Timeless Kustoms Perfects the ’69 Camaro
Attention Camaro Lovers: This is One for the Books
Well, well, well, look at this beauty. Timeless Kustoms out of Camarillo, California, specializes in restoring custom cars from another decade, as their name might insinuate. The owner, Jason Pecikonis, is well known for his insanely beautiful creations. One of their latest builds is a 1969 Chevy Camaro, and it is an absolute head-turner.
This bad boy is stocked with a small block twin-turbo Chevy LSX engine capable of cranking out 750 hp. All those ponies are then funneled into a Tremec 6-speed wide-ratio transmission. Air extractors were even installed in the hood to help cool the beast within. The engine not only looks good, but it has that classic Chevy sound; it really takes you back, man.
The interior is a flat-black old-school design which, by the way, is flawless. The dash comes equipped with modern gauges and vent covers. The racing shifter stands out; a flash of chrome in a sea of black. You’ll immediately want to sit inside and get a feel for it, but you know your shoes are probably too dirty.
A few body modifications give this custom ride a slimmer and sleeker look. As you scan the shape of the vehicle, you can barely see where the team scaled back the drip rails along the roof and pillars. Both the front and rear bumper were pushed inward to shorten its stance ever so slightly. It gives the vehicle a tighter look, without detracting from its inherent beauty.
Other modifications include a ten-point roll cage, custom seats, jet-black Corvette rims, a “Sparkling Graphite” paint job, and carbon ceramic brakes. All-in-all, it’s a damn fine and undeniably sexy tribute to one of America’s most iconic muscle cars.