classic vintage chrome fuel injection swap Chevy custom chassis cowl hood
Price: US $174,995.00 Item location: Concord, North Carolina, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Camaro
- SubModel: LS3 Restomod
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: LS3 Restomod
- Year: 1969
- Mileage: 714
- VIN: 124379N563383
- Color: Brandywine
- Engine size: LS3 6.2L V8
- Power options: --
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Interior color: Tan
- Options: --
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro LS3 RestomodThis 1969 Chevrolet Camaro LS3 restomod is all about taking one of the most aggressive '60s designs and adding ultra slick paint, modern trim, a custom A/C interior, four-wheel disc brakes, six-speed stick, a fuel-injected LS3 V8, and so much more. It's even riding on a brand-new performance chassis. So yes, this is the ultimate award-worthy muscle machine that's ready to turn heads right now.
This car was a full professional build by Father and Sons shop. It was completed only a few months ago and only about 700 miles have been put on it total. So when you have this kind of freshness on a build where there was a good amount of money spent, it's the kind of car that has its own gravity to attract eyeballs. The Brandywine paint has an amazing metallic element and 10 coats of clearcoat. So this one loves to radiate in the sunshine. This high-gloss finish also showcases the precision panel fit as the '69 Camaro's iconic lines flow nearly seamlessly. The first-gen cars had some of the most aggressive styling straight from the factory, and this carries all the best elements with the deep chin spoiler, cowl hood, and full-width spoiler. Plus, this one has its style factor turned way up with pieces like the high-polish Boze alloys, LED halo lights, and Kindigit-style flush door handles. And those racing stripes not only look distinctive in tan, but also preview the interior color. It's that kind of subtle coordination that's reserved for only exceptional builds.
The interior is just as nicely upgraded as the exterior. It starts with the high-back bucket seats up front are borrowed from a Camaro. They are power adjustable and finished in a supple leather. In fact, as you look over the inside, you can see that not only were the seats inspired by the 5th gen Camaro, but also so were the dash and door panels. We especially love how it adapts that car's sweeping exterior color streak that stylishly flows across the whole front. This restomod gives you all the best modern features, including power windows, power locks, power steering, tilt steering column, cup holder center console, and an automatic A/C climate control system. The stereo is an AM/FM/XM touchscreen head unit to control the Bluetooth, backup camera, sat nav, and full Rockford Fosgate speaker system. But more than just luxury, this is a true driver's machine. You have a grippy chrome steering wheel, and beyond that is a full set of Speedhut gauges. Have you noticed that the shifter has 50% more gears than you'd ever expected in a '69 Camaro?
You'll love popping the hood at all the car shows and watching everyone gravitate towards modern V8 set in a full custom presentation. Not only are crowds going to be marveling at all the polished components and tidy presentation, but also they'll love that this full custom build has modern Chevy LS-power. The fuel-injected 6.2-liter LS3 GM Performance block V8 is a very cool powerplant to have. After all, they were part of the Camaro's modern revival, and they are good for well over 400 horsepower right out of the box. Plus, this one has been upgraded to inhale deeper with a cold air intake, and it exhales with added power and authority from the headers feeding the dual exhaust. The modern T56 six-speed manual means you have full control over this monster motor and its thunderous soundtrack. And take some time to look at all the undercarriage photos. You're going to want to put a mirror under this one, because everything is pretty much either color-matched or chrome. The only major piece painted differently is the frame, and that's so you can recognize the strength that the new Schwartz Performance chassis brings (reportedly a $20k investment all on its own!) There's also tubular A-arms up front, a four-link rear, serious reinforcements, adjustable coilovers, and Wilwood four-wheel power disc brakes.
There was a lot of time, inspiration, and money invested into making this Camaro so award-worthy. In fact, the price is even a bargain considering the costs on this are reported to be over $200k. A one-of-a-kind build like this that is for sale means it's your fleeting chance at owning what everyone else will want. Call now!