5.7L LS1 V8
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Restomod Tribute is a multi-year fully restored car. It\'s the kind of build where someone put in a lot of time and effort, and you can see it so clearly because there\'s only about 3,200 miles on it since being completed. So look over the awesome fuel-injected power, overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, super slick paint, and carefully crafted custom interior... And you\'ll see an award-worthy build, right down to the undercarriage.
We\'re told the full restoration took nearly a decade to complete. In fact, the paint and body was a four-year process all on its own. New panels, meticulous sanding, and proper adjusting make for a smooth body that\'s now ready for a super-smooth paint. The result is a deep blue ocean of color, with a slick effect that even extends to the Z/28\'s painted black dual racing stripes. This one also gets the sporty details you really want correct, like the deep chin spoiler, cowl induction hood, and full-width rear spoiler. Plus, the wraparound chrome bumpers are mirror-like, the taillights are upgraded, and the tri-bar headlights are crystal-clear. The Foose wheels bring the shining and aggressive package together with an outstanding polish and an intimidating 18/20-inch front/rear stance.
There have been more big investments inside, and just like the exterior, the idea is to mix vintage premium with modern performance. You see this best on the seats. The front buckets have terrific bolstering that can only come from a modern setup, but they also took the time to make sure it keeps the Camaro\'s classic insignia trim. Even the rear seat follows this style. And with the carpeting, door panels, headliner, dash, and all the other fundamental feeling so fresh, this custom coupe is really a nice place to spend some time. You even have comfy upgrades like power windows, a cup holder center console, an AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input, and an adjustable Kicker subwoofer. A true restomod also upgrades the driving experience. That\'s why you also have a B&M shifter, sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and a custom dash full of AutoMeter ProComp gauges.
The engine bay was set up to win you awards all on its own. Smooth inner walls, expertly routed wire/hoses, and a ton of polished components would be enough to impress most of us. But this one really turns it up a notch with the air-brushed engine covers that remind us that the Camaro is a true all-American hero. And those covers are also important for another reason, they have the unmistakable shape of the one covering Chevy LS1 power. So you have a true Camaro powerhouse, but one that benefits from over 30 years of evolution. And that\'s just the base, because they took a low-mileage 2000 Camaro SS motor and completely rebuilt it. This is now a hardy set up with a cold air intake, BBK SSI fuel injection intake, a Lunati Voodoo cam, Comp Cams valve springs, Comp Cam pushrods, SLP double roller timing chain, a Modified oil pump, and Stainless Works long tube headers feeding an X-pipe dual exhaust with Pypes mufflers. Everything from the Afco aluminum radiator to the billet hood hinges tell you they had an eye for all the right supporting components, too. This powerful heart is connected to a 4L60E four-speed transmission that has a TCI 2800 stall converter and TransGo shift kit. It feeds into a stout Moser limited-slip 12-bolt rear with 3.73 gears. The undercarriage shows how fresh this coupe is over every inch. Plus, power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and the modern grip of ZR-rated tires complete a package designed to own the streets.
There\'s said to be $82k in just the build alone, and the restoration photo book takes you on this long journey to create something this awesome. So don\'t miss your chance to make it yours. Call now!
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