Another 1969 Chevrolet Camaro lives on thanks to tuners
U.S. residents love their iconic muscle cars so much, they seem willing to put virtually any kind of money into restoring them over and over again. Feast your eyes on this excellent 1969 Chevrolet Camaro restomod as a good example.
The car has been torn down to the last screw, cleaned and pieced back together in a body painted Metallic Blue. The old headlamps yielded their niches to Anvil LED lights, and a custom front spoiler was added at the front. The stock wheels were swapped out for forged Formula 43 rims, and the suspension received a major upgrade as well, based on Speedtech ExtReme (front) and Ridetech (rear) parts.
The cabin now features cozy leather seats, a modern HVAC, an audio system, and electronic locks.
The old 7.0-liter non-turbo V8 still sits under the hood, churning out up to 627 hp (468 kW) and 800 Nm (590 lb-ft) of torque.
RK Motors has the restomod listed for sale until the end of the month, and the asking price is U.S. $169,900.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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