No cost spared $100k+ 1969 X55 RS/SS Camaro, all new, crate ZZ1 350, Muncie 4 speed, 4 wheel disc brakes, 12 bolt, Vintage AC/Heat, functioning cowl induction & much more! Only 19 miles since being completed. Cruise this coming season properly.

     This is a one of a kind 1969 X55 RS/SS Camaro that was constructed by one of the premiere shop builders here in Kansas City. Located below you will find close one hundred photos as well as video (shot on 1/15/2018) of the Camaro. Within the photos and video, you will see first hand just how nice the car is. The fit and finish are superb through out the entire car (see front clip, bumpers, deck lid, stainless around the windows, etc.). The Sunkist Pearl is something to marvel. It has a tremendous amount of eye appeal. I would rate the paint work a solid 9 out of 10. This Camaro is all new and has had only 19 miles amassed since being finished. This is an opportunity to own a six figure car but at a cost that is drastically south of $100k.

     This Camaro was taken through a complete, no cost spared restoration. It is completely solid, rust free, and exceptionally well built. Located within the photos you will see first hand just how well constructed this car is. There was a tremendous amount of attention that had been given to each detail. Here is a break down of many of those details:

Custom "Sunkist Pearl" Orange paint
(Originally SS350, Hugger Orange, vinyl top, Orange Houndstooth interior)
New GM operational cowl induction hood
All glass, exterior trim, bumpers, handles, etc. replaced or refurbished
All new weather-stripping
Original-style reproduction seat covers/custom carpet
Original fold-down rear seat
Vintage Air ac/heat/defrost, rear window defrost
ZZ1 SB Chevy crate engine, 350ci, 4-bolt main, aluminum heads
Aluminum intake, roller cam shaft, steel crank shaft, aluminum valve covers
Holley double-pumper carburetor
Cowl induction air cleaner with custom-fabricated snorkel
Serpentine belt system, Billet pulleys & accessory drive brackets
High torque starter
Chrome alternator
All new wiring harnesses
Doug Thorley Tri-Y headers, Pypes 2-1/2" exhaust with X pipe & transverse muffler
Muncie M20 4 speed transmission
New radiator
Power steering
New poly motor mounts, subframe connectors, aftermarket sway bar, & shocks
New stainless steel brake lines, park brake cables, & fuel lines
Powder-coated gas tank
New drive shaft
Rebuilt 12 bolt rear-end with new axles
New four wheel power disc brakes with single piston calipers
Hotchkis rear leaf springs with 1-1/2" drop
Belltech 2" dropped front spindles
American Racing VN527 Mag gray machine lipped wheels 17x7 & 17x8
Motivo radial tires

     In addition to all of this, the Camaro is also equipped with a new and very nice modern vintage correct radio setup. It has molded kick panels with speakers as well as more modern 6x9's which are properly mounted in the rear package tray. The Camaro also has a Frenched power antenna setup that functions smoothly and was done exceptionally well.

     If you've been contemplating building a car of this magnitude, I would consider having a look at this one. With out question, it will save you a tremendous amount of time and money. I can guarantee anyone who is interested that the car you see within the photos is exactly the same car that will show up in your drive way. We do have a clear title for this Camaro. If you need assistance with any of the following, please don't hesitate to ask.

Thank you for your interest,