One of the coolest things about being an automotive journalist is that we get the opportunity to see just about everything that the automotive world has to offer. We see the latest and greatest in new cars, concept cars and full customs in settings that the general public is generally not privy too. There are times however that some of the cars we’d like to see are simply out of our reach due to geographic reasons. That brings me to this amazing 1969 Chevrolet Camaro custom that’s located in Springfield, MO. This orange ’69 is simply stunning and looks to have thousands of man hours invested in it. Half pro-touring and half pro-stock, this Camaro blurs the line between full-on street machine and drag day animal.
In looking at the for sale ad on Premier Cars, we can see that there are really some high quality bits on this machine. A 727 horsepower 540 cubic inch Chevrolet big block, vintage A/C, billet hood hinges as well as a body that looks to be arrow straight and an undercarriage you could eat off of, make this one of the nicest builds I’ve ever seen. My question though is, does anyone know anything about this car? For instance, who built it, where was the work done and why is it up for sale. I ask you these questions because a reader reached out to us here at Ridelust and asked for a helping hand in finding out as much information about this car as we could. So, if anyone out there knows about this car, specifically its origins, please shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.