Video: 700hp Supercharged LT4 1969 Camaro

What do you get when you transplant the supercharged 6.2L heart of a C7 Corvette Z06 into a 1969 Camaro? The answer is a vehicle that's capable of melting a set of 13-inch-wide rear tires in the blink of an eye. Pair that with high-performance coilover suspension, big brakes, custom bodywork, carbon fiber accents, and black leather upholstery, and you've got a show-stopping build on your hands. In a new video, YouTube channel AutotopiaLA takes a closer look at this awesome pro-touring 1969 Camaro built by Lakeside Speed & Shine in Arizona.

"Split Decision" Twin-Turbo 1971 Camaro

Every resto-mod project blends classic style with modern functionality, but some projects do it so seamlessly that they almost look like new vehicles that could appear in dealerships today. This 1971 Camaro, built by the RestoMod Store in Missouri, appears to be one such vehicle. With the smooth body lines, round headlamps, and split bumper, it's unmistakably a classic second-gen Camaro. However, elements such as aggressive wheels and tires, bulging fender flares, and custom honeycomb grille evoke the much newer sixth-gen design. And it's even powered by a fuel-injected, twin-turbocharged LS3 engine.

Classic Industries' Project Vehicles

At Classic Industries®, we believe our ultimate responsibility is to ensure that you will get not only the parts but the information you need to keep your project on the road. So whether it's help sorting your way through the maze of electronic parts, selecting the right belt system for your specific application, selecting the right spring rate, or straightening the body on your classic, Classic Industries has the experienced tech support and the products to help you complete your restoration.

1969 Chevy Camaro - Classic Industries' 1969 Camotion

Times are changing in hot-rodding, there's no question about it. Classic Industries, recognizing the increase in the popularity of modern suspension and drivetrain parts in muscle cars and the high-caliber quality of parts now produced by the aftermarket, set out to build a heavily modified, modernized 1969 Camaro.

1967 Chevy Camaro SS Asphalt Pounder

My show and go car is a 1967 Camaro SS. She has a 383 small block Chevy stroker engine with over 600 horsepower. The powertrain includes a 671 Weiand blower with a Turbo 400 trans and a nine-inch Ford differential/rear axle.

1968 Chevy Camaro RS - Lady in Red

Gary Lindenmayer found this 1968 Rally Sport Camaro while working one day. He contacted the owner and shortly thereafter, purchased this classic. The car sat in his garage for about a year, and then it was sent to the body shop to have all the bondo removed. It received some fresh sheet metal, to include fenders, valances, and a hood from Classic Industries. He had the car painted and installed a 350 cid, 300 hp motor coupled to a TH350, feeding the torque to a 12-bolt rear end. Then he moved to the interior, practically replacing everything with restoration parts purchased from Classic Industries. His Camaro can been seen cruising the streets of Southern California, at least when he is not working on his next Chevy restoration.


Gary Lindenmayer
La Verne, California

1967 Chevy Camaro SS - 465 Horses At the Ready!

Thanks for all the information you guys have given me. Here's a picture of our car, a 1967 Camaro with a LS1, a M22 four-speed manual Muncie transmission, with the power to the road via a 3.73:1 Posi. The car is stock SS except for the engine, which is pumping about 465 HP. The car has a folding rear seat with white interior. It was bought in Canada two years ago after many hours of negotiation.

1968 Chevy Camaro SS - Cruisin' Route 66 in an SS

Here is a picture from the recent Route 66 Rendezvous Car Show in San Bernardino, CA. We had a lot of fun that day on 6th St with a lot of lookers. Plus the new bumpers and grill from Classic Industries finished off the car great.

1971 Chevrolet Camaro RS - Super Clean Gen 2


1969 Chevy Camaro Z/28 RS - Found In Pieces

Keith Woolverton of Choctaw, Oklahoma, rescued this 1969 Camaro Z/28 from a field, where it had been disassembled and was in pieces when he found it. It took Keith about a year to complete the frame-off restoration. A journey that has been well worth it.