Twin Turbo LS3 capable of 840hp, 4L80E Auto, Custom Interior, AC, Custom Car!
• Wicked Camaro resto-mod that's the product of a detailed, well-planned, ground-up restoration and upgrades
• Approximately 200 miles on build
• Twin turbocharged LS3 engine
• Capable of 840 HP and 825 ft/lbs of torque at 16 lbs of boost. Currently tamed down to around 500hp for roadworthiness.
• 68mm precision ball bearing turbos
• 44mm waste gates and blow-off valves
• 1000cc injectors
• 3 inch stainless exhaust with V bands
• Holley electronic fuel injection with built-in turbo timer
• Custom built coated intercooler
• Custom turbo manifold with Jet Hot coated down pipes
• Manley pistons, I-beam forged connecting rods and stainless valves
• ARP head studs
• Built 4L80E automatic transmission
• Detroit Speed 9-inch rear end with Quadralink
• Detroit Speed front suspension and subframe
• Baer 6 piston front and 4 piston rear brake calipers
• Metallic Gray exterior with custom Red interior by Interiors by Chuck in Charlotte, North Carolina
• Drip rails removed
• Mini tubbed 3.35 rear tires
• Formula 43 3-piece wheels
• Functional quarter panel grilles
• Tucked rear bumper
• JL speakers and 10 inch subwoofer
• Functional quarter panel gills
• Vintage Air
• All Custom Classics vehicles receive a comprehensive, multi-point inspection
• We can arrange shipment of your purchase to anywhere in the world
For most collector car enthusiasts, the privilege of owning a classic car isn't about numbers or return on investment. It's about heading out on the weekend and having a little bit (or in this case, a LOT) of fun. It's about making a statement and turning heads. It's about the excitement of putting the wind in their face and the roar of an all-American V8 at their back. That's why rides like this awesome 1969 Camaro resto-mod have such a loyal following. Wrapping a Twin Turbo LS3 and a tough-built 4L80E Automatic trans with aggressive 6 Piston Baer brakes and a fully upgraded Detroit Speed chassis, this Chevy is stylish, sinister, well designed, unique, and most importantly, provides a whole lot of enjoyment for many years to come. Want to make it yours? Call Your friends at Custom Classics we will be happy to help!
The beneficiary of a detailed, ground-up restoration that was completed in late 2019, this storied Chevy wears a super solid body that's dressed in glossy Metalic Gray 2-stage. Both slick and deep, that polished pigment presents a decidedly sinister appearance thanks to choice blackout elements that are especially striking bathed in golden sunlight. Yet despite its heavily customized appearance, the car's trim and ornamentation remain a stylish mix of familiar attributes. Upfront, a blacked-out grille hangs between blackout headlights, a body-matched bumper, LED parking lamps and a custom chin spoiler. Behind that grille, a Camaro-branded header leads the eye to a Cowl Induction Hood, which fronts tinted glass that centers modernized frames. At the sides of that glass, sporty color coded mirrors reflect a sculpted profile that's shaved of everything but the Black painted door handles. Keeping a sharp eye on the car you'll notice the drip rails were shaved off, as well as the bodyside marker lights, and operational side quarter vents that add to that Sinister look. And at the back of the car, shades a second body-color-matched bumper, that has been cut down and tucked neatly into the side rear quarter panels, and modernized Rally Sport blacked out billet tail lamps.
BIG CHEVY POWER!
This Camaro's GM LS3 is capable 840 horsepower into 825 lb/ft of torque at 16lbs of boost and larger fuel pump - compliments of twin 68 mm Precision ball-bearing turbos that get fed by 1000cc injectors and Holley electronic fuel injection. Currently the car is tuned-down to around 500hp for roadworthiness. This LS3 is properly built with Manley Pistons, I-beam Forged connecting rods and stainless valves which join a hydraulic cam and hypereutectic pistons to create energy. That Chevrolet-engineered internals funnel spent gases through monochromatic Stainless Works headers. There's also a massive aluminum radiator that's slid between a dressed support, aftermarket fluid reservoirs, with big electric puller fans to keep everything cool on hot summer cruises. A serpentine drive spins a modern AC compressor opposite a modern alternator. Ancillaries are first-rate in every way, with braided fluid lines and trusty 6-piston Baer braking components that provide confident stopping force to all those horses. Let's not forget the raucous mill rolls in a clean, body-matched frame that's finished with niceties like billet hood supports adding even more class and style everywhere you look.
SPEAKING OF CONFIDENCE
Park this Bad Boy on a lift and you'll find a clean undercarriage that, like the car's polished body, benefits from a roster of desirable modifications. Just behind the motor, a built automatic 4L80E transmission, which twists power through a familiar Detroit Speed 9-inch that's finished with a posi-traction differential and big, 3.70 USG Stealth gears by GearFX driveline company which is all attached to a Quadralink rear suspension. On the front-end, the car wears a full Detroit front suspension and subframe helping anyone looking to do proper autocross or road race events or just carve some corners on the weekend. At every corner of the suspension, you'll find Baer Brake calipers that squeeze four drilled and slotted rotors. Stepping back to get the bigger picture, you'll notice the car's solid floors and frame niceties like stainless fluid lines, blacked-out trans pan, and fresh blacked out performance stainless-steel fuel tank. Spent gases traverse large-diameter pipes, which are tamed through the polished mufflers. Power meets the pavement through monochromatic blades, which spin BF GoodRich 335/30ZR18 rears and 225/35ZR18's in the front all rolling on aggresive, blacked out, custom Formula 43 three-piece wheels with a hint of painted red "Formula 43" markings to match the interior. The fine details like this help tie everything together and further adds to the sinister look of the car.
Open this Camaro's tight-fitting doors and you'll find an incredibly designed and tastefully customized interior that wraps timeless style in a nice blend of comfort and convenience. Bolstered leather front buckets complement upgraded rear buckets that are split by a custom-built console. In front of those thrones, a trimmed dash hangs upgraded Autometer Gauges next to modern climate control and custom audio. At the base of the dash, a leather-trimmed console plants a trick LoKar shifter amid the console and upgraded accessory gauges. Custom side panels string billet handles in front of quick power windows. And the driver spins an attractive, Billet Specialties branded steering wheel around a modern tilting column with LED interior lighting. The beautiful interior job was completed by "Interiors by Chuck" in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Well-built, fully detailed and attention-grabbing in every sinister way, this one-of-a-kind '69 Camaro backs a lot of show with a WHOLE lot of GO. In summary, it's what every car enthusiast dreams of in one package: unparalleled performance, head-turning style, and endless good times! If you're ready to bring home one of the coolest pro-touring classic cars on the market, free up some garage space and give us a call now!