This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Restomod tribute stands out as one of the sharpest Camaros we've seen roll through our showroom. Tons of power out of the 606 hp big block, a six-speed stick, sinister black, hideaway Rally Sport headlights, a full custom interior, and an overall look that's sooooo mean on the streets...what else could you ask for?
If cars were actors, there would be no doubt that this one could play a super villain in every movie. The shiny jet black paint looks like it's out to consume all of the light around it, and it's a high-quality finish that it's ready for its Hollywood close-up. The hidden RS headlamps make the front end look like it wants to inhale the road ahead. The mean attitude is continued on the front air dam, rear spoiler, and the power bulge of the cowl hood. Those are all a nice investment in the classic pieces. But this one goes much further. The blackout treatment extends to the custom details, like the color-matched bumpers, sport mirrors, and expertly deleted door handles. It helps heighten the slick and dark experience of this coupe to make it looks like it could slip through the midnight air. All this darkness is broken up by a terrific set of Intro billet wheels. With a lowered suspension and an aggressive 18/22-inch front/rear stagger, this only added to the coupe's mean attitude.
The full red interior makes this dark horse look like it's out for blood. The leather seats look awesome with terrific stitching and plenty of bolstering for comfort. You can tell there was a ton invested here for this complete custom setup. But more than just look great, it also has the right features, like cold-blowing air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD stereo with a full Kicker audio system. But our favorite part has to be the dash. The '60 Impala always had one of the sportiest looks with its round gauges in individual pods. So this design has been expertly integrated on the smooth dash. That's why we wouldn't be surprised if the interior won awards all on its own. And this was also built for performance. That's why you have Billet Specialties leather-wrapped steering wheel, a performance stick shift, and AutoMeter Sport-Comp gauges. Plus, we know you'll love the feeling of pressing that glowing start button to awaken the beast under the hood.
The engine bay is nothing but slick black and bright components, so you know they spent a ton here. In fact, you're looking at a 496 cubic-inch Blueprint crate motor that was installed less than 1,000 miles ago. The V8 has everything you want, including a huge AED Fuel Systems four-barrel carburetor, Spectre dual plenum air intake, March serpentine pulleys, and Hedman long tube headers feeding the dual exhaust. This fresh big block is rated at 606 horsepower. This high-performance V8 and its thunderous soundtrack is firmly in your command thanks to the Tremec T56 six-speed manual transmission. But it's more than just brute force that makes this coupe great. Take a look at the undercarriage photos. You'll notice a Fatman tubular A-arm front suspension, a four-link, and a Currie limited slip rear end. Plus, with rack & pinion power steering, Baer drilled & slotted four-wheel disc brakes, and grippy ZR-rated tires at every corner, this is a classic Camaro capable of some very modern moves.
The clean undercarriage photos show you the great lengths they went to in creating one of the cleanest coupes around. It's a true award-winner and we even have the Goodguys award to prove it. So if you want a true stunner, call today!