1969 Camaro Z28 Custom-Built, LS3 Powered, Show / Autocross / ¼ mile Beast

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Type: Coupe
Trim: Z/28
Year: 1969
VIN: 124379L520819
Color: Black
Engine: LS3
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Oxford, Pennsylvania, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
CD Player, Leather Seats
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Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1969

This is no ordinary 1969 Camaro custom build and it stands out in a crowd of muscle cars because of the flawless details, beautiful design, and quality of workmanship. This is an awesome car because it is a show car, but it can also perform. The car is a nice balance between performance and art.


The goal of the build was to keep the stock look of an original 1969 Camaro Z28 with all of its chrome and badging but then upgrade the frame, suspension, engine, breaks, interior with new technology.

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The frame off rotisserie restoration took five years and was completed in 2013. It has only been driven about 2,100 miles since completion. Everything works well and runs just as good as it looks. We spared no expense, cut no corners and the car is loaded with subtle details. This is basically a brand new car since everything has been replaced. Ben, of Hermance Designs, designed the exterior and interior and this visual picture guided the build process. Triangle Restoration in Pennsylvania did the bodywork and paint. Frank Serafine from Prodigy Customs in Florida took over, finished out the build using II Much Fabrication for electrical, interior by 1-Off Rides and JR Auto Center, and tuned by Mike Norris Motorsports.

The car comeswith three binders that contain all receipts and pictures that document the build process. It took $230,230.00 to build this car. General cost breakdown: The car and parts were $130k with about $100k in labor. If you were to build this exact car today, you would have to spend well over $300k. The general rule is that it takes about 300 hours to build a car like this and the current average hourly rate is $95.

This car renders most "car guys" speechless and they state that they are overwhelmed with the details and for some reason; women lose their minds and take their clothes off (happened twice).

You are not buying this car because of what it was from the factory but you are buying it for what it is now.

My advice is if you want a high-end car and want to save money and your marriage then buy a car that is already built. There are several very nice high-end builds in this price range on eBay motors, it just comes down to what you like.

I will pay for shipping if in the U.S.

If you are interested in purchasing the car, I recommend that you come to see it in person. I can pick you up at a local airport (Philadelphia, PA or Baltimore, MD or Harrisburg, PA).

If the car is not sold by July 2018, it will go to a Barrett Jackson Auction in September2018.

Engine:

Custom built LS3 from Turnkey Engine Supply that produces 565 hp. A Prodigy Cool package that includes dual 13" fans, relays and billet radiator cap to keep the car cool during the hot summer days. Hooker headers with Magnaflow X Pipe system that was installed by Prodigy Customs. The transmission is from Turnkey Engine Supply and it is a 4L65-E Level 4 GearStar that can handle up to 900 hp.

The engine compartment is clean, smooth and loaded with tons of details. Fesler Billet polished hood hinges,Fesler Billet polished hoodlatch, Fesler hood pins, DSE smooth firewall andDSE core support closeout, firewall fill plate and a 2010 Camaro engine cover painted to tie in the exterior paint design.


Chassis:

Chris Alston’s Chassisworks Inc. Front Sub-frame and Sub-frame connectors to handle the torque and horsepower.


Rear End:

Chris Alston’s Chassisworks Inc. g-Bar (Billet) rear coilover suspension package with canted upper bars and poly bushing style upper and lower control arms, includes Varishock coilovers and springs. Chris Alston’s Chassisworks Inc. FAB 9 rear late big Ford seal style end, ½ pinion offset. DSE mini-tubs.


Brakes:

Front:14” Wilwood forged red 6-piston caliper.

Rear: 14” Wilwood parking vented forged red 4-piston caliper.


Paint & Body:

Paint: Tuxedo Black with White Z28 Stripes and seven coats of clear


Interior:

Ben Hermance created a rendering to tie in the exterior color scheme. Front seats are e21 seats from a 2002 BMW M3. DSE instrument panel with Autometer Ultra-Lite II gauges and Vintage Air.

The center section of each seat, the speakers, and the door panel insert have perforated leather. The center section of the seats has white piping bordering it to tie into the exterior stripes. There is a white pinstripe framing the two levels of the gauge panel and tying into the white piping. The seat stitching is a double stitch in red thread to accent the Red Wildwood calipers

Rear shelf, doorjamb vents from Marquez Design, Flaming River steering column, Fesler Billet door strikes, billet pedals from Muscle Rods and a Mark 4 Elegante steering wheel from Lecarra.

DSE Power windows and door locks have been installed.

The door panels, armrest and door handle were handcrafted by Fesler.JR Auto Centerin Florida finished the interior to match Ben's rendering.


The stereo install, trunk box out, customs speaker grilles and center console hand built by 1offRidesin Florida.

Electrical:

DSE RS headlight door kit, headlights, DSE late model style windshield wiper motor with delay and aBattery relocation kit withan Optima Yellow Top battery.

ISIS multiplier system 3-Cell Starter kit, inCODE Programmer, in-Dash Dashboard harness, POWERCELL Control Unit and the inLINK RF Control Module. The wiring system was installed by JP at II Much Fabrication.You can program the wiring system with a laptop and operate the ignition and lights with an app on your phone.

The system has 40 circuits with power windows and locks, rear trunk release, dual cooling fans,Vintage AirGen IV AC,DSEheadlight kit, stereo, Fesler driving lights,DSEwiper motor, andDSEdash insert.
ISIS is directly driving the fuel pump, fans, headlight motors (noDSEcontroller needed), A/C compressor (including turning on the fans when the compressor is kicked on), heater valve, headlights, ECM, TCU, power windows,DSEwiper motor and stereo feed. Plus it is providing all the logic to support turn signals, hazard lights,Fesler Billetindicator Lights, FeslerBillet RS Taillights, and interior lighting.

Wheels & Tires:

Front Tires: 245 / 40 / 18 (TOYO Proxes 888)

Front Wheels: 18" Fesler 905 with a medium lip, polished with black powder coating.

Rear Tires: 335/ 30 / 18 (TOYO Proxes 888)

Rear wheels: 18" Fesler 905 deep lip, polished with black powder coating.


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