1967 Chevrolet Camaro Restomod by Ultimate Auto

If the above photo doesn’t stop you in your tracks, you had better check your pulse to make sure you’re still alive!

This sizzling hot 1967 Chevrolet Camaro was on display at the BASF booth at SEMA 2013. The car was built by Ultimate Auto in Orlando, Florida. Nicknamed “Ultimate Sixty Seven,” this car looks absolutely stunning in BASF R-M Carizzma “Ruthless Red” paint.

Although it is a 1967 Camaro on the outside, the engine, suspension, and interior have all been updated to modern high-performance standards. The original engine has been replaced by a 640-horsepower GM Performance LS9 V8 engine coupled to a Tremec T-56 transmission. The car rides on a set of 20″ front and 21″ rear wheels made of carbon fiber. The interior from a 2013 Camaro was sectioned to fit into the 1967’s body, then wrapped in suede and Italian leather.

The car is an interesting blend of old and new technology. It’s a tough job to blend the two together without it looking cheesy – and I think that Ultimate Auto has pulled it off nicely. The car is currently for sale by Ultimate Auto for $295,000.

Engine and Driveline
GM Performance LS9 Supercharged V8 engine – 640HP
Tremec T-56 transmission
Mast motorsports engine management
Speed and Performance serpentine belt system
Custom Borla Exhaust system

Body and Exterior
Rear fenders flared 2″
Section and recessed bumpers
New front valence and carbon fiber splitter
Custom grille and LED headlights
Inverted ’69 Camaro taillights
Carbon fiber roof
Custom aluminum and carbon fiber engine shroud

Interior and Audio
2013 Camaro steering wheel, center console, dashboard, and front seats
Custom gauge panel
Custom band pass enclosure with aluminum and plexiglass trim designed to mimic the instrument cluster in the dash
Pioneer AVIC-Z150 headunit
JL Audio 600/4
JL Audio 1000/1
JL Audio ZR650 in front doors with custom aluminum trim
JL Audio ZR 525, in rear pillars with custom aluminum trim
2- JL Audio 10W3V3

Suspension and Wheels
Detroit Speed and Engineering complete front sub frame with coil over suspension
Detroit Speed and Engineering Quadralink rear suspension
Detroit Speed and Engineering rack and pinion steering
Vellano Concave VKS wheels with two tone centers and carbon fiber wheel lips
Wheel Size (front and rear): 20×9” and 21×13
Tire Brand: Pirelli P-Zero tires
Tire Size (front and rear): 265/30-20 and 355/25-21