This blown first-gen might be the perfect restomod.
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 2020, and the first-generation Camaros are easily the kings of both the era, and the Camaro moniker - they are exceptionally desierable 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 RS/SS.
This Camaro has not been passed around like many collectibles you will see over and over again at the auction block; it was built to its current specficiations in 2012, and remained in the care of that current owner since 2012.
Starting with a rust-free California Camaro body, the foundation was right for this impressive car to recieve a full, frame-off restoration. It was outfitted with a ChassisWorks frame, and is finsihed in silver with bold blue stripes.
Moving the Chip Foose wheels is a monster LS1 crate engine, equipped with a Magna blower than makes the powertrain put out 525-horsepower. Backing the powerful engine is a Tremec six-speed manual transmission, that feeds into a Currie rearend. Stopping power comes from four-wheel disc brakes, and it's ready to come home to your garage now.
• New LS1 Crate motor and Magna Supercharger boasting 525hp
• Tremec 6 Speed manual transmission
• Posi rear axle by Currie
• 4 Wheel power disc brakes
• Auto-meter gauges
• Air conditioning
• Power steering, power windows
• Tilt steering column
• Power PRO-CAR Black leather interior
• Tinted glass
• Chip Foose wheels with BF Goodrich G Force tires
• Cowl hood
• Remote entry with alarm and on board trickle charger
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