800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Premium, vintage, upgraded, and absolutely powerful... this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 tribute restomod makes all the right first impressions. So with it's aggressive paint package, custom interior, upgraded five-speed transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and performance-built fuel-injected V8, this coupe has you in love/lust from every angle.
This is the kind of custom build that's made to immediately grab your attention. The red paint has an unmistakable glow of a modern clearcoat application and shine that highlights straight panels with excellent fit. It has some added modern flair with the painted front bumper and the red brake calipers. Of course, this eye-catching appeal is heightened further by well-coordinated blackout. It includes the sporty mirrors, door handles, window trim, rear bumper, and 17-inch American Racing Hopster alloy wheels. These upgrades go well with the classic Z/28-style pieces like the black grille, air dam, and rear spoiler. And since the Z/28 is a car made for the races, the matte black cowl hood is equal parts competition-ready and pure intimidation.
From the moment you open the door, you know they gave this all the right upgrades. It starts with the racing-style front bucket seats. They deliver added comfort and keep you planted better during spirited driving. It sets the tone for the interior's mix of added style and substance. Great carpeting, a taut headliner, and a smooth dash all give this a quality presentation. There are worthwhile upgrades like an AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input & Bluetooth, power locks, and a backup camera with screen hidden in the glovebox. This is also a true driver's machine with the Alcantara wrapped sports steering wheel, sports shifter, and a full set of AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges w/large speedo and tach, and cold-blowing A/C.
The dark engine bay is tidy and mean. The ultra-clean black inner walls, matching black block, and dark details get you ready for something serious. This is a 406 cubic-inch small block. Oh yes, that means big block displacement without the weight. It's built right with a Canfield aluminum heads, a full forged bottom end, cast Chevrolet valve covers, Edelbrock RPM dual plane aluminum Intake, long tube headers, and topped with a Holley Sniper EFI system. There's also the right supporting components, like MSD billet distributor, Power Master mini high-torque starter, an Optima red top battery, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. It's a full package estimated to deliver a whopping 500 horsepower, and the growl of the FlowMaster dual exhaust lest everyone know about this big power motor. The Tremec TKO-600 five-speed manual transmission gives you firm control as it feeds the custom driveshaft on its way to a 12-bolt Positraction rear end. The front suspension has been upgraded with a rebuild, and there are now QA1 rear inboard shocks. Plus, you have an upgraded high-speed power steering box, grippy ZR-rated tires, and Wilwood four-wheel power disc brakes to give you an all-around stellar driving experience.
This is the kind of Camaro for those who like to be seen, heard, and envied. So if you want the best of it all, don't miss this restomod. Call now!
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