2006 Foose '69 Camaro

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Unique Performance, along with Foose Design and Year One unveiled their first line of 1969 Camaro street machines, at the 8th Goodguys PPG Nationals.

The industry icons have teamed to build limited edition super cars with designs by Chip Foose based on 1960’s era vehicles. The Foose ’69 will be given away at the 9th Annual Goodguys PPG Nationals July 7-9 2006 as an official Goodguys Grand Prize Giveaway Car.

Motor:

  • 572cid /620 HP Big Block V8 Engine
  • Arizona Speed and Marine Intake
  • Concept One Serpentine Belt System

Transmission:

  • Tremec TKO 5 Speed Manual Transmission
  • Hydraulic Clutch
  • Rear End:
  • Currie 31 Spline 9" Posi-Traction TrU-Track Differential
  • 3.25:1

Interior:

  • Foose Designed Leather Interior
  • 4 Point Roll Bar 
  • Crow Enterprizes 5 Point Quick Release Harness
  • Hot Rod Air A/C System
  • Custom Lower Console
  • Kenwood AM/FM/CD/DVD
  • Classic Instruments Gauges
  • Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel

Wheels & Tires:

  • Foose Designed 18" Wheels
  • BFGoodrich G-Force Tires Front: 245/40ZR18 Rear: 295/35ZR18

Electrical:

  • MSD Ignition Control & Coil
  • FAST Fuel Management System

Exterior:

  • Jaguar Door Handles
  • Foose Badges both Exterior & Interior 
  • Integrated PIAA Reverse Lamps 
  • Custom Front Valence & Front Grill RS Style 
  • Custom Hood 
  • Smooth Bumpers

Exhaust:

  • Lemon Headers with Ceramic Coating

Fuel Cell:

  • Rick’s Hot Rod Shop - 18 Gallon Stainless Steel Tank 

Brakes:

  • Front: Baer 12" X 1.1" Track System, PBR
  • Rear: 12" X .81" Touring System, PBR 
  • Slotted, Cross Drilled & Zinc Washed 

Cooling:

  • US Radiator Aluminum Cross Flow Radiator

Chassis & Suspension:

  • Chris Alston Chassisworks Front Chassis
  • Subframe Braces 
  • Chris Alston Chassisworks Power Steering Rack
  • Unique Performance Products Adjustable Rear Coilover

4 comments:

It looks like the old version of bumblebee, well if only I could still see this one. Anyway, the engine that it had is absolutely looks so remarkable anyway, is it still existing?

As always, I’m impressed to those owners of old cars. Because even if the long time they maintain or restored carefully their cars, For me, it is an indication that historic cars are all used with strong materials.

I need a list of all the different paint colors for 1969 z-28 cars. I want to change the color of my Camaro. But I would like to keep it an original color.

por cuanto lo vendes?¿

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