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1969 Pro Touring Camaro - Progress on my 1969 Camaro. The chassis is complete, the body is mounted, and the drivetrain is mounted.
Sitting on the ground!
Sitting on the ground!
Sitting on the ground!
1969 Camaro - Motor: GM Performance Parts ZZ502
Transmission: Richmond 6 speed
Major Body Modifications: Chopped top, Nose pinched down, custom rear diffuser, custom hood
Rolling Chassis - The Chassis is finally complete. Next phase is body modifications and the roll cage.
Rolling Chassis - The Chassis is finally complete. Next phase is body modifications and the roll cage.
Rolling Chassis - The Chassis is finally complete. Next phase is body modifications and the roll cage.
1969 Pro Touring Camaro - Build in progress at Flying Miceli's Speed and Customs.
1969 Pro Touring Camaro - Build in progress at Flying Miceli's Speed and Customs.
1969 Pro Touring Camaro - Build in progress at Flying Miceli's Speed and Customs.
1969 Pro Touring Camaro - Build in progress at Flying Miceli's Speed and Customs.
Currie Quick Change Rear End
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1969 Camaro
Comments (6)
  • Thanks Marc. Almost every penny I earn goes into this car. I got an ididit steering column and a set of Stewart Warner gauges for Christmas. Everyone knows that car parts are the best Christmas presents!

    11 years ago

  • You're living the dream! Looks like quality work.

    11 years ago

  • Thank you Ron. The fabrication is being done at my brothers restoration shop, Flying Miceli's Speed & Customs. He is responsible for the chassis design and most of the fabrication. We currently have the the rolling chassis with the body temporarily mounted and it looks incredible. I will post new pictures soon.

    11 years ago

  • Beautiful Fabrication Tom...

    11 years ago

  • Built by Flying Miceli's Speed and Custom.

    11 years ago

  • Monster Wilwood brakes! 13" rotors with 6 piston calipers. They barely clear the rims.

    11 years ago

  • Built by Flying Miceli's Speed and Custom.

    11 years ago

  • Beautiful Fabrication Tom...

    11 years ago

  • Thank you Ron. The fabrication is being done at my brothers restoration shop, Flying Miceli's Speed & Customs. He is responsible for the chassis design and most of the fabrication. We currently have the the rolling chassis with the body temporarily mounted and it looks incredible. I will post new pictures soon.

    11 years ago

  • You're living the dream! Looks like quality work.

    11 years ago

  • Thanks Marc. Almost every penny I earn goes into this car. I got an ididit steering column and a set of Stewart Warner gauges for Christmas. Everyone knows that car parts are the best Christmas presents!

    11 years ago

Thomas Miceli
Project Engineer Asheville, NC