1969 Camaro RS Z28 Pro Custom Pro Touring Black Ice
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1969 Camaro Pro Touring
A 1969 Pro Touring Camaro I shot at the Pigeon Forge
Rod Run 2013....A very nice build....for a added bonus the video includes
away to get a discount on the Hydo Graphic Dipping process....The
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1969 Pro Touring Camaro "The Crush"
A 1969 Camaro Pro
Touring I shot at the O' Reilly Auto Parts World Of Wheels Birmingham
2013..I have shot several 1969 Camaro and this one is at the top
of the list...and it's For Sale...Make sure you subscribe so that you don't
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1969 Camaro Street Rod
A 1969 Camaro gets a
full custom Interior by Steve Holcomb Pro Auto Custom Interiors..the Car
was built by The Roadster Shop...very cool car...ck it out
132698 / 1969 Chevy Camaro RS/SS Pro Touring: "The Punisher"
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This 1969 Camaro is
known as "The Punisher" and given the performance credentials and stunning
execution, it's entirely appropriate. Pro-touring is all about integrating
modern performance equipment with vintage sheetmetal, and this pro-built
car delivers on every level. Power comes from an LS2 V8, the suspension is
heavily upgraded featuring Koni coil-overs, and it spins a modern 5-speed
transmission, not to mention all the creature comforts that are part of the
deal in that sumptuous red leather interior. If ever there was a car that
has legitimately earned its name, it's this one—it will definitely punish
competitors on the street as well as the show field.
A 1969 Camaro Pro Touring "Piranha"
A 1969 Pro Touring Camaro "Piranha" I shot at the
2013 Detroit AutoRama....A very cool Pro Touring Car...Check it
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awesum cars I shot at this show!!!
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(new video) Pro-Touring '67 Camaro LS2 -"Project OverClock" ACTION, RESTORATION PHOTOS
Justin Smith's Pro-Touring '67 Camaro LS2 -"Project OverClock"
Complete tear down and re-assembled.
Painted by Chris Milton
PPG Black Base and Clearcoat
500HP LS2 6.0L block with LS7 valve terrain, heads and L76 intake. M12 T56
6 Speed Transmission.
Global West and RideTech 4link. QA1 and Varishock coil overs. Moser M9 and
3.89 Tru- Trac
Baer 13" Sports
Boze ZE Forged "Boost" 18x8.5 Front
19x13 rears mounted on 345 Pilot Sports
Black leather with stainless and aluminum pieces.
Android OS driven with JL Audio components
Classic Innovations flush mount
Ring brothers, Fesler, RideTech, Anvil, Ricks Tanks, Mast.
Corvette & Chevy Show 2012 - Best in Class Pro-Touring
Classy Chassis 2012 - First Place in Resto-Mod/Street Rods
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Remix Instrumental by someone else.
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Sexy Girl - 1200hp Camaro!!!!
It's been a while since we have done any girl ride along videos so we
decided to start back up again!
This is in a 1200hp Camaro that runs low 9's!
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133100 / 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS
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Built by the artists at GelPro Rod & Muscle, this awesome 1969 Camaro is one amazing pro-tourer
that definitely has the killer performance credentials to back up its
eyeball searing looks!
The guys who built this red and silver gem pulled out some new ideas and
the execution is professional on every level. In profile, the first thing
you'll notice is that rear spoiler, which is not a ducktail or some cheesy
tacked-on wing, but a completely integrated reshaping of the rear of the
car. The quarter panels and deck lid have been modified in steel to create
the look you see here, and it creates a kind of kamm-back appearance that
was used so effectively on cars like the Ferrari 250 GTO and Shelby Daytona
coupes. Other modifications include a reshaped scoop ahead of the rear
wheels, taking the place of the factory "gills." You'll also note that the
door handles were shaved, along with the side window trim, side marker
lights, and all the emblems, making the car's panels slick and clean. The
paint is gorgeous Hot Hues "Silva" and basic high-gloss black, with a red
pinstripe separating the two. There's a steel cowl induction hood, a full
complement of stainless greenhouse trim that adds a nice finishing touch,
and shaved mirrors which sacrifice a bit of function for the purity of
This Camaro does plenty
of advertising for the 550 horsepower LS2 V8 under the
hood. Extensively reworked by the pros at Turn Key Engine Supply, it still
runs like a factory piece and is driven by electronics instead of a
carburetor—the essence of the pro-touring movement. Fire it up, and
there's no question that there's a big cam loping away under the hood as it
barks and snarls through a pair of custom long-tube stainless steel
The car's transmission is a Tremec TKO600 5-speed manual spinning a
narrowed Ford 9-inch that was custom fabricated for this build and filled
with 3.90 gears on a limited slip. The suspension has been heavily modified
with Detroit Speed tubular A-arms and Koni coil-over shocks up front, along
with a power rack-and-pinion setup that makes the steering track like a
laser-guided missile. The rear suspension is a modified 4-link with a
Panhard rod and another pair of Koni coil-overs. There's a vented and
cross-drilled Wilwood disc brake at each corner, with six-piston calipers
up front, and two-piston units out back. And custom 18 inch alloy wheels,
which were fabricated just for this build, wear extremely trick 275/35/18
front and 335/30/18 rear BF Goodrich radials.
Open its shaved doors and this car gets even better. Every single component
in the interior has been customized and hand-fabricated just for this build
by the guys at LB Custom Interiors, and you'll be stunned by the acres of
supple red leather with ostrich skin inserts. I think it's probably safe to
say that not a single piece of 1969 Camaro trim remains inside this
car, and it's all beautifully crafted. The driver gets a custom gauge panel
full of Auto Meter carbon fiber gauges, while the passenger gets a touch
screen entertainment system and an attractive carbon fiber panel. That
trick entertainment system includes navigation, the ability to play DVDs,
and a back-up camera whose lens is mounted underneath the rear license
plate. Right below are the controls for the powerful Vintage Air HVAC
system, and the billet vents scattered throughout the interior ensure fresh
air for all passengers.
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this awesome Camaro!
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132168 / 1969 Camaro Pro-Touring
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Sometimes, when you want a better mousetrap, it's best to let the factory
do it for you. Fortunately, when the factory is General Motors and they're
churning out hardware like the Z06 Corvette, you can build one hell of a
mousetrap. This 1969 Camaro features three of the most
famous numbers in all of automotive history: 427. As in 427 cubic inches,
as in LS7 V8, as in 650 Dyno-proven horsepower.
Originally built as a ZL1 COPO clone by Pro Touring Super Cars, it has been
substantially upgraded over its builder's original vision what better way
to pay tribute to the most incredible Camaro in history than with a
brand new state-of-the-art all-aluminum 427 cubic inch engine? If you still
believe the cars of the '60s were fast, you haven't driven today's latest
crop of muscle. Heck, a well-driven Toyota Camry will run neck-and-neck
with some of the nastiest hardware from muscles glory years, and even
today's V6-powered Camaros and Mustangs will eat their big block
elders for lunch. On the other hand, it's awfully easy to fall in love with
a 1969 Camaros shape,
so the smart thing to do is build a 1969 Camaro that moves like a 2010
Corvette Z06. The body on this killer Camaro was given a rotisserie
restoration, top and bottom, inside and out, by the pros at Classic Cars of
Mchenry County. You want gorgeous metalwork? You've got it. Paint a mile
deep? It's here. Body gaps that would do a Lexus engineer proud? Included.
This is a real code 71 Lemans Blue car according to the cowl tag, and has
been refinished to an incredibly high standard that makes the paint look
iridescent in the sunlight. As is my personal choice, the body guys decided
to let the beautifully styled original sheet metal do all the talking, so
there are no modifications to any of the panels, no questionable graphics,
no outrageous stripes, just clean vintage steel that probably looks even
better today than it did 41 years ago. Only the steel cowl induction hood
gives it away, but it was a factory option and certainly looks like it
belongs there. Like a coiled spring that's ready to explode, this Camaro looks dangerous just
sitting still, and woe be unto the fellow who mistakes this for another
albeit a very nice one.
Chrome and trim was also kept to a minimum, and I especially like the
standard front-end and grille. No hidden headlights, no extraneous chrome
and emblems, not even the polished stainless wheel arch moldings. The
bumpers are fresh, door handles are correct and beautiful, and all the
lenses are new reproductions. 427 emblems that were probably cribbed from a
Corvette have been affixed to the cowl induction hood, the lone tipoff that
something special is going on underneath. One cool trick all the lighting
on the car is LED, and the headlights have been upgraded to cool HID units
that are like flamethrowers on the front of the car.
OK, on to the heart of the matter that all-aluminum LS7 engine under the
hood. As the largest small block Chevy ever built, the 427 cubic inch LS7
is a direct descendant of the incredibly successful C5R and C6R racing
teams, who campaigned a very similar engine in endurance races all over the
world. In the Z06 Corvette, it cranks out 505 horsepower and features a
race-ready dry sump oiling system, resulting in perhaps the most potent
track weapon to ever come out of Bowling Green (perhaps surpassed only by
the mighty supercharged ZR1). Lighter than any cast iron engine that
originally lived in a Camaro engine bay; the LS7 is a
perfect fit and looks right at home inside this blue pony car. Featuring a
custom 4-inch induction system, a custom LS7 camshaft by Speed, Inc., and a
set of beautifully fabricated Kooks headers, it belts out an extremely
impressive 650 horsepower on the engine Dyno. All of the Z06's
factory bits are included, from the fuel injection system (upgraded to
handle the extra power, of course), to the original dry sump oil tank, to
the serpentine belt setup up front. Turn the key and it fires up the first
time, every time, just like your daily driver. It idles perfectly, with a
decidedly '60s cackle to the Exhaust,
and accelerates like the hand of God is pushing it along.