1969 chevrolet camaro

Wait Until You See Timeless Kustoms’ 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

The Chevy Camaro is the quintessential American muscle car. It is no surprise that the Camaro is a favourite car for custom builders as it has nearly perfect lines and proportions. Timeless Customs choose a unique take on the classic 69 Camaro.

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In 2013, Major League Baseball pitcher Brad Penny asked California-based Timeless Kustoms to customise a 1969 Camaro. Now, four years later, Timeless has transformed this Camera once again.

Timeless chose a small-block Chevy LSX V8 engine that is fed by a pair of turbochargers. They help the Camaro crank out 750 horsepower. This powerful engine is paired with a Tremec 6-speed wide-ratio automatic transmission. Extractors were added to the hood. These improve the airflow to the intercoolers.

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To improve both the aerodynamics and the overall aesthetic of the Camaro, the drip rails were shaved off, and the bumper tucked in tight to the body to give the vehicle a more aerodynamic appearance. A C6 Corvette front and rear suspension were used for this ride. Also added to the Camaro are a custom-built rear wing and an under-car diffuser. These added features give the Camaro extra stability at high speeds.

chevrolet camaro 1969 backside view

The interior of the Camaro has a Marquez design dash. Analog auto meter gauges track nearly every function of the ride. Other features include a Sparco steering wheel, suede upholstery, Brembo brakes and Accumat sound deadening.

Finally, the 69 Camaro was polished off with an all-black “sparkling graphite” finish, which is about the blackest-black there is. This shade gives the customised Camaro a definite dark allure.

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