26 year old
from Auburn, Alabama
As long as it's got a V8 and sounds good, it's usually ok by me.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
- Engine: 327
- Engine Parts: mostly stock
- Transmission: turbo 350
- Suspension: eibach lowering front springs
- Brakes: disc brakes
- Tires: General
- Exhaust: custom h pipe, 40 series flowmasters, turndowns after rearend
- Upholstery: stock
- Seats: RSX black leather racing
- Steering Wheel: Grant
- Steering Column: tilt
- Gauges: stock and aftermarket underdash
- Pedals: stock
- Body Mods: RS grille, Z-28 cowl hood
- Paint: Electron Blue w/black rally stripes
- Wheels: Centerline Retro's 17X8 front, 17X10 back
Audio & Electronics
- Head Unit: Alpine
- Highs: Alpine Type S
- Mids: Alpine Type S
- Navigation: Motorola Motonav
Restored and upgraded by my dad, brother, and I. Took about 8 years. It was our first project car. It was completely rusted out when we bought it and we replaced….everything basically, floor pans, trunk pan, doors, front clip, trunk lid, quarters. We added factory air conditioning, power steering, and power disc brakes. The car literally has parts from at least 10 different vehicles installed on it somewhere. The engine is a mildly build 327, with iron heads, aluminum intake and edelbrock carb. The color is electron blue with black rally stripes and an RS grille. The interior upgrades include factory RSX seats and alpine sound equipment.
History of this Vehicle
None really. We bought the car from a guy in a neighboring town about ten years ago and it’s been in our possession ever since.
Plans for this Vehicle
427 warhawk from Bill Mitchell racing engines along with a Tranzilla 6 speed and Schwartz full frame and C6 suspension.
Sponsors & Special Thanks
special thanks to my dad who made it all possible.