1967 Chevrolet Camaro$299,900

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Price: $299,900
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Location: Charlotte, NC
SUMMARY</p>Built for display in the BASF booth at the 2013 SEMA ShowWinner of a 2015 Goodguys Builders Choice Award / Featured on the cover of Rides Magazine6.2 liter Chevrolet Performance LS9 crate engine / 638 horsepowerTremec T56 6-speed manual transmission / Ford 9-inch rear axleCustom leather andamp; suede interior / Air conditioning / Full Pioneer/JL Audio sound systemDetroit Speed hydroformed front-clip / Detroit Speed QUADRALink rear-clipHighly modified body / BASF Carizzma Ruthless Red paint / Hand-laid carbon fiber roof skinCustom 20 and 21-inch Vellano VKS wheelsPower rack-and-pinion steering / Baer 4-wheel disc brakesCustom side-exit exhaust<p>In the world of Camaros there are plenty of cars that have great street presence. And then there are cars like this incredible SEMA custom that are wicked manifestations of high octane and pure adrenaline! Built to drop jaws at the worlds most outrageous custom car show this razor-sharp Chevy is the direct result of what happens when serious gearheads spend $420K infusing timeless American muscle with the best attributes of Italian supercars. With one twist of its key 6.2 liters of LS9 V8 roar to life reinforcing those aggressive looks with outrageous performance. When rubber bites the pavement a full Detroit Speed suspension and beefy Tremec 6-speed afford a steady diet of modern era poseurs thats seasoned with the occasional golden age classic. And if youre a discerning gearhead whos looking for some world class metal that crosses legendary heritage with a bit of fresh DNA its the stuff your dreams are made of!</p><p>BODYWORK/TRIM</p><p>Titled Ultimate Sixty Seven and completely designed built and finished by Ultimate Auto of Orlando Florida:http://www.ultimateauto.com/pages/Detailed/1467.html this lust worthy F1 was sent straight to the 2013 SEMA Show where it shared the spotlight with creations from Chip Foose and Troy Trepanier. That spotlight was cast by BASF who sourced the three rides as eye candy for their massive commercial booth. And this member of that trio was commissioned for a total cost of $420K. Naturally BASF builds were meant to highlight BASF paints which on this custom Chevy reflects as gorgeous Carizzma Ruthless Red 2-stage. When the show wrapped the car took the cover of Rides Magazine became a JL Audio signature car and won numerous awards and accolades at an array of national shows. And today it offers one discerning collector the exclusive chance to own some truly one-of-a-kind muscle!</p><p>Theres no question that the first generation Camaro is one of the best-looking muscle cars of all time. And when a team of skilled builders executes a bit of carefully planned customization it only serves to make things better! At the front of this sophisticated coupe a hand-fabricated grille hangs a polished crossbar and JW Speaker LED headlights above a custom valance a custom carbon fiber splitter and a painted sectioned and recessed bumper. Above that grille a pinned ZL-2 hood leads the eye to a custom cowl and flush-fit glass thats wrapped in hand-laid carbon fiber roof skin. At the sides of that hood a shaved profile centers custom mirrors and modern door handles above hand-fabricated rockers that flare to 2-inch widened quarters. Those quarters frame a seamless deck filler panel which flows into a modified trunk lid and custom rear valance thats complete with inverted 69 Camaro-style taillights. And those LEDs illuminate a 67 Camaro-style fuel filler a second painted sectioned and recessed bumper and snazzy billet splitters.</p><p>ENGINE</p><p>Capping 6.2 liters of octane-laced displacement with a brutal Eaton supercharger the Chevrolet Performance V8 rumbling beneath this Camaros custom engine cover is a 21st century testament to the bowtie divisions enduring small block. Derived from the Corvette C6R racing program and hand-assembled at GMs Performance Build Center in Wixom Michigan the top-of-the-line LS9 incorporates specialty processes typically seen