This is a custom, bright blue 1969 Chevy Camaro RS ZL-1 the ultimate Pro Touring G machine.
This is a true “Pro Touring” car with proven and documented autocross experience, This vehicle is built with many advanced components for top-level performance.
The vehicle is powered by a GM Performance ZL1 aluminum fuel-injected 489cid V8 engine, making 625 horsepower yet running on 91 octane gas pumps, the seller says in the ad description. The engine is connected to a 6-speed manual transmission T-56 Magnum.
The Camaro engine, built and planned by Pettis Performance, and is equipped with aluminum Brodix heads, a high-capacity road-racing oil sump and a custom pulley system, also as an Accusump oil accumulator for pre-start lubrication, which prevents Engine wear over time.
The Camaro also received extensive improvements to the chassis, suspension and brakes, the seller says, to improve handling and handling. The Camaro stands on 18-inch front and 19-inch Budnik Shotgun rear wheels with Dunlop Direzza Z2 tires.
This car definitely has the pop factor that attracts a lot of attention. The body is really straight and has really nice gap lines. The car has a new steel hood, front spoiler, rear spoiler and RS headlights. The hood, doors and boot lid close very well.
The body is finished in GM Arrival Blue, which is a striking color especially on the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. The bodywork and paintwork were completed by well-known California-based Syndicate Automotive Concepts. The paint job is beautiful and shows the quality, but it is not flawless.
The light tinted glass is all-new, the logos, trim and other details are new or restored, and the interior is equally impressive, with a mix of stock and custom apps.