This $100K Chevy Camaro Build Is As Mean As It Gets!
With its killer look, stylish custom interior and V8 monster living under the cowl hood this 1967 Camaro restomod is so cool that I don’t know from where to start. It is built with a six-figure budget, but certainly not to ride in a trailer, actually exactly the opposite: this Chevrolet Camaro is one evil street machine.
The rust free F-body is coated with PPG Black paint and set on a special chassis from American Touring Specialties and adjustable suspension with coil overs all the way around. To achieve the awesome stance this custom built 1967 Camaro rides on 18-inch 3-piece Forgeline wheels wrapped it Nitto drag radials at the back.
Inside this hard core looking first gen Camaro has a late model GTO interior finished in Red & Black and enhanced with one-off Billet Specialties steering wheel, custom tilt steering column and white face Classic Instruments gauges. For those who love to listen to their favorite tunes while flying down the road there is a hidden Kenwood radio.
Pop the cowl hood of this bad to the bone Camaro restomod and you will face a 400 cubic inch Dart Block V8 engine boosted by a pair of 64mm Precision turbos rated at over 900 horsepower. All that power is controlled by a 4L80ETSI racing trans with Baumann torque converter.
Make sure to check out the We Be Autos video to see this beast all the way around. Watch, Enjoy & Share!