General Motors’ Online Parts store lists its LS7 7.0-liter V8 as an engine that “needs no introductions.” The hand-built engine was originally used in the C6 Z06, but has since found a second home in the Camaro Z/28. It’s potentially the most famous member of the eight-cylinder LS engine family, and in our opinion, it’s your only option if you’re building a serious pro-touring car.
The builder of this 1969 Camaro currently for sale on eBay would probably agree with us on that. The car has received a huge list of upgrades which include but aren’t limited to an LS7 crate engine and a GM-sourced Tremec T56 six-speed manual transmission.
Matching up with the 505 horsepower power plant is completely Ridetch rebuilt suspension, a Moser 12 bolt rear end with 4:11 gears and moser axles. There’s also a Z06 brake kit with 6 piston calipers in the front and 4 pistons in the rear.
The interior has also been partially brought into the 21st century with reupholstered seating, a billet steering wheel and aftermarket gauges. Rounding it all off is Iconz 3-piece wheels measuring 19 inches in the front and 20 inches in the rear. Best of all? The seller claims it’s the “lowest price LS7 ’69 Camaro on eBay,” though the reserve price is not listed.