This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro received an extensive, professionally executed restoration in 2014, but in 2017, the owner upped the ante with a greater emphasis on Pro Tourer-style performance. Now, this gorgeous restomod is up for sale.
Outside, this ’69 Chevrolet Camaro looks the part thanks to polished PPG Lemans Blue paint, which shines bright thanks to six layers of clear coat. The grille was shaved, while Marquez Design parking lamps, LED Anvil Auto headlamps, and a chin spoiler add to the front fascia’s styling. Up top is a Cowl Induction Hood, while a set of carbon fiber fenders cut a bit of weight. The Chevy rides on forged Formula 43 wheels, which are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport rubber.
You may have noticed the LSX script on the ’69 Chevrolet Camaro’s rear, a detail which was added as a nod to the Chevrolet Performance LSX 454 V8 engine waiting under the hood. With an iron block, forged 4340 crank and rods, forged aluminum pistons, and 11:1 compression, this monster pumps out 627 horsepower and 586 pound-feet of torque – serious performance for any vehicle on the road.
The carbon fiber air boxes and unpainted carbon fenders give the LSX some eye-widening style, while details like Ultimate Headers and a Griffin radiator round it out. The Chevrolet Camaro’s 454 mates to a Tremec T56 Magnum six-speed manual transmission, which feeds a Strange nine-inch rear axle with Posi-traction, 4.10 gearing, and 35-spline axles.
Unsatisfied with simply looking amazing and going fast in a straight line, this ’69 Chevrolet Camaro is now “competition-ready” thanks to a series of handing upgrades, all of which give it the prowess needed to hit the autocross circuit. Highlights include a Speedtech ExtReme independent front suspension and Ridetech triangulated four-link rear suspension, with double-adjustable coilovers at all four corners. There’s also a Hotchkis subframe, 14-inch brakes with four- and six-pot Wilwood calipers, and power rack and pinion steering.
The custom interior combines functionality and comfort, with leather-wrapped bucket seats and racing harnesses, modern air conditioning, remote keyless entry, and a modern stereo.
Now, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Restomod is up for sale from RK Motors, listed at $169,900.
Source: RK Motors