69 Chevy Camaro Grimm 7.0 with 750 horsepower Mercury Racing Engine


69 Chevy Camaro Grimm 7.0 Side  69 Chevy Camaro Grimm 7.0 Back

Today we are going to make a small overview of this incredible, custom-built 69 Chevy Camaro Grimm 7.0. Immediately we noticed that this is a super clean ‘69 Camaro with many custom parts built in, and an amazing engine under the hood. The exterior has a deep blue body color with super clean lines and without crazy modifications to the body. Up front, the legendary grill with hidden headlamps has a goldish color that matches the color of the wheel. The clean lines continue till the back section where the decklid spoiler has a similar design to the taillights, which are built in a carbon-fiber panel.  


69 Chevy Camaro Grimm 7.0 Interior

Inside this custom 69 Chevy Camaro, we can see that the interior has been built from scratch by Gabe’s Custom Interiors. A completely new and fresh design with high-quality burgundy leather with carbon inserts. The three-spoke steering wheel is a billet one-off design with carbon inserts and leather. Behind the wheel, the dashboard has a unique design with a CNC machined aluminum frame and LCD cluster gauge with all the necessary Infos about the engine. While the center console is super cool with Lamborghini switches and Ferrari California air vents. This interior is one of the best we have seen so far on the classic Camaros.   


The engine under the hood is something completely different and it is an absolute beast. It is a naturally aspirated GM-based Mercury Racing small-block LS SB4 V8 engine, which produces a massive 750 horsepower. This engine is attached by a Tremec T-56 6-speed manual transmission connected to a Ford 9-inch with 3.73 gears rear-end. Underneath it is equipped with a Roadster Shop chassis with independent rear suspension. The brakes are Baer 6-piston with vented rotors. Custom-built HRE wheels wrapped with Michelin Pilot Sport S tires give an outstanding stance. This classic custom Chevrolet is equally good for driving as it looks.  

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