” The line between a resto-mod and a pro-touring build is becoming increasingly harder to distinguish. But a true pro-touring car like this ’69 Camaro, receives a build geared more towards performance than comfort. A resto-mod might have a modern suspension and drivetrain, but a pro-tourer will have a suspension and power plant that is assembled with the sole purpose to push the limits of cornering ability and maintaining traction. Need a better idea of what it looks like? Take a closer look at this Camaro and you’ll clearly see what a Pro-Touring build is supposed to be like.
The combination of the overall look, power under the hood, and interior, earned this ’69 Camaro the name of ‘Black Cherry.’ And trust us, Black Cherry is one of the sweetest Pro-Touring Camaros we have ever seen. Many pony cars are advertised as being a pro-tourer, but this is a prime example of what a first class Pro-Touring build should look like.
It all starts with the body that is covered in an exquisite Sikkens glossy black paint. The builders opted to remove all the hardware, exterior trim, door handles, and even the windshield wipers to help accentuate the lines of the Camaro… And it works! ”
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