1969 Chevrolet Camaro Pro-Touring Roadster


1969 all custom pro-touring roadster Camaro, saddled to a complete Art Morrison rolling chassis with Wilwood brakes and coil-over shocks. The power plant is a BRE blown EFI 540cid that will produce 800HP / 1200 ft-lbs of torque to the rear wheels. That power will transfer through a custom built TCI transmission with overdrive from Gear Vendors. The control of this monster is through a one-off custom steering wheel mounted to an Ididit steering column, transferring direction through Borgeson’s stainless steel U-joints & column shaft. This entire package rolls on custom 19” Boze alloys wrapped in Michelin’s Pilot sport tires up front and 20” X 12” rear rims wrapped in wide 335’s.

The interior is completely custom with a one-off all steel custom dash & center console filled with carbon fiber Auto Meter gauges, touch screen DVD player, carbon fiber B&M shifter, and a push-button start. The car has shaved door handles as well as a shaved trunk lock. The doors and trunk can be opened with a remote push button, which will also start the car. Everything on or in this car is painted black carbon fiber, polished aluminum, or chrome. This car has the comfort of a pro-touring vehicle and the performance of a pro-street rod.

SOLD at Russo and Steele’s 2012 Scottsdale Auction for $96,250.00

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