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1969
Chevrolet
Camaro LS3 Restomod
Stock # 7903-CHA
Engine 6.2L LS3
Transmission 6 Speed Automatic
Color Brown Metallic
Interior Cream
Mileage 3 (Since Built)
Chassis
Front Suspension Type Adjustable Coilovers
Rear Suspension Type Adjustable Coilovers
Axle Specification 3.73 TRU TRAC
Front Wheel Specification 19x9
Rear Wheel Specification 20x12
Front Tire Specification 255/30ZR19
Rear Tire Specification 335/25ZR20
Options
Seatbelts (Front) Power Windows Power Steering Power Locks Fuel Injection Four Wheel Disc Brakes Coil-Over Suspension Tilt Wheel Leather Seats Heat Air Conditioning Defrost Satellite Radio iPod Compatible Bluetooth Radio AM/FM Radio
Advertised Price
$239,995
OR
$1,970.26
per month
HIGHLY CUSTOMIZED, SWAPPED 6.2L LS3, 6SPD TRANS, RECENT RESTO, VERY CLEAN IN/OUT

No offense to the rest of our inventory, but this is one of the nicest Camaro Restomod we've ever seen. It's the ULTIMATE way to build a custom F-body: take a gorgeous 1969 Camaro and cover it in show-stopping Brown Metallic paint poured from end-to-end across straight bodywork. Add a powerful fuel-injected 6.2L LS3 V8 BluePrint V8 custom-built to the nines and presented as it belongs in a Bentley, a built 6L80E automatic, and a pavement-hugging pro-touring suspension. Finish with a bespoke interior that keeps the spirit of what was great about the original design and turns it on its head with opulent materials and the best in modern tech. It was completed in January 2023 by local legend Colin Ingle, just 3 miles ago.

We don't have the space to fully cover this Camaro in this limited medium – not just because of the laundry list of top-end features and performance parts but also because we could wax poetic about it all day. Thankfully, if you buy this Camaro, all the magazines, bloggers, YouTubers, TV show producers, etc., that will instantly be calling you to feature this STUNNER on their respective platforms should have enough ink and Cloud space to cover it. All we can do is summarize ... Please ask for the full description.

Charlotte Showroom
800 Derita Road
Concord, NC, 28027
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Stock #:
7903-CHA
1969 Chevrolet Camaro LS3 Restomod
$239,995

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Stock
7903-CHA
Engine Size
6.2L LS3
Transmission
6 Speed Automatic
Miles
3 (Since Built)
Location
Charlotte
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HIGHLY CUSTOMIZED, SWAPPED 6.2L LS3, 6SPD TRANS, RECENT RESTO, VERY CLEAN IN/OUT

No offense to the rest of our inventory, but this is one of the nicest Camaro Restomod we've ever seen. It's the ULTIMATE way to build a custom F-body: take a gorgeous 1969 Camaro and cover it in show-stopping Brown Metallic paint poured from end-to-end across straight bodywork. Add a powerful fuel-injected 6.2L LS3 V8 BluePrint V8 custom-built to the nines and presented as it belongs in a Bentley, a built 6L80E automatic, and a pavement-hugging pro-touring suspension. Finish with a bespoke interior that keeps the spirit of what was great about the original design and turns it on its head with opulent materials and the best in modern tech. It was completed in January 2023 by local legend Colin Ingle, just 3 miles ago.

We don't have the space to fully cover this Camaro in this limited medium – not just because of the laundry list of top-end features and performance parts but also because we could wax poetic about it all day. Thankfully, if you buy this Camaro, all the magazines, bloggers, YouTubers, TV show producers, etc., that will instantly be calling you to feature this STUNNER on their respective platforms should have enough ink and Cloud space to cover it. All we can do is summarize the highest of the highs. First, the bodywork is amazing. Not only is it laser-straight and sharp enough to set Earth's axis to, it boasts loads of top-flight professional trickery – the front and rear spoilers are custom fabricated steel pieces with the latter integrated into the body atop the rear quarters, the cowl hood was fit so flush you could use it as a T-square. The drip rails were shaved so expertly it's as if they were never a part of the car. There's also a custom front valance with integrated foglights, balanced out by the custom rear valance with trumpeted dual exhaust, the door handles were transformed into modern Corvette-style hidden units, and those 1969-specific quarter 'gills' aren't just ornamental indentations – they've been frenched-in and lined with mesh aluminum. And we haven't even started on the paint – a custom Brown Metallic mixture based on a modern Toyota color that looks like it could just as easily adorn a Rolls Royce. Finished by master technician Dean Woosley, it's smooth and reflective as glass, miles deep, and about as close to perfect as anything you'll ever see. Seriously, we usually never use the word perfect, but I dare someone come look at this creation and call it anything but.

Inside, the pros at Southern Comfort Interiors executed what is likely their magnum opus. Four cream leather buckets punctuated with brown diamond-cut inserts lead the way, split down the middle by a cabin-long custom center console that looks like a calm wave. The door panels, headliner, and dash were all upholstered to match – finished to such a high standard it makes a Maybach feel like a city bus. Billet accents found throughout – on the dash, door panels, and center console – make up all the Camaro's functional hardware, from the A/C system to the power windows/locks to the push-button starter and gear selector. Sporty AutoMeter gauges keep a keen eye on the upgraded drivetrain, laid out so cleverly that they can easily be read beyond the Billet Specialties tilt steering wheel. The stereo system is world-class, managed via a multi-media touchscreen that powers speakers and amps discreetly stashed throughout the cabin, and amenities like the electronic E-stop brake, Clayton pedals, and ornately finished headliner and plush carpets are direct proof of a blank-check build. Even the trunk was finished to show standards and is nicer than most people's living rooms.

Under the hood, the stout 6.2L V8 LS3 BluePrint crate engine is built for combat inside and dressed for show on the outside, featuring a block and engine bay finished to the same show-quality standards as the rest of the car. There's a set of custom valve covers and loads of Brown Metallic paint on the Edelbrock CrossRam intake, chromed/painted/polished accessories everywhere you look, and performance pieces expertly installed throughout – all up against the Brown Metallic canvas of the detailed inner fenders and firewall. Professionally built to produce huge horsepower, the all-aluminum motor features a BluePrint Engineering cam, hydraulic roller lifters, American Racing headers, a serpentine accessory drive, a Holley Dominator ECU, a CNC Wagner water pump, and a C&R aluminum radiator up front that all add up to a very impressive powerplant that can slug it out in the streets or take it easy on the weekends. And with just a few shake-down miles, it's still brand-new and pulls the Camaro around like it suddenly lost 1000 pounds. Of course, the 6L80E transmission with its Boss Hog torque convertor significantly impacts the car's roadability, with a towering 6-speed overdrive that lets that big block loaf along at highway speeds. Underneath, it's finished for show just like the top and is ready for combat with a paint-matched DSE tubular front suspension, coilovers all-around, JRI shocks, DSE springs, and a DSE 4-link rear suspension with a big swaybar out back. An aluminum driveshaft spins a Detroit Speed 9-inch rear end with 3.73 Tru-Trac gears, power rack-and-pinion steering, and Wilwood power 4-wheel disc brakes that make driving this '69 an absolute dream. A set of Schott Billet aluminum wheels finish the look perfectly, with staggered 255/30/19 front and 335/25/20 rear Michelins stuffed inside the muscular wheel wells.

Even in this lengthy narrative, we only covered half of what this Camaro Restomod offers. With only 3 miles on the build, maybe you can be the one that tells its story for years to come. Call today!

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Features

  • Seatbelts (Front)
  • Power Windows
  • Power Steering
  • Power Locks
  • Fuel Injection
  • Four Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Coil-Over Suspension
  • Tilt Wheel
  • Leather Seats
  • Heat
  • Air Conditioning
  • Defrost
  • Satellite Radio
  • iPod Compatible
  • Bluetooth Radio
  • AM/FM Radio
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Brown Metallic
Interior Color
Cream
Transmission Spec
6L80E
Rear End
3.73 TRU TRAC
Front Suspension
Adjustable Coilovers
Rear Suspension
Adjustable Coilovers
Front Brakes
Disc
Rear Brakes
Disc
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