Video: 1969 Chevrolet Sunoco Camaro gets 'race-track' make-over

In case you’re wondering where American ingenuity went, you can look no further than Slot Mods, the makers of hand-made, custom race tracks to find your answer.

Taking a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro dressed in the legendary deep blue Sunoco finish of Roger Penske’s old Trans-Am race car, Slot Mods went about and customized it to be a different kind of eye candy. No, they didn’t rebuild it to run out on the track, but rather, they customized it to be the track itself.

Taking their expertise on building custom race tacks and using it to the full hilt, Slot Mods managed to turn an old race car into one that brings the track with it. If for nothing else, it makes for the kind of conversation-starter that Slot Mods has come to be known for.

Check out the video of the Slot Mods race track build on a 1969 Chevrolet Sunoco Camaro. Really, you couldn’t make this stuff up - even if you wanted to.


It may never have the powerful performance of the Zagato and Camaro, but this Sunaco levels with the sportiness and strong stance.

It’s better to ask if how much did is the total cost of this Sunoco Camaro?

I wonder hoe they restored this Camaro. It will surely costs almost a hundred-thousand dollars.

I wonder hoe they restored this Camaro. It will surely costs almost a hundred-thousand dollars.

I’m more in-love on the looks of this Sunoco Camaro. I know that there is good output on its performance.

Splendid! I appreciate their creativity on this Camaro.

I like the make-over they had on this Sunoco. This video is a good shot for the newly 1969 model.

Wow, it now doesn’t matter to me if a Camaro was an oldie. Now that they are able to remodel it and give more powerful performance.

Making some adjustments in the performance and design, you can expect this car to win major competitions.

They have my liking on this Sunoco Camaro. It received merely perfect modifications and enhancement on the exterior appearance.

I was really amazed to see this vintage model car raced and performed well in a exhibition race.

I can’t believe that this is the 1969 Camaro. It looks different or I might just say it looks new.

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