This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro replica was assembled by the seller as part of a multi-year build completed in 2023. The car features a Dynacorn reproduction body shell fitted over a Roadster Shop SPEC Series chassis with an independent front suspension and a four-link rear end along with Fox coilovers and Baer disc brakes at all four corners. The cabin houses a dash, center console, and seats sourced from TMI Products along with a Max Papis Innovations steering wheel, Dakota Digital instrumentation, Vintage Air climate control, and a custom stereo. The 6.2L V8 was built utilizing a Vortec L94 block and cylinder heads along with DSS Racing forged pistons and a Manley Performance forged crankshaft and H-beam connecting rods. It is fitted with a 2.9L Whipple supercharger incorporating an air-to-water intercooler and is controlled via a Holley standalone engine management system. Shifting is via a Tremec T56 magnum six-speed manual transmission linked with a Strange Engineering 9″ rear axle and a Detroit TrueTrac limited-slip differential. Further details include a forged carbon-fiber front spoiler and bumpers along with 18″ Schott Wheels forged aluminum wheels, an Auto Rad radiator with dual electric puller fans, and a 3″ stainless-steel exhaust system with four-into-one headers. This Camaro coupe replica is now offered with build photos and records along with a Washington State title in the seller’s name listing the car as a 1969 kit vehicle.

The reproduction body shell was sourced from Dynacorn and was painted Nori Green Pearl, a Lexus color, as part of the aforementioned multi-year build. The bumpers and front spoiler are constructed of forged carbon fiber, while the fuel filler door, side mirrors, hood hinges, and door handles are made of billet aluminum. Further details include a cowl-induction hood and fiberglass rear spoiler along with projector-style LED headlights, LED driving lights, and infinity-style custom taillights. The seller reports difficulty operating the passenger-side window, and images showing touched-up scratches on the body are provided in the gallery.

The 18″ Schott Wheels forged aluminum wheels are finished in bronze with black lips and mounted with 255/35 front and 275/35 rear Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires. The Roadster Shop SPEC Series chassis incorporates an independent front suspension with power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering along with a four-link rear end featuring a Panhard bar. Fox fixed-valve coilovers are fitted at all four corners, and braking is handled by Baer four-piston calipers over drilled and slotted rotors.

The cabin features a dash, center console, seats, door panels, and carpets sourced from TMI Products of Corona, California. The Pro-Series front bucket seats and rear bench are trimmed in black vinyl with diamond-pattern inserts, and lap belts are installed for front seat occupants. The sun visors and one-piece fiberglass headliner are trimmed in black microsuede, and the floors and roof are lined with sound deadening material. A Holley touchscreen control unit is housed in the center console, and a Bluetooth-capable Custom Autosound digital media receiver is connected to speakers in the rear parcel shelf and kick panels along with a 10″ subwoofer in the trunk. Further appointments include Vintage Air climate control, an American Autowire wiring harness, and power windows.

A Max Papis Innovations steering wheel is fitted with an IDIDIT tilt steering column and accompanied by a billet shifter. Dakota Digital instrumentation includes a 160-mph speedometer and an 8k-rpm tachometer that incorporate inset auxiliary gauges and digital displays. The digital odometer shows 362 miles.

The supercharged 6.2L V8 was assembled from a Vortec L94 block and cylinder heads sourced from a 2014 GMC along with the following parts and components:

  • 2.9L Whipple supercharger with air-to-water intercooler
  • Manley Performance forged crankshaft and H-beam connecting rods
  • DSS Racing forged pistons
  • Brian Tooley Racing camshaft and trunnion kit
  • Brian Tooley Racing Active Fuel Management (AFM) delete kit
  • Nick William Performance throttle body
  • Holley Terminator X engine management
  • Wegner Automotive billet accessory drive kit
  • High-volume oil pump
  • Motion Raceworks oil catch can and valve covers
  • Ultimate Headers four-into-one stainless-steel exhaust headers

The custom aluminum radiator core support houses an Auto Rad radiator with dual electric puller fans along with a coolant swirl pot and the air conditioning condenser. An Optima YellowTop battery is installed in the trunk.

Power is sent to the rear wheels through a Tremec T56 Magnum six-speed manual transmission and a Strange Engineering 9″ rear axle with a Detroit TrueTrac limited-slip differential. A Centerforce twin-disc clutch assembly is connected to a hydraulic master cylinder, while the custom aluminum fuel tank is paired with an electric fuel pump. The stainless-steel exhaust system features 3″ piping as well as an X-pipe and PRO-FABrication two-stage mufflers.

Photos taken at various stages of the build process are provided in the gallery.

The car is titled as a 1969 kit vehicle using the Washington State Assigned Identification Number—WA98256028—that appears on a tag affixed to the driver-side door jamb. The current Washington State title lists a “Custom Vehicle” notation under the Comments section and carries an “Antique” designation under the Brands section. A redacted copy can be viewed in the gallery.