” If you want to build a crowd-pleasing custom, there are a few simple rules to follow. For starters, base the build around a popular model. Keep the paint scheme simple, the wheels tasteful and make sure sure to dial in the stance. For the best results, throw in plenty of power, a capable chassis and a sleek custom interior wrapped in a carefully chosen color. It’s much more difficult than it sounds but this sinister ’69 Camaro adheres to that formula for a result that is nothing short of spectacular. At the core is a true X55 Camaro SS that’s been fully reworked from the subframe up. Featuring big block power, a Muncie four-speed, a fully modernized suspension and a stunning custom interior, no piece of this F-body has been left untouched. If you’re ready to rule the show field and the autocross course, why not do it all at once with this killer Camaro?
When this coupe left GM’s Norwood, OH plant in January of 1969, it looked a little different than it does today. A fresh coat of code 71 LeMans Blue graced the exterior and a standard code 711 black interior filled the cabin with non-offensive Chevrolet styling. It was undoubtedly a good looking car but little about it could be described as hyper-aggressive. Somewhere over the last 44 years, the car took a turn for the dark side, ultimately becoming the sinister Camaro before you today. The LeMans blue paint was scrapped in favor of a rich coat of Tuxedo black which offers up clear and accurate reflections from all around. Look closely and a matte black hockey-stick stripe comes into view, adding a dark twist to a classic GM striping package. When black paint looks this good, you can rest assured that an astronomical amount of time and money was invested into creating an ultra sleek canvas for the paintwork to cover. Panel fitment is equally impressive with clean even gaps all around. ”
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