1969 Camaro by Timeless Kustoms

May 1, 2019

Category: Rides

As far the American muscle is concerned, few builds resonate like the Chevy Camaro. Still in play today, it’s one of the few American-built rides that has stood the test of time, adapting ever so slightly over the many decades it’s been in production. So it goes without saying that what Timeless Kustoms did to bring this old ’69 Camaro to life is nothing short of spectacular.

First off, under the hood of this blacked out ride is a 750hp Chevy LSX small block engine that was indeed assembled in-house by Timeless Kustoms and now fed by two twin turbos. A Tremec wide ratio six-speed transmission  – compliments of American Powertrain – controls the show, while the bumpers were tucked into the body and the vehicle’s drip rails were shaved. Air extractors were also fitted in the hood to help pull heat through the ride’s intercoolers and a Sparkling Graphite paint job along with carbon ceramic Brembo brakes and all-black Corvette Z06 wheels gives this thing an allusive dark side. You also wouldn’t know that a ten-point roll cage and custom seats were fastened to this Camaro either, but then again surprises are always welcome.

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