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100% Professionally Built Pro-Touring Camaro LSA Supercharged GM Crate Motor

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Type: Coupe
Trim: Supercharged LSA Crate Motor
Year: 1969
Mileage: 243
Color: Red
Engine: LSA Crate Engine, Supercharged
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Right-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Hayward, California, United States

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Supercharged LSA Crate Motor Additional Info:

This is a one of a kind 100 % Hand built Camaro. Every body panel is brand new.Car started with the factory floor pan and was jig built in my shop to exact specs.GM LSA crate engine, GM A/C pump and electronics.Custom built 3 inch Stainless Steel polished exhaust off Ceramic coated headers, finishing with Borla Exhaust and tips, cut into rear body panel.Fuel take was removed and a fuel cel with high volume fuel pump was installed.Battery located to the trunk .Ron Davis Racing purpose built radiator and supercharger intercooler.Dual disc clutch, hydraulic TO bearing, and Racing scatter shield.Tremic 6 speed manual transmissionFab 9 narrowed rear differential with possi gear setChris Alston subframe and fully adjustable coil over suspension front and rear.Willwood Brakes all around. 6 piston fronts and 4 piston rears. Willwood adjustable racing pedals, clutch and brake with Wilwood master cylindersMichelin Pilot Sport Cu, P285/30ZR19 fronts, P335/25ZR20 rears. Mounted on custom built to order Forgeline wheels.Full roll cageAll trim is Fesler Billet Aluminum, door handles, in and out, hood hinges, trunk hinges, tail light, marker bezels, driving lights, hood stricken, etc. all billet aluminum.Wiper motor hidden in cowl.Car has NO carpet or headliner. But has $2000 of Dyna Mat everywhereThe car was purpose built to run in the Optima Challenge at Sema.
This car has less than 400 miles since built and has been driven to 2 Good Guys shows here in the Bay Area.
This car is an absolute steal, as I have $200,000 in the build.After 45 years of building custom cars, I have retired and now leasing out my shop.This was my last build and it is very hard to let go of, but it just doesn’t work in my life at this time.