1969 Pro Touring / Restomod Camaro - LSX - T56 Magnum, Speedtech, Detroit Speed!

Price: US $159,000.00 Item location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • SubModel: Pro Touring
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Rally Sport
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 1800
  • VIN: 124379N613722
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: LSX 454 - 7.4L - 630hp
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Safety options: Racing Harnesses
  • Options: Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport

1969 LeMans Blue Camaro RS – Pro Touring, Restomod for sale – Located near Pittsburgh, PA

Track or cruising, this car can do it all well while still standing out in the LS-swapped pro-touring crowd!

Please read everything below prior to bidding.

All parts were purchased brand new for this build.


Speedtech Extreme front subframe (serial # 0174) – Ridetech double adjustable shocks – can fit 315 front tires

C7 Corvette front hubs

Sweet Manufacturing power steering rack spec’d by Speedtech

Ridetech triangulated rear 4-link – Ridetech double adjustable shocks

Hotchkis subframe connectors

Solid body mounts

Speedtech polyurethane engine and transmission mounts

T-56 Magnum close ratio transmission

S1 Sequential shifter with gear indicator - https://www.s1sequential.com/- bump back to upshift, bump forward to downshift...pretty cool!

Balanced Steel Driveshaft

Strange Engineering Ford 9” rear with S-trac and 35 spline axles, 4.10 ratio. Big Ford bearings.

McLeod RST dual clutch kit, RAM slave cylinder, Tilton clutch master cylinder with Detroit Speed mount

Front camber is currently set at -2.0 degrees.


LSX454 – 630hp – Built by Ilmor Engineering in Plymoth MI – Broken in on engine dyno by Ilmor

Harrop Hurricane ITB intake manifold with Fluix carbon fiber air boxes ($8,500 intake system)

Displacement (cu. in.): 454 (7.4L)

Bore x Stroke (in.): 4.185 x 4.125 (106.3 x 104.8 mm)

Block (P/N 19244057): LSX 454 with six-bolt, cross-bolted main caps

Crankshaft: Callies Dragon Slayer 4340 forged steel with Six-bolt flange

Connecting Rods: Callies H-Beam 4340 forged steel

Pistons (GM P/N 19166958): Forged aluminum

Camshaft Type (P/N 19166972): Hydraulic roller

Valve Lift (in.): 0.648 intake / 0.648 exhaust

Camshaft Duration (@.050 in.): 236° intake / 246° exhaust

Cylinder Heads: GM Aluminum LS3-L92 port; with "as cast" 70-cc chambers

Valve Size (in.): 2.200 Inconel intake / 1.610 Inconel exhaust

Compression Ratio: 11.0:1

Rocker Arms (P/N 12579615 int): Investment-cast, roll trunnion

Rocker Arms (P/N 12579617 exh): Investment-cast, roll trunnion

Rocker Arm Ratio: 1.8:1

Recommended Fuel: 92 octane

Maximum Recommended rpm: 7100

Reluctor Wheel: 58X

Balanced: Internal

Oil Pump: Melling

Mast Motorsports Oil Pan

Speedtech Headers (Ultimate – specific for Speedtech Extreme subframe), all stainless, TIG welded, 3" tubing, V-Band clamps, and Magnaflow mufflers. Exhaust exits from the rear of the car in the stock location.

GM E38 ECU + Speartech custom wiring harness

Throttle by wire

ATI Dampener

Holley LS valve covers

LS3 ignition coils – Taylor wires

Jones Racing Power Steering pump - spec'd for Speedtech steering rack

Derale power steering cooler

Griffin aluminum LS Radiator with oil to water oil cooler

Dual Spal cooling fans with Corvette C6 PWM fan control

Engine bottom end was built to handle any future power increases if desired.

Wheels and Tires:

Formula 43 Forged Aluminum 3-piece with spin forged barrels

18 x 10.5 Front – 295/30r18 Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 N3 tires- 200 tread wear

18 x 12 Rear– 335/30r18 Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 N3 tires – 200 tread wear

Tires are legal at Goodguys and other muscle car events which typically require 200+ tread wear tires

Brake System:

Front: Wilwood Forged Superlite 6R 6-Piston Big Brake kit – 14” rotors with Aluminum hats

Rear: Wilwood Forged Superlite 4R 4-Piston Big Brake kit – 14” rotors with Aluminum hats

Wilwood BP-10 pad compound

Wilwood EXP 600 plus super high temp DOT 4 brake fluid

Wilwood adjustable parking brake cable

New custom bent lines, stainless steel braided and coated Wilwood flex lines.

Dual 9” brake booster with Wilwood master cylinder and proportioning valve

Auxiliary vacuum pump operated by Volvo vacuum switch


Custom Interior by the professionals at Gillin Auto Interiors in Middleburg NY

BMW black leather throughout interior and trunk

Mercedes-Benz Carpet throughout interior and trunk

Alcantara one piece head liner

Alcantara wrapped steering wheel with BWM M-style stitching

Carbon Fiber accents

Sparco seat sliders, extension brackets so a 6’4” guy can fit comfortably while wearing a helmet

Reclining sport seats

Detroit Speed dash with Custom Speedhut OBDII gauges

IDIDIT tilt Steering column

Speartech (GM) cruise control

Leather wrapped dash pad

Custom center console with machined switch mount plate

Ironworks Speed and Kustom Ford GT style switches

POLK Audio Bluetooth head unit

Rockford Fosgate speakers throughout – Hidden behind custom kick panels and package tray

Rockford Fosgate 10” subwoofer

Rockford Fosgate amplifier

Gen6 Camaro ZL1 push button start

Digital Guard Dawg keyless entry, locks, start system, alarm

Power windows

SCHROTH Racing harnesses with custom removable harness bar

H3R 2.5lb fire extinguisher with quick release mount

MODO Innovations door locks

MODO Innovations pedal covers

MODO Innovations electric trunk latch

Anvil Auto carbon fiber door sills

Clayton Machine Works door handles

Rear view camera, display in rear view mirror

Dyna Mat and Dyna Liner throughout, including roof


Vintage Air AC and heating system

Vintage Air AC lines

Optima Red Top battery mounted in trunk with billet mount

II Much fabrication fuel and rear axle vent systems

PTFE lined stainless braided black hose with AN fittings for all fuel/oil/power steering lines

Detroit Speed RS electric headlight kit

Detroit Speed wiper motor kit

Ricks Tanks stainless steel fuel tank

Detroit Speed – Vapor Worx Fuel controller with CTS-V pump

Anvil Auto LED headlights

Remote starter solenoid (so starting wire is only electrified during cranking)

Heat reflective wrap where necessary, silicone sleeve on oil and fuel hose in the engine bay.


Restored 2012-2015

Painted in 2015 – Paint is very good, has some very minor wear from being driven. I’d rate it a 9 out of 10.

December 2019 - Professionally buffed and Ceramic coated.

New quarter panels, fenders, door skins, floor, trunk pan, hood, front end

Detroit Speed Mini Tubs

Can provide 100+ photos of restoration process

Speedtech heightened transmission tunnel

Anvil Auto carbon fiber inner fenders

Anvil Auto carbon fiber closeout panel (not installed yet)

Ring Brothers hood hinges (Black - installed after photos were taken)

Firewall smoothed and painted satin black

The Story:

This restoration began in 2012 as a light pro-touring build commissioned by the previous owner. The body work, paint, and initial assembly was done by Classic Cars of McHenry in Illinois. The car had a stock style interior, stock subframe with DSE Speed kit 3, Ride Tech rear, and carbureted LSx454 with T-56 magnum. I purchased the car in 2016 with 1,200 miles on initial build and began taking it to the next level with the purpose of auto-crossing and taking the car to track days. The car was fully disassembled, swapped to fuel injection with the Harrop ITB manifold and all systems were upgraded. This included adding the 14” Wilwood braking system, re-wiring the entire car, adding the Speedtech Extreme subframe, adding 10.5” wide front wheels, and having a professionally crafted interior with high end materials installed. I’ve taken this car to a few track days and several auto cross events including Goodguys Columbus this year. The goal was to create a mechanically exotic and unique drive train with the Harrop ITB intake, carbon fiber air boxes, S1 Sequential shifter, and carry the carbon theme to the interior while keeping the exterior mostly “stock” looking. I chose the Speedtech subframe to fit the wide front tires and their very robust steering system. I went with the 295s to avoid any rubbing issues. Speedtech says a 315 tire will fit. Some serious guys are running 335s up front with fender mods with the Extreme subframe. I’ve driven a couple full DSE suspension cars which ride excellent, but I like the firmer steering feel of the Speedtech Extreme system better. Both are great systems. All manuals, documents, receipts, and a few hundred photos will be included with the sale. I can send anyone who is seriously interested a link to all the photos to outlining the build(s) on this car. Car has about 600 miles on its latest round of modifications, bringing the total drive train mileage to about 1,800. The car rides great, handles well, sounds very mean, and gets compliments at every event.

I encourage you to ask questions, and inspections are welcome. These builds are very unique and everything is best explained and shown in person if possible. I can send a google drive link to hundreds of photos if interested. This is a lot of money to spend on a car. Please, serious inquiries only and do your research. As we all know, there is far more invested in these builds in labor and parts than the asking price reflects. I'm selling only because I've found another 69 Camaro project car. I can assist with lining up transportation but Buyer is responsible for transportation costs. phone: three three O - four O 6 - six three 5 three

I'm not looking for trades at this time. Please don't waste time with low ball offers. I'm not hard pressed to sell. This is not a bondo bandit with a junkyard LS motor and some craigslist wheels slapped on it. All parts are top quality.

I can store the car in my heated garage until spring and even assist with delivery in an enclosed trailer within a reasonable distance. If you live across the county, I can help arrange shipping and work with the selected transporter. Please contact me to work something out. If you plan to just cruise in the car, I can set the alignment and suspension less aggressively prior to pick up.