With the first generation Camaros being so popular within hot rodders it is really hard to build a custom version that is different and innovative. The guys at HS Customs have been quite creative with their “Under Pressure” 1969 Chevy Camaro displayed at 2016 Detroit Autorama car show, so let’s take a closer look at it.
It is not hard to notice that the body work is way over the top, but HS have managed to keep the original Camaro spirit. The PPG Gold, Grey & White paint mix is truly exceptional covering the entire car including the extended hood, custom billet grill and even the one-off Eved rims fitted with 14″ brakes from Wilwood.
Inside the “Under Pressure” 1969 Camaro things look awesome too, with full sheet metal & aluminium door panels, dashboard and center console. The Corbeau seats are wrapped in Italian leather, the steering wheel matches the Eved wheels and the gauges are fully custom from Dakota Digital.
In the HS Customs 1969 Camaro “Under Pressure” engine compartment built with great attention to detail sits a Thomson Automotive 427 cubic inch LSX motor equipped with a pair of Nelson Racing turbo units and mounted to a Huges 4L80E transmission with fabricated 9-inch rear end.
In my opinion the guys at HS Customs have built a spectacular 1969 Chevy Camaro, but I am sure not every bow tie fan will agree. Check out Scottie’s video from 2016 Detroit Autorama and let us know what do you think in the comment section below.