Brian's 69 Camaro
This bad to the bone 68 Camaro belongs to Brian McKenzie out of Oakland. Brian wanted a really nice car so we really tore into this baby to make it nice. It got a new Currie 9" Ford rear-end with a 3.55 Trac-Loc, a power disc brake conversion, a full suspension rebuild, sub frame connectors, 5 leaf performance rear springs, Cal-Trac bars, KYB shocks, and a good cleaning & painting of the underside, plus new fuel lines and brake lines,a new Ron Davis aluminum radiator, march billet pulleys, etc.
Once that was all done, in went his nice, new 427 small block stroker. It has a Motown race block, a Scat 4340 forged crank and H beam rods, forged lightweight JE pistons, a roller cam & lifters, a billet roller timing assembly, 225cc CNC'd AFR aluminum heads, Ultra Pro-Magnum roller rockers, a port matched RPM Air Gap intake manifold topped off with a Quick Fuel Technology 750 carb and a re-curved MSD billet distributor. All of that is mated-up to a Hugh's Performance TH-400 tranny with a B&M Holeshot 3000 stall converter. Once that was done it got a killer new exhaust system with 3 chamber Delta Flow's. Needless to say, this camaro SCREAMS!
The car is black but it has beautiful charcoal metallic grey SS stripes that stand out when the sun hits them. Subtle but very nice.
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