more than just powerful, this has also been upgraded to be a stylish machine that gives you the best comforts, like air conditioning, too.
When you look at the custom work to the body, interior, engine bay, and undercarriage, you instantly understand why this one was painted such a bold yellow. It's proud to be such a well-built machine. It's a quality application that has a smooth shine. And adding to this sleekness is the eliminated the trim and deleted the door handles. In fact, the only factory-style brightwork you'll find are the mirror-like chrome bumpers they really accurate this early 2nd gen car's form. This keeps some of the Camaro's best elements like the cowl hood and ducktail rear spoiler, but even those have been customized. And those wheels are a true upgrade that still stay in the Chevy family. They are C6 Corvette Z06 double-spoke alloys with an aggressive 18/19 inch front/rear stagger. And any time you want to have an even better stance, the air bag suspension lets you dial it in on-demand.
Pop in the remote door openers to reveal more investment in custom work. This is a full mix of performance and comfort, and they are united by a well-done beige color theme. There are competition-ready components, like the leather racing bucket seats, Simpson harnesses, and a full race/reinforcement cage that extends through the firewall. This is joined by nice features like the power windows AM/FM/CD stereo w/USB input, and cold-blowing air conditioning. They even adapted a final-gen Firebird dash with center console to give this a modern level of comfort. The sports steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column to give you a great view to the full AutoMeter Carbon Fiber Ultra-Lite gauge package. And the shifter is exactly where you want to rest your right hand.
The forward-tilt hood is just another way for this Camaro to show off its custom style. But it's what's inside that will really impress. The smooth inner walls and firewall match the exterior yellow. And as the middle is a muscular 5.7-liter LT1 V8. This fuel-injected powerhouse has been upgraded with a ram air intake, BBK/Edelbrock throttle body, and the LT4's hotter cam. The instant response of this fuel-injected motor, the control of the upgraded T56 six-speed, and the 4.10 gear in the rear make this a seriously quick machine right off the line. But power is nothing without control. That's why you have a C4 front suspension, Caltrac traction bars in the rear, and four-wheel disc brakes all-around.
This is such an awesome build it was even previously featured in Super Chevy Magazine. It's a thoughtful and thorough custom that delivers plenty of power in a comfortable total package. Call today!!!
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