Announcing Online Auctions! Rare classic and collector cars vetted by our dealer network.
 Click here to bid now.

Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod

By Amie Williams Sep 18, 2019
news
Shop Muscle
By Amie Williams Sep 18, 2019
Full of both modern and vintage components coexisting in harmony.

At first glance, it’s obvious that this ’69 Chevy Camaro is far from factory. Chockful of attitude, this ‘60s-era muscle car boasts both old-school and modern components coexisting in harmony to create one mean machine. The good news is that Streetside Classics is offering the perfect chance to get behind the wheel of this sinister 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Restomod.

Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod
View in gallery

What started life as a blue-on-blue coupe is now slathered in a matte Spies Hecker paint called Blew You Away Blue. Normally, chrome accents can be found throughout,a classic Camaro, but everything that wasn't blue on this is now a contrasting black. An aggressive blacked-out RS-style front end adds to the car’s menacing aesthetic, and a set of 17-inch dark alloy wheels wrapped with sticky modern rubber sit on all corners.

Inside the cabin, the black and blue theme continues to flow. The interior features vintage blue button-top bucket seats, a horseshoe shifter, and a quad auxiliary gauge package. Upgrades include a leather-wrapped sports steering wheel, carbon fiber trim along the center console, and provisions for air conditioning.

View in gallery
View 15+
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View
["Break Necks In This Sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Restomod"]
View 15+

Powering this best is a 350cui ZZ4 crate-engine V8 topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and an aluminum intake. Accompanying the V8 rumble are Hooker headers that flow down to a H-pipe dual exhaust system. Power is sent down to the 12-bolt rear via a stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission. Supporting components consist of an aluminum radiator, serpentine belts, and an HEI ignition. Power steering allows for easy maneuvering, and upgraded four-wheel disc brakes bring everything to a stop.

The sale of this car comes with all build receipts and a factory dual-spoke steering wheel. If this aggressive '69 Chevy Camaro would make the perfect addition to your garage, then contact Streetside Classics today. This car is listed at $49,995, but feel free to make an offer here.

 


Related articles

Muscular 1974 Super Duty Trans Am Commands Attention

Some call this the last great Pontiac muscle car! Authentic Trans Am Super Duty cars are not as easy to come by as ...
By Elizabeth Puckett Feb 14, 2020

Scarface’s Cadillac is Available To Buy

This is the ride the notorious Al Capone made famous. Love or loathe him, everyone knows Al Capone or “Scarface.” T...
By Steven Symes Feb 14, 2020

Father And Son Reflect On 1971 Alfa Romeo Spider 1300 Junior

Even through the language barrier, the love of cars translates. Everyone seems to have their own idea of what const...
By Steven Symes Feb 14, 2020

The Don Bolles Car Controversy

It all boils down to whether the Datsun should be displayed or destroyed. June 2, 1976 is a day which rocked the jo...
By Steven Symes Feb 14, 2020
Show Me More

URL copied to clipboard