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post #1 of 8 Old 11-17-2008, 07:12 AM Thread Starter
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Pro Touring 69 Camaro

I saw this local car on Craigslist - I've seen it at a few local shows this summer - nice car

Powertrain 2007 LS7 / 427ci

http://detroit.craigslist.org/cto/906903833.html

Body and Fabrication:
Front bumper mounting brackets and opening removed
Front bumper narrowed and reworked corners to be flush mounted to match fenders
Bumper now custom mounted to valance
Removed mounting bolts and welded studs
Cut and narrow rear bumper to fit body closer
Weld up all bolt holes for smooth look
Matched grille to fender with heat
Fill side marker lights
Fill door locks and handles
Fill trunk lock and remove latch
Custom power trunk lift (no latch)
Smooth firewall, fill all holes and dimples
4 inlet, inline bulkhead for heat and a/c
Custom bulkhead for quick-disconnect wiring for engine harness
Billet swivel mount for steering column
Custom welded and boxed mount for hyd clutch master cylinder
Filled and smoothed hole from original wire harness
Filled and smoothed original access holes for subframe mounts
Smooth inner fenders, fill all holes and dimples
Weld on custom brackets for ac condensor and dryer to core support
Fill un-used holes in core support
Weld front fender extensions to fenders
Weld rocker panel to quarter behind doors
Weld rear lower valance to quarters
Weld rear filler panel to quarters
Weld & finish drip rails for paint(no trim)
Completely weld original quarter to roof seam
Weld up all original emblem holes
Install complete new floors front to back inc. trunk
Install new rear tail panel
Modify tail panel for exhaust tips
Install new frame rails
Install new outer rear wheel wells
Install new DSE mini tubs
Install necessary mounts for DSE Quadra-Link
Install DSE sub frame connectors
Install DSE front coil-over conversion
Install DSE front upper & lower control arms
Completely weld in subframe, including 6 pt roll cage
Install BRP front mount rack & pinion
Install splined Speedway sway bar including custom bent trailing arms
Fabricate custom battery mount in trunk
Fabricate custom electrical panel in trunk for fuse panel and all relays
Completely smooth every edge, dimple, spot weld on underside and frame for a completely smooth look
Custom trans mount with integrated driveshaft loop
New door latches with custom mounted remote door opener
Install carbon fiber fill pieces in large openings of original cowl hood, fill unnecessary(smaller holes)
Billet hood hinges

Engine/Transmission/Rear Axle:
2007 LS7 / 427ci 7.0l (Z06 Corvette Engine)
Katech Cam/Lifters/Springs
Diamond pushrods
Speartech wiring harness
Custom oil tank from Ricks Hot Rod Shop for dry sump
Custom air intake w/ K&N filter
Superior aluminum radiator for LS engines w/ electric fan
Synister Products polished front serpentine drive system w/ pwr steering, a/c, and 1 wire alt.
Hooker headers
Custom 3" exhaust w X-pipe completely ceramic coated w/polished stainless tips
Flowmaster mufflers
Mcleod T-56 6 speed
Mcleod twin disc clutch w/ hyd T/O bearing
Mcleod scatterproof bellhousing
Mcleod slik-stix shifter
Brand new 12 bolt housing from DSE for the "Quadra-Link"
Moser axles, Eaton HD posi unit, 4.10 ratio R&P
Ricks Hot Rod Shop stainless gas tank built for Quadra-Link w/ Walbro (in tank) fuel pump
Custom stainless fuel line
Wheels & Brakes:
Boze Alloys "MESH" 2 piece wheels w/ black centers
18X8 front, 19X11.5 rear
Michelon Pilot tires 255/18 front, 345/19 rear
C6 ZO6 Corvette Front and Rear Disc Brakes
Custom made billet mounts for rears to use stock Z06 Corvette parking brake.
Lokar parking brake cables w/custom fab mounts
ATS aluminum spindles in front
Calipers painted body color
Custom stainless brake lines

Interior:
Complete Marquez Design interior including dash, door panels, package tray

Custom crafted center console
Autometer carbon fiber guages
Arizen racing seats (black leather w/ carbon fiber leather inserts)
Rear seat recovered to match fronts
Door panels covered to match seats
Momo harnesses (4)
Momo shifter handle and boot(carbon fiber)
Momo "Jet" steering wheel
Ididit chrome steering column w/key ignition
Electric Life power windows (all 4)
Electric Life shaved door handle kit
Vintage Air compac II heat/A.C.
Elite double din touchscreen head unit
A.D.S. 345 5.25 front speakers
A.D.S. 346 6.5 rear speakers
(2) JL Audio 10W3V2 4ohm subwoofers (in trunk)
JL Audio 500/5 amp (in trunk)


The trunk is fully finished with interior matching leather materials and utilizes "water-jet" formed trim pieces to complete the finished look. The trunk lid is on a custom made linear actuator system for opening and closing duties (shown in video below) which is controlled directly from the keyfob. This keyfob system also controls the driver and passenger side windows, up and down, as well as triggering the door "pop" actuators..all from the keyfob!



Paint & Body:
3 stage red w/ custom air brushed carbon fiber hockey stripe by Jimtech customs
DSE Bright driver headlights
DSE select-a-speed wiper motor
Marquez Design modern billet taillights w/ AAW led's
Marquez Design Billet front driving lights
Vision Hot Rods VF-4 mirrors w/ led turn signals


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post #2 of 8 Old 11-17-2008, 07:33 AM
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that's a beautiful car.

2010-2SS/RS/LS3/IBM/RP6: ECS-Paxton Supercharger / American Racing Headers & Exhaust / PFADT Suspension / DSS 9" 4.10 Rear / FOR SALE!

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I thought it said $14,900. I almost unloaded my paypal account lol
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**** I need it. I could sell my family.

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**** I need it. I could sell my family.

2010-2SS/RS/LS3/IBM/RP6: ECS-Paxton Supercharger / American Racing Headers & Exhaust / PFADT Suspension / DSS 9" 4.10 Rear / FOR SALE!

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post #6 of 8 Old 11-17-2008, 01:13 PM
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JOE,****it did u Have to post that? LOL i wonder if my wife would divorce me if i made the guy a offer lol

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post #7 of 8 Old 11-17-2008, 03:30 PM
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i have a few pics from the camaro fest on my myspace page of this car.you can really see the gold flake.

just another guy dreaming of owning a 09 camaro

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post #8 of 8 Old 11-24-2008, 07:59 PM
 
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I don't usually say this but THAT CAR IS SICK!!
For 150 grand I'd rather have that than an exotic.
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