If you’re afraid of the dark, you may want to look away. That’s because this black-on-black 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Pro-Touring build is quite ominous. Offered up on eBay, this car is deemed the “Project 11:59 – The Closest Thing To Midnight.” It takes but a minute to see where this Camaro got its title from and to understand just how fitting the nickname is. This Camaro project was started in late 2015 with the hopes and dreams of creating a piece of machinery that would turn heads, steal glances, and leave jaws on the floor. The owner has an extensive list of modifications and parts that were purchased for the build. Every receipt is in his possession and will be shared with the buyer at full disclosure. Over $175,000 has been invested in this project and the current bid is set at $150,000.
Start this bad boy up and you’ll hear the tantalizing sound of a new GM 502 big-block crate engine that’s mated to a turbo 400 three-speed automatic transmission. It’s also equipped with a Gear Vendors overdrive kit to allow for enjoyable highway cruising. Under the hood, you’ll notice several stylish carbon fiber and billet pieces that will stun audiences at your local car show. This 1969 Chevy Camaro Pro Touring sits on 19x12 and 18x9 Boze wheels wrapped in Nitto tires (345/30/19 and 275/35/18). It rides on a new Ride-Tech suspension system made up of adjustable coilover shocks and a four-link rear. Other notable features include carbon fiber inner wheel fenders, a carbon fiber closeout panel, billet hood hinges, and custom billet fender braces.
What’s more, the interior has been outfitted with a custom package from TMI. This is just some of the parts purchased, as the owner claims to have a more extensive list on hand. Vendors include Ring Brothers, Summit Racing, Flaming River, BAER Brakes, Classic Industries, Eddie Motorsport, OPTIMA Batteries, Griffin, Kindig-It Design, Marquez Design, and many more.
This Camaro also sports a few custom body mods to help create a unique look that helps set this coupe apart even further. Notice the custom factory hood, brake vents, tail section, and the fuel filler cap. Sometimes it’s the little things that add up to something even greater.
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