1969 Chevrolet CR1 Camaro revealed at SEMA by CR Supercars

CR Supercars has introduced at SEMA this week their massively upgraded 1969 CR1 Camaro. It’s based on a stock ’69 Camaro but eschews the stock engine in favor of an LS7 that generates 505 bhp and is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox from Tremec. It recently went through an extensive restoration process and now has Dynacorn body panels along with a new front fascia and rear spoiler from CR Supercars. The vehicle now wears a BASF Glasurit matte blue metallic paint and comes with new door handles, hood hinges and billet taillight frames from Eddie Motorsports.

Chevrolet Camaro by CR Supercars
Chevrolet Camaro by CR Supercars

The 1969 CR1 Camaro rides on 18-inch Forgeline alloy wheels teamed up with 275/35/18 front and 335/30/18 rear BFGoodrich Rival tires and stops efficiently thanks to Wilwood’s six-piston calipers coupled to 14-inch rotors. The list of upgrades continues with a tubular a-arm front & four-link rear suspension (with adjustable coilovers) and some changes inside the cabin where there’s now a 200 mph speedometer, new gauges, Flaming River leather steering wheel, Procar Evolution seats and an eight-point roll cage for added safety.
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This 1969 CR1 Camaro is a prime example of a classic body mixed up with modern underpinnings and for some people this combination is just perfect.

Source: CR Supercars

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