…and you can buy it.
The first-generation Chevy Camaro started to roll into Chevy dealerships for the 1967 year model, and enthusiasm for the name plate has never really let off. Fast forward to 2022, and the first-generation Camaros are easily the kings of both the era, and the Camaro moniker - they are exceptionally desirable collector cars. One common trend for the early Camaros we love seeing is when they become the subject of a well-executed restomod, like this 1969 Camaro.
Tucked in the bay is a fuel-injected Chevrolet 346 cubic inch LS1 V8 engine. Shifting power to the rear wheels is a specially selected Tremec 6-speed manual transmission with a new Monster 3 stage clutch and throw out bearings, and shifts through a B&M shifter. It gets its stopping power from four wheel disc brakes and a CPP big brake kit.
It rolls on a suspension equipped with DSE subframe connectors, rear 3-inch drop spindles, coil overs, and more. Moving the car are Momo wheels. It also features upgrades like Vintage air and heat, power brakes, locks, steering, and windows, and a new custom interior. See it here.
Maple Brothers Auctions invites you to register to bid and consign your vehicle(s) for our Dallas auction, being held November, 18th-19th in Dallas Market Hall. Over 400 vehicles ranging from sports and muscle car, customs, hot rods, pickup and more are expected to cross the auction block. Many will be sold at NO RESERVE. To get more information visit https://www.maplebrothersauction.com