Faithful followers of the annual SEMA show will recognize this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro from the 2013 show where it was featured at the BASF stand. After that show, it went on to become the recipient of the 2015 Goodguys Builder’s Choice Award, and was featured on the cover of Rides Magazine.
Now, it’s for sale on eBay, for the princely sum of $299,900.
With over $420,000 invested, this Camaro restomod boasts parts from some top-notch brands, and offers plenty of performance with its LS9 V8 engine, supercharged to produce 638 horsepower and 604 lb-ft of torque. A Tremec 6-speed manual transmission lets you row through the gears the old-fashioned way.
This classic Chevrolet offers much more than speed, though. It’s fitted with a hydroformed front-clip by Detroit Speed, as well as the Detroit Speed QUADRALink rear suspension setup. Power rack-and-pinion steering and Baer 4-wheel disc brakes also contribute to the car’s collection of “best-of-the-best” parts.
Of course, being a SEMA show car, aesthetics were also key to this Camaro’s preparation. That’s where BASF stepped in with a Carizzma Ruthless Red finish and hand-laid carbon fiber roof skin. The highly-modified body and color give it a distinct look, complete with custom Vellano VKS wheels – 20 inches front, 21 rear. And what’s a highly-customized Camaro without a custom side-exit exhaust?
Still, out of everything, our favorite part would have to be the beautiful engine bay. And that’s saying a lot; there’s plenty here to love.
And yet, this Camaro’s just-shy-of-$300,000 asking price steems awfully steep, regardless of the amount invested. Do you think it will sell at that price? Or will the seller be forced to settle for less? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
For more pictures or for more information, see the listing here. Note that it was appraised by NC Auto Appraisal in August of 2015.