Lot #1570 - If General Motors were to re-create a '68 Camaro today what would it be? It would be this car. No expense was spared on this build and used only the finest quality components and the most up-to-date technology by today standards to create this one-of-a-kind, turn-key, dependable, pleasurable-to-drive Camaro. With it's retro Baldwin Motion paint scheme, big block power and all of the modern convenience options of a 2008 luxury coupe, this is truly the only one like it in the world. Powered by a 425hp Gen-Six, 454 HO roller cam pump fuel big block, Holley Commander 950 Pro Fuel Injection, MSD 6-AL ignition system, Alumacoat long tube headers, 2 1/2" exhaust, OEM GM serpentine belt system, a large capacity radiator, a GM 200-R4 4-speed overdrive automatic transmission and 12-bolt posi-traction rear end with 3:73 gears round out the powertrain. A Martz chassis front sub-frame with rack & pinion steering, Fat Man Fabrication Wonder Bar rear suspension and coilover shocks on all four corners make adjustments a breeze. 20" Foose nitrous wheels give this Camaro its awesome retro stance. Power steering, power 4-wheel disc brakes, power windows and power locks are just the tip of the option iceberg. Indulge yourself with remote keyless entry, power driver's seat, dual heated seats, tile wheel, dual cup holders, custom interior light package, integrated shoulder/lap belts, three tone leather and suede interior, a custom center console, plush pile carpet and tinted glass. The heart of the 10-speaker sound system is a Pioneer AM/FM CD DVD with voice commanded GPS navigation, XM satellite radio, iPod adapter, 6-disc CD changer, two 12" Pioneer subwoofers, three amps delivering 3000 watts of power and a rear back-up camera. A Covan Classic gauge package featuring Autometer gauges, air conditioning system by Vintage Air and a custom roll bar round out the interior options. Cruise the night with Halo headlamps with high-intensity bulbs and driving lights. With all new wiring and new fuel and brake systems, every nut and bolt has been upgraded to today's standards. Reproduction cost would be $120,000+ and almost impossible to duplicate. So bid with confidence on this one-off Camaro.