1969 Chevrolet Camaro is restomod with V8

1969 Chevrolet Camaro is restomod with V8

Motorcycles arriving home in crates are fun. It becomes even better if the car in question is perfectly suited to the chosen engine. When you add a carbon fiber jacket, you get very close to perfection. American tuner Finale Speed ​​has done exactly that with this 1969 Chevy Camaro.

The engine of choice is the LT4 from General Motors. Normally, the V8 will receive a new ECU and a clean wiring harness. All the parts related to it, such as the fuel pump, have also been updated. After the modifications, the Camaro now has 659 hp. As it should be, you change yourself. The manual gearbox has six gears and is connected to a limited slip differential and new axles.

More modifications to the Camaro

New subframes front and rear, larger stabilizer bars and coilovers have also been added. The wheels are also not original. The Chevrolet Camaro rides on 18-inch wheels that hide the perforated brake discs and air intakes.

As you can see, Ultimate Speed ​​hasn’t made it easy on carbon fiber. No color was chosen, but bare carbon fiber. It also looks fresh inside with a new interior. There you will find a lot of Alcantara, but also a roll cage and new speakers are there.