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Looking like it was inspired by Vaughn Gitin Jr.’s ’69 Ford Mustang RTR-X that debuted at the SEMA Show last year, this 1967 Chevy Camaro is a prime example of how amazing a result restomod projects can have. Blending new-age performance with an old-school look, the owner of this car paired a ’67 Camaro body with an Art Morrison Corvette frame and powered by an LS7. But that’s only the start.
Under the hood is a Forged Vengeance-built LS7 engine that was swapped in by Garage Zero while Hellion Kustoms took care of the car’s body and its modifications. The carbon fiber accents were fabricated by Fule Carbon Creations and gives the ’67 Camaro some new school style.
Talking about style, the Corvette frame allows for a wicked set of wheels to be tucked on the Camaro’s body. Newgen made a custom staggered 3-piece setup for the Camaro, with an 19×11-inch pairing in the front and a very impressive (and wide) 19×14-inch pair in the rear. The wheels are wrapped with 275s in the front and super-wide 345s in the rear.
The rear end that puts it all together is from Moser while 14-inch 6-piston Wilwood brakes outfit each corner for superb stopping power. Mix that all with a flat black body with carbon fiber aerodynamic parts and this might just be the most badass Camaro we’ve ever set our eyes on.
GALLERY: 1967 Camaro Streetfighter
Check out two videos of the Camaro after the jump: