4610 Pet Lane
Take some time to go over all the details of this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro restomod, because they sure took the time to go over the details when building it. That's because beneath the iconic style you love is a fuel-injected LS2 V8 heart, six-speed stick, four-wheel disc brakes, custom A/C interior, and a full suspension upgrade borrowed from a more modern Camaro. So yes, they really put all the best on one coupe.
The Rally Red paint makes this one look vibrant and aggressive in its first impression, but the longer you spend with this coupe, the more you see the quality in the details. For example, the black racing stripes were painted on top and then cleared over to help make sure the light loves to dance across the first-gen Camaro's iconic curves. The tall cowl hood, deep chin spoiler, SS badging, full-width rear spoiler, and large dual exhaust tips all announce this is a true performance machine. But you also can't help but love the premium look of the wraparound bumpers, thin window trim, and Camaro script badging that gives this an upper-class brightwork look. And this idea of speed and style come together nicely on the those modern 18-inch polished alloys.
The color theme flips on the inside where the black is now dominant, and the red is used for accenting. We especially like this for the front buckets where the full leather upholstery has bright red inserts and red contrast stitching for a sporty and detailed look. It's a full custom setup that includes a 4th gen Camaro cup holder center console, and the reupholstered back seats were also borrowed from there to fit nicely in this package. The Pioneer AM/FM/CD deck has a flip up screen, and it connects to a full subwoofer stereo system. There's even cold-blowing air conditioning. But your favorite upgrades will be about how this is an even better driver's machine. You have a Billet Specialties steering wheel mounted on a tilt column, T-handle shifter, upgraded pedals, and a dash full of AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges.
Under the hood is proper GM power, but something more powerful and fitting for a true restomod. It's a 6.0-liter LS2 V8. More than just a great fuel-injected motor, this has been upgraded further with a Spectre cold air intake, Wilson FAST intake, and headers feeing the Borla exhaust. It even has good supporting components, like an Optima yellow top battery and a large aluminum radiator with electric fan. It's an awesome powerhouse that you have full control over with a six-speed manual transmission. As you look over the whole build, don't forget about the undercarriage. You'll instantly spot the upgraded look of a 4th gen Camaro donating its entire sports suspension. It has been upgraded further heavy duty sway bars, rack & pinion power steering, and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes with drilled & slotted rotors.
Complete with build receipts, this custom restomod is powerful, awesome, fresh, and complete...and it's all up for grabs. So don't miss out, call today!
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