Our Nashville showroom is pleased and proud to digitally present for you this incredible 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. Now most of this description will be a list of components used to create this boulevard bruiser so I will take this time to say, WOW! This ’69 Camaro contains both beauty and beast in one tight package. Now if you are looking for air conditioning, GPS and heated seats, keep looking, but if you are looking for a street machine that easily plants 1,000 horsepower to the pavement then break out your bank book and give us a call. Oh, by the way, after you reach 1,000 horsepower there are two kits of NOS that add an additional 1,000 ponies, can you say 2,000 horsepower? All this power packed into a beautiful 1969 Camaro with a chromoly custom built frame sporting a new red paint job with black rally stripes. Now for the list of components. So, the builder started with a 596 cubic inch block and added a Manley Pro crankshaft with a 4.5 throw, Manley pro I beam rods with ARP bolt were connected to the crank Race tech pistons. Edelbrock Pat Musi 24-degree heads handle the valve train and direct the air flow. As if this were not already over kill, bolt a 14-71 Blower with Billet case and high helix billet rotors w/ teflon seals from “The Blower Shop”. Now to feed this beast a pair of Holley Dominators sit on top, and a pair of Lemon headers help the exhaust gasses reach the back of the car. There is more to tell you about with this engine but space is running out so. The transmission is a built turbo 400 with a reverse pattern manual valve body that is built to handle over 2,000 horses and the rear axle is a Ford 9” that houses a gear set of 3:56 to 1 bolted to an Eaton Tru-trac posi unit. With a full roll cage, racing seats and harnesses this car would just need wheelie bars and parachute and larger pully to be a serious contender at any strip but in it’s current state it is easy enough to drive to have fun on the road of your local town. Imagine how quickly the hoods would close when this car lopes on to the lot of the local hot rod hang out. One final note, the thought of the blower surge wakes me up at night and I have to read the brochure for the new Mustang to go back to sleep. Options for this 1969 Camaro include: A blower sticking through the hood, Head lights, turn signals, Racing seats and harness and a bright red button that unleashes 1,000 more horsepower, if you dare, do you?
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