This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro has a fresh 462 cid Big Block Chevrolet (.030 forged pistons, Edelbrock Victor Jr intake, Holley 850 carb, Ceramic coated Hooker headers, MSD ignition, Competition Cams camshaft, etc…) that runs on Pump Gas! For a little extra go, it is equipped with a Zex 150-300hp Nitrous Oxide System! Cooling consists of a New Weiand aluminum water pump, a High Performance big aluminum radiator with an aluminum shroud and dual 16″ electric fans!
The fuel system feeding this Big Block consists of a new 16gal aluminum fuel cell, with fuel level sending unit, located in the trunk. The fuel is pumped through the 10AN Stainless Steel braided fuel line by a Holley electric fuel pump, also located in the trunk. The fuel is filtered by a 10in inline aluminum bodied, Stainless Steel mesh media fuel filter to a Quick-Fuel fuel log with two Quick-Fuel adjustable aluminum regulators, one for the carb and one for the Nitrous system. Muscle Cars World doesn’t know the exact horsepower of this classic muscle car, but it’s huge!
The driveline consists of a TCI Turbo 350 with a Trans Brake and a reverse shift pattern valve body. The torque converter is also a TCI unit, with a 3500rpm stall speed. The shifting is handled by a B&M QuarterStick shifter with a Hurst T Handle. Next comes a custom-built 4in driveshaft, connected to a custom cut and narrowed Ford 9in rearend! The carrier is an aftermarket Nodular iron unit filled with 3.90:1 Pro Gears and Mark Willams spool and axles. The braking is handled by a Mopar M/C, Wilwood Discs in the front and Big Ford drum brakes with adjustable prop valve in the rear. Read more!
The suspension in the front is mostly stock, with the exception to the Moroso Trick Springs and travel limiters. The front subframe is stock except for a modified crossmember, an aftermarket rear-mount rack and pinion, and an aluminum motor plate / mid-plate mounting the drivetrain to the subframe. The rear suspension is a custom ladder-bar setup suspended by Competition Engineering Coilover shocks. The front and rear frames are tied together by Competition Engineering subframe connectors and a custom NHRA/IHRA inspectedl rollcage legal to 8.50. The rear coilovers are mounted to the cage in the rear, which extends all the way to the rear of the car. The front subframe is connected to the cage by supports that extend through the firewall into the interior.
The interior of this Camaro consists of a complete, uncut dash, new dashpad, new door panels and rear panels, new carpet and headliner with aftermarket racing bucket seats with black covers, no rear seat and a custom rear firewall.
The body on this Camaro is in great shape, it is all steel, except for the hood, the only thing that has been cut is to install mini-tubs in the rear. All the windows are glass, roll up and down, and in great shape. The paint is about 4 yrs old and is in really nice shape, the Rally Sport front grille was recently added, is brand new, doors and lights work flawlessly, entire system was replaced.
Now before anyone asks, NO it is NOT an original Z-28, the emblems were there a long time ago and the owner liked these emblems and left them positioned correctly.