Year: 1969 Make: Chevrolet Model: Camaro Color: Blue over White Price: This vehicle is sold.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
This beautiful Pro Street Camaro sits on an Art Morrison Super Car chassis and includes all of the receipts from the build including blueprints of the frame, front end, and rear end. If you are a Toyota Prius driver looking to walk the back 9 this Sunday, stop reading right here (X), but all thrill seekers should read on!
Front suspension comprised of Mustang 2 components
Chrome tubular A arms
Coil over shocks
Pinto polished rack and pinion.
4 link with coil over shocks
Ford 9 inch with Detroit locker, 389 gears, 31 spline axles and a braced housing, all from Currie Enterprises
11-inch front discs with Granada rotors and GM metric calipers, Wilwood master cylinder and pedal assembly with proportioning valve
11x2 1/4 Rear drum
15x14 Billet Specialties Street Lite Rear wheels with new 31x16.5x15 Mickey Thompson SR radials
15x4 Billet Specialties Street Lite Front wheels with new 26x5 Mickey Thompson SR radials
Polished Pro Stock steering column with a quick release steering wheel
8 piece fiberglass front end: fenders, lower valance, header, hood, core support, bumper, and wiper delete cowl
Sheet metal under the seats is 1/4 inch aluminum, everything else is 18 gauge aluminized steel
RS grill, fixed head light doors, detachable front spoiler
05 Toyota Speedway Blue Paint with GM white and PPG base coat clear coat
Custom dash featuring Autometer gauges
Kenwood deck, with 600 watt amp, a 10 inch sub, 6x9 speakers and remote.
ProCar ralley buckets with Simpson seat belts.
Hurst pistol grip shifter with a Hurst roll control, through a 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass center console
468 cu.in. big block chevy with 2 bolt mains
Edelbrock performer intake
750 Edelbrock carb
flame thrower distributer
120 amp alternator
2 1/2 inch exhaust with ultra flow mufflers and chrome block hugger headers
aluminum radiator w/ secondary aluminum radiator (plumbed like a heater core for better cooling)
8 gallon fuel cell in the trunk fed by a Carter electric fuel pump
GM Turbo 400 with aluminum drive shaft and a frame mounted 18 inch finned tranny cooler