Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
Take some time to go over all the details of this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Restomod, because they sure took the time to go over the details when restoring it. It's a thoughtful build with vibrant paint, terrific lines, a houndstooth A/C interior, four-wheel disc brakes, an overdrive transmission, and a fuel-injected LT1 heart... and much more!
Hugger Orange is such an iconic Chevy color that it pretty much can attract a crowd on its own. So it's great to see a trim tag that tells us this coupe was born this way. It only gets better when the factory-correct color was updated with a professional respray. So the sun loves to radiate off this nuclear color. And that shine also loves to show how crisp and straight the body panels are. The doors close with confidence and the bumpers shine bright to get the fundamentals right. Plus, you'll like the best Super Sport aggressive elements, like the front air dam, super scoop hood, D80 rear spoiler, and the D90 hockey stick is done in a distinctive white. And because this is badged a Rally Sport (currently no buildsheet for definitive proof) you have the iconic hidden headlight front end. And while you're looking at all the awesome details, we bet you'll pick up on the upgraded US Mags staggered at 17/18-inch front/rear for a nice stance. These modern wheels allow for modern tires, and they hint at the modern upgrades within.
The upgrade to the houndstooth cloth interior is almost as much of an icon as the exterior orange. The idea is to look good, but also be less of a shrine and more about a carefree driver. That's also why this has a well-integrated mix of vintage and new. For example, the center console has the classic wood-like trim, but they also added a tall armrest, cup holders, and a newer set of auxiliary gauges. The radio is a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette, and the classic climate control sliders are really part of a newer Vintage Air air conditioning system. And while the steering wheel looks like a classic Chevy piece, it's actually a smaller diameter sports unit mounted on a tilt column. So you can really understand how the whole package is subtly done to be an awesome driver.
The motor is something you're going to want to display, and so they made sure the engine bay was ready for primetime. Clean inner walls, a custom slam panel, and a tidy setup look terrific. We especially love the custom covers that are color-matched to the rest of the orange. And the Corvette logos hint at where this power really comes from. It's a fuel-injected 5.7-liter LT1 V8. This has been installed with the kind of care that looks like it has been here from day one. And it has all the right supporting pieces, like an aluminum radiator, an Optima red top battery, and shorty headers that add power and rumble to the dual exhaust. This fires up readily, like a car that wants to hit the road. And the power steering and four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive make it a solid cruiser. Plus, modern sport tires and four-wheel power disc brakes give it a more confident driver.
This is the coupe with iconic style, the best upgrades, and a strong fuel-injected heart. So don't let it slip away, call today!
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