Finale Speed, an esteemed car restoration and building company based in Yukon, Oklahoma, has recently unveiled a new carbon-bodied 1969 Chevrolet Camaro with modern components and a 650 hp crate engine. The Camaro's body is made entirely of prepreg autoclave-cured carbon fiber, which reduces its weight. In addition to the body, the car features modern drivetrain components, including a LT4 crate engine and a Tremec T-56 Super Magnum six-speed manual transmission, as well as a modern chassis and suspension.
The Camaro's sits on Forgeline three-piece wheels with Wilwood brake components and Toyo Proxes R888R tires for grip. The exterior has LED lighting, flush-mounted glass, billet hinges, and a BASF Glasurit clear coat. The interior features VXR seats, an Alcantara headliner, Alcantara-covered door panels, Old Air Products climate control, Classic Instruments gauges, and a bespoke four-point roll bar.
Buyers can customize their vehicle by selecting from a range of options, including engine swaps, automatic transmissions, carbon fiber wheels, paint, and striping. This base vehicle provides an excellent platform for those looking for a high-performance classic car with a modern twist. Finale Speed has partnered with Dodge in the past to create custom carbon-fiber-bodied 1970 Chargers. The new carbon-bodied 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is further evidence of the company's dedication to innovation, attention to detail, and love for classic cars.
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