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WTT: Pro-touring 69 Camaro for '12 or '13 Z06 or ZR1
WTT: my pro-touring 1969 Camaro for your late model (prefer 2012 or 2013 but not necessary) Z06 or ZR1 and cash.
A car still under warranty is desired.
Willing to trade with dealers also.
To place an approximate value on my car, I refer you to recent Barrett Jackson auctions. Cars similar to mine have sold between $125,000 and $165,000.
It's a total frame off rebuild. I have hundreds of detailed pictures documenting the entire process of the build and the car was built by one of the best shops in the country.
Call or text Bryan at 760-458-3606
LS2 engine (stroker 402ci, 580hp crank)
Tremec T-56 Magnum 6-speed tranny
Detroit Speed (DSE) hydroformed front subframe with:
• Hydroformed Framerails
• Stamped Crossmembers
• Tubular Upper and Lower Control Arms
• Coilover Shocks
• Coilover Spring
• Power Rack and Pinion Steering
• Splined Anti-Roll Bar
• C6 Steering Knuckles and Bearing Packs
DSE rear QUADRALink
DSE adjustable rear anti-roll bar kit
DSE/Moser Ford 9" rear end
Ron Davis radiator
Wilwood 13" brakes; 6-piston front 4-piston rear
DSE weld in subframe connectors
DSE transmission crossmember (welded into body for additional rigidity)
DSE four-point roll cage (welded into body, not bolted)
DSE selectra speed-wiper kit
DSE electric RS headlight door kit
DSE roll cage
DSE dash insert
Flaming River tilt steering column
Momo steering wheel
Vintage Air AC/Front Runner
Katech satin black valve covers
Katech coil relocation kit
Fikse FM5 wheels; 9" front, 11" rear
Nitto NT-555 tires; 295/45 rear, 265/35 front
Valencia Orange color (BASF 3-stage paint)
Recaro Specialist cloth seats
Black Porche carpeted interior (forgot the brand but Porche fanatics go nuts over it )
AutoMeter carbon fiber gauges (tach, speedo, oil pressure, water, fuel, volts)
G-Force four-point racing harness for seat belts
Clayton Machine Works pedals, window cranks and door handles
Rick's stainless steel tank
Dynamat sound deadner throughout
Loaded with billet parts such as Marquez Design billet taillights and running lights, Billet Specialties hood hinges, etc....
I've left out a lot of stuff and I'll try and update the parts list later...
Tucked, narrowed and painted front bumper
Ringbrothers billet black powdercoated hood hinges
Ringbrothers billet clutch fluid reservoir
Ringbrothers billet sill plates
Marquez design billet door strikers
Marquez design billet side marker bezels
Marquez design billet jamb vents
Marquez design front valence
Marquez design adjustable door stops
Billet Specialties billet rear battery mount
Last edited by The Patch; 07-22-2013 at 05:37 PM.
Reason: updated parts list
I'd be interested. Does it have A/C? Can the cage come out? Are you in AZ?
Yes, it has AC (Vintage Air). I never got around to charging it because I lived 1/4 mile from the beach in Carlsbad, CA and I like to drive with the windows down. I can get it completed for you no problem.
Cage is welded into the body at four spots. I guess you could remove it. There are several things that add to the rigidity of the car. The cage is one of them. The DSE transmission crossmember is another. I wouldn't remove it but it's your car.
The cage, like many parts of the car, is a DSE cage. It has a "removable cross-bar with CNC machined stainless steel clevis and quick-pins. The exclusive DSE design follows the interior lines of the car. It does not interfere with the interior comfort and packages close to the headliner and back window glass."
FWIW, I view the cage (any cage really) as a cranium crusher. I have never driven the car with a passenger in the back seat.
That is one sick PT camaro !! Having DSE's full suspension is a dream of mine ! I know it corners like its on rails . I would just have to hang on to that beast. are you on Pro-Touring.com ?
Thanks. Yea, it's a blast to drive. It's an attention magnet, too. On more than one occasion I've had to honk the horn at other drivers as they begin to drift into me on the highway while staring at my car.