This immaculate Resto-Mod Pro-Touring Camaro is equipped with a Dart splayed 406ci VB dual intercooled small block which outputs up to 815 hp or less when tuned for pump gas - up to 1,200hp on race gas. It has a Turbo 400 automatic transmission with Gear Vendors overdrive. It also has Moser 911 373:1 gears Budnik wheels and many aluminum pieces and parts throughout. This SS features a high-powered sound system, power steering, power windows, 4-wheel disc brakes with vented and slotted rotors, Strange Engineering rear with 31-spline axles and RS grille with hideaway. It also features a Detroit Speed chassis with tubular control arms which makes the car drive and handle like modern machinery. The amazing concours paint job was applied after a custom body fit, roll bar and is topped-off with a fiberglass Stinger hood. The full custom-leather interior also features Vintage Air and dash with custom gauges. The custom exhaust can be opened and closed real time and the boost can be adjusted in seconds with the touch of a button inside the car. It has 2,100 miles since the frame-off with an original documented Bill of Sale for $184,995. No expense was spared at any juncture in the restoration process. This bullet-proof small block features Brodix heads, an Eagle crankshaft, 71-pound injectors, roller cam, FAST electronic sequential fuel injection, polished TPiS intake with 1,000 cfm throttle bottle, Hellfire rings, Cometic head gaskets, Turbonetics twin turbos with dual racegates, Godzilla blow-off valves and Stef's oil plan. This '69 Camaro has full documentation, drives like a 2009, rides at 3,000 rpm at 80 mph down the highway and has a mind-blowing 600 to 1,200 variable adjustable horsepower.