4610 Pet Lane
Flash AND substance... that's what you look for when buying a well-done restomod, and this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS tribute truly delivers. With slick metallic paint, a sharp-looking interior, an upgraded suspension, and four-on-the-floor, it has all the right features you want in an impressive Camaro. But what makes it irresistible is the monster 502 big block that lets this upgraded classic rule the streets.
The slick pewter is a modern application that went on with a professional hand. And with the metallic tone, it really radiates as the sunlight shows off the iconic body lines. In fact, you can tell they took extra time to give the panels a good fit. Then showcase it by deleting some of the side trim to add to the sleek appearance. But more than just sleek, this one is mean. It has the RS upgraded hidden headlight front end with a blackout grille. And you have the Super Sport details like D80 full-width rear spoiler, front air dam, and the power bulge of the cowl hood. And the wheels have the classic competition-style torque thrust units, but in a more modern 17-inch size to let you fit better tires.
The interior continues to offer the best of the first-gen Camaros. But while this has terrific stock-style pieces, you will immediately feel the difference a quality restoration investment makes. The door panels, upholstery, carpeting, headliner, dash, and more have a dark and fresh feeling of quality. It's vintage, right down to the details, including the wood-like trim and Delco AM radio that's there for display. There's even a new air compressor installed. It will just need additional parts to be a fully functioning a/c system. But what really makes this terrific is how it's got the best pieces for a driver's classic. You have bucket seats up front, a center console with a Hurst shifter, the quad auxiliary readout pack, Chevy three-spoke sports steering wheel, power steering, and large speedo and tach on the dash.
The engine bay is filled with a 502 cubic-inch big block. It's showcased with smooth black inner walls, flat black valve covers, matching air grabber, and an overall tidy style. While the displacement is already enough to make serious power, this one really takes it up a notch with performance components. You have aluminum heads, a large Demon four-barrel carburetor, and Doug's headers feeding an X-pipe dual exhaust. There are also the right supporting pieces, like March brackets, aluminum pulleys, steel braided lines, and an aluminum radiator with electric fan. You have full control over the strong motor and its high-octane soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. As you look at the clean undercarriage photos, you're reminded of the freshness of the full build with less than 19k miles on it. Plus, it's built to be a performer with tubular front control arms, rear sway bar, power brakes w/discs up front, and grippy sport tires.
This is the all-around awesome build that you've always wanted. So don't let something so complete slip away. Call today!!!
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