614 E. Auto Center Dr.
You can call this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro pro touring or a resto mod...Labels don't matter when you play at this premium level of modern LS3 fuel-injected power, performance suspension, four-wheel discs, six-speed, custom A/C interior, and a seriously intimidating presence.
We probably should call this paint black chrome. Its supremacy comes from a serious investment in a professional hand applying the midnight color over some of the crispest sheetmetal you'll ever find. Then they added enough clearcoat to make it look like this muscle car was forged from onyx. It has the full blackout aggressive appearance, and that includes the bumpers, trim, chin spoiler and full-width rear spoiler to complement the whole package. And because this is a restomod, it has well-integrated upgrades, like the HID headlights, LED sequential taillights, sport mirrors, and a classic Corvette-style stinger hood. Plus, those RSV Forged three-piece wheels not only fit in with the total blackout, but they also have a hint of red to remind you this special Camaro is out for blood.
Inside the full custom upgrade continues. It starts with those TMI bucket seats up front. They have modern bolstering and finished in supple leather with comfy inserts. And we especially love the red stitching that give this an aggressive hint, just like the exterior wheels. It's a well-coordinated package that continues on the rear seats, custom door panels, dash, and center console. While this one looks mean, it also offers all the right modern comforts, including power windows, power locks, anti-theft system, cup holders, and a full AM/FM/XM stereo with Bluetooth. Plus, there's cold-blowing air conditioning. But while that will keep everyone happy, this custom really focuses on the driver. You get Budnik steering wheel on a Flaming River tilt column, and beyond that is a full set of Dakota Digital gauges glowing red. And the stick shift has the perfect modern grip.
While this custom Camaro has been impressive so far, we know your favorite upgrade is under the hood. This is a 6.2-liter LS3 fuel-injected V8. Not only does this have the tidy look of a professional installation, but also it has all the right added components you want in an ultimate build like this. It includes BBK fuel rails, Eddie Marine aluminum valve covers, an aluminum radiator, a cold air intake, and headers. And this high-performance V8 and its thunderous soundtrack is firmly in your command thanks to the Tremec six-speed manual transmission. Even this has the right supporting components, like a Ringbrothers clutch reservoir and trans cooler. But it's more than just brute force that makes this coupe great. Take a look at the undercarriage photos. You'll notice a tubular A-arm front independent suspension from the masters at Hotchkis. They are also responsible for the reinforced rear end, too. Plus, with a Detroit Speed power steering box, Wilwood drilled & slotted disc brakes, and grippy performance tires at every corner, this is a classic Camaro capable of some very modern moves.
This looks like such a fresh build because there's only about 1,320 miles on it since this Camaro's total transformation (10k on the motor.) It's an amazing performance machine that's truly one-of-a-kind. So your choice is to call today or risk missing out on it forever!
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