1969 Chevrolet Camaro Custom Drag Rad Rides by Troy

Feb
23

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Custom Drag Rad Rides by Troy - Muscle Cars BlogThis Jaw Dropping 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is priced at US $299,000.00 and serves as further proof, as if anywhere needed, that no one builds a more radical rides than Troy Trepanier of “ Rad Rides by Troy” fame. Well over $600,000.00 was invested in building this incredible machine, which rockets out of the chute under the spell of a gigantic Tunnel-Port 710 C.I. Chuck Norton engine cranking thru a Lenco 3-Speed to a Mark Williams third member. Rad Rides by Troy is also responsible for the eye catching yet very tasteful designed Orange and Silver paint scheme. Based on a Jerry Bickle Racing Chassis, this car uses a complete Race Pack data logging system to insure maximum performance. This car is a custom 1 of 1 and has never seen the racetrack. Below is a list of the vehicle highlights. Click on Read more for LOTS of pictures!

Vehicle Highlights:

· over $600,000.00 invested in the initial custom build
· uilt by famed builder troy trepanier of “rad rides by troy”
· jerry bickle racing chassie (powder coated)
· chuck norton 5” bore space 710 c.i. Block (1,350 h.p.)
· complete race pack data logger system
· mark williams rear end
· duel air launched parachutes-pro stock style
· msd ignition
· carbon fiber drivers and passenger seats
· k&n air breather
· functional power head lamp doors
· sportsman carbon fiber wheel tubs
· williams performance products oil pan
· jesel lifters
· sonny bryant crank
· crank balanced by bryant racing &tfs performance
· lenco drive 3-speed transmission
· msd 3-speed shift kit
· je pistons buttons and rings
· r&r racing connecting rods
· r&r racing 5 stage oil pump
· hre racing sheet metal intake
· waterman #600 fuel pump
· csi heavyduty starter, water pump and 168” tooth flexplate
· neal chance aluminum converter
· msd #7505 coil and box
· msd #8977 programable retard box
· msd #8620 crank trigger kit
· clevite main and rod bearings
· aerospace components vaccuum pump
· jones oil vaccuum pump drive kit
· snap on tool box car “custom rides series” tool box car


The list above is just a small menu of items found on this spectacular 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. This “Rad Rides by Troy” custom built 1969 Camaro comes with all documentation including all invoices for both parts and labor from “Rad Rides by Troy” to prove the initial investment of over $600,000.00. Some of the coolest thing is that is comes with several DVD’s full of photos of the build in several different stages.

· over $600initial custom build
· uilt by famed builder troy trepanier of “rad rides by troy”
· jerry bickle racing chassie (powder coated)
· chuck norton 5” bore space 710 c.i. Block (1,350 h.p.)
· complete race pack data logger system
· mark williams rear end
· duel air launched parachutes-pro stock style
· msd ignition
· carbon fiber drivers and passenger seats
· k&n air breather
· functional power head lamp doors
· sportsman carbon fiber wheel tubs
· williams performance products oil pan
· jesel lifters
· sonny bryant crank
· crank balanced by bryant racing &tfs performance
· lenco drive 3-speed transmission
· msd 3-speed shift kit
· je pistons buttons and rings
· r&r racing connecting rods
· r&r racing 5 stage oil pump
· hre racing sheet metal intake
· waterman #600 fuel pump
· csi heavyduty starter, water pump and 168” tooth flexplate
· neal chance aluminum converter
· msd #7505 coil and box
· msd #8977 programable retard box
· msd #8620 crank trigger kit
· clevite main and rod bearings
· aerospace components vaccuum pump
· jones oil vaccuum pump drive kit
· snap on tool box car “custom rides series” tool box car


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