800 Derita Road, Ste. A
An awesome restomod build means upgrading every inch of an iconic classic. So look over all the details on this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, including the slick modern paint, custom A/C interior, upgraded suspension, and the modern fuel-injected LS power under the hood. And soon you'll discover a coupe that fills your entre wish list.
The paint on this car is meant to immediately attract attention. Not only does the deep metallic silver love to radiate in the sunshine, but also the butter-smooth finish adds extra definition to the crisp body panels. So you can really see from the first impression they took their time to give this a quality restoration. The gray dual stripes painted on top are a terrific way to give a modern twist to a Camaro legend. The custom front end w/LED lights, updated taillight design, square-tube quad exhaust tips, and modern-style SS badging are all part of a package that signals this car is thoroughly updated. And those shining Budnik alloys with the aggressive 18/20 inch front/rear stance will never be mistaken for anything stock. But even with all these upgrades, this coupe never loses that iconic classic look. The hallmark RS hidden headlight front end, super scoop cowl hood, D80 full-width rear spoiler, shining chrome bumpers, pillarless hardtop profile, and all the other pieces you love about this vintage style are looking great. So you never lose that classic Camaro look that's welcomed everywhere.
Open the door to a full custom setup. The interior's two-tone gray is a cool nod to the exterior two-tone setup, and it's just another reminder of how thoughtful this build is. You really see the attention to detail everywhere from the perforated door inserts to the contrast stitching in the seats combined with modern buckets front. Not only are they covered in a supple leather, but also they provide the kind of modern bolstering you need to stay comfortable all day long. In-between is a cup holder center console adapted from a 4th-gen Camaro, so it's a nice upgrade and a cool piece of lineage. The Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo has Bluetooth and a USB input, and it controls the full subwoofer stereo system. Feel free to roll down all the windows while listening to your favorite music, because the air conditioning is blowing ice-cold. But why you're really going to love this Camaro is because it's upgraded to be a true driver's machine. You know that the moment you slip behind the Sparco steering wheel. There's a race-ready set of AutoMeter Pro-Comp Ultra Lite gauges directly in front of you, and that Hurst shifter is just calling out for your right hand.
Under the hood, the slick sliver inner fenders and firewall really funnel your attention to the red heart in the middle. Those valve covers don't lie. This is a 5.7-liter LS1 V8 borrowed from a 2000 Trans Am. More than just a cleanly transplanted modern motor, this is a custom installation by Street and Performance out of Mena, Arkansas. And if you've seen the trunk photos, you'll already know that this has a full nitrous setup aching to be hooked up to bring the power to the pavement at a moment's notice. You even have all the right supporting components for a hardy performance package, like steel braided hoses and a large aluminum radiator. The Tremec six-speed manual transmission means you are in complete control of the upgraded power and its thunderous soundtrack from the X-pipe Borla exhaust. Don't just listen to the growl this makes; follow the exhaust's path in the undercarriage photos. There you'll see how fresh this build really is. Plus, you'll also spot plenty of the right upgrades, like the tubular A-arm front suspension, thick sway bars front & rear, new urethane bushings, and a stout Ford 9-inch rear. Plus, power steering, drilled & slotted four-wheel disc brakes, and sticky Nitto Extreme ZR tires complete a package designed to own the streets.
This Camaro has been upgraded with all that you could want, and the way it feels on the road lets you know they took the time to make a quality build. So if you're ready for the best of everything, your ideal restomod is here. Call now!
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