Based in New Brunswick, Canada, Cook Performance Restorations is shop with a well-established proclivity for transforming classic muscle cars into heavily-customized restomods that blend modern performance with brawny, vintage American aesthetics. And one of the Canadian company’s most impressive builds in recent years, a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Pro-Touring restomod, is now looking for a new home.
For sale at RK Motorcars in Charlotte, North Carolina, this potent blacked-out pony car is powered by a massaged 6.0L LS2 engine that pumps out 400hp. Fed through a Tremec six-speed transmission with a hydraulic clutch, the Chevy’s added power is now kept in check via top-shelf Wilwood power brakes with 12” discs, an upgraded Moser rear axle with a Detroit Speed QUADRALink rear suspension setup, up-specced front suspension, and modern BC Forged aluminum wheels shod in BF Goodrich G-Force Rival rubber. Simply known as the “BLACK NO. 1,” the Camaro boasts polished Magnaflow mufflers, and a fully-appointed, track-inspired interior with Pro-Comp instrumentation, a flattened Grant steering wheel, and race seats up front and a custom back seat, both with bespoke upholstering and Cipher Auto racing harnesses. Cook Performance’s 1969 Camaro BLACK NO. 1 is currently for sale, priced at $139,900.