Beautiful Build! LSA 6.2L Supercharged V8, Tremec 6 Speed, Long Spec List, Wow!
Smoothed side-marks were custom fit on the body as well, both bumpers were sectioned/shortened and moved closer to the body, and a ’69 Trans AM rear spoiler was custom fit atop the decklid. Up front there’s a chin spoiler and lower valance that looks killer, a bespoke grille and electric hide-away lights, and an aftermarket cowl induction hood with Fesler billet hinges. Everything works together perfectly and shows the result of countless hours of labor-intensive ministrations with a deep shine and excellent finish that work for a distortion-free surface.
The engine bay itself is a work of art, with extreme organization that would make the OCD Institute blush, and beautifully painted pieces everywhere you look. That powerful motor is managed by a quick-shifting Tremec T-56 Magnum 6-speed manual with a McLeod ceramic twin-disk clutch and QuickTime bell housing, and it spins a PST carbon-fiber driveshaft straight into a built Ford Racing 9-inch rear end with a billet aluminum Strange 3rd member 33 spline billet axles. Underneath, it’s finished for show and ready for combat with a custom Art Morrison chassis, lots of ZL1 suspension goodies up front, and a custom Detroit Speed 4-link rear end.
With that in mind, the killer look of this restomod is punctuated by the ‘ghosted’ hockey stick stripes that are buried under the clearcoat – just subtle enough that you have to look real close to find them. Inside, the Beige interior was given a comprehensive makeover, starting with a set of Corbeau racing seats wrapped in custom leather-and-sued materials that are found throughout the cabin. Marques Design engineered the matching door panels, headliner, package tray, and center console, and a 1967 Camaro dashboard swapped-in, painted to match the body, and loaded with high-end goodies.