We told you about the 1956 Nomad Retromod that will be crossing the block at Mecum Anaheim in a couple of weeks, and now we’re bringing you this beautiful 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Pro Street car. The Camaro possesses a completely steel body with a removable front clip and is totally clear of any fiberglass parts. It has been recognized and featured in Car Craft (Best Street Machine Build) and Popular Hot Rodding as a centerfold spread. Craig Hill of Top of the Hill Performance and Sean Ferriter completed the car using all steel and glass (and roll-up windows) while meeting all NHRA 251C Pro Street specifications.
A 636 cubic-inch aluminum Arias Hemi engine is housed within the custom 4130 chrome moly chassis, which was professionally crafted by Hill and built to 25-1c specifications. A Ron Capp supercharger, electronic digital fuel injection, custom handmade headers, and 5-stage Avaid dry sump oiling system all operate to help the engine produce a whopping 1,800 horsepower. A Lenco 4-speed transmission directs the power to a 4-link and Mark Williams 9-inch rear, which is equipped with gun-drilled axles and floating hubs. Strange front and rear brakes, along with front struts work with Koni shocks at the rear and Centerline wheels on all four corners.
Inside, the Pro Street style continues with a custom polished aluminum interior equipped with full fire suppression and passenger safety gear. The car is currently licensed and registered in California.
For more information on this awesome ’69 Pro Street Camaro, visit www.mecum.com and don’t forget to check back to SuperChevy.com to find out how much it fetched at auction when it rolls across the block on Saturday, November 23rd.