This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Is a Stealthy 750-Horsepower Beast

Back in 2013, Timeless Kustoms completed this stealthy Chevrolet Camaro for now former Major League Baseball pitcher Brad Penny.

In order to improve the overall aesthetic of the vehicle, as well as aerodynamics, Timeless shaved off the drip rails and tucked the bumper tight to the body. The bespoke rear wing and undercar diffuser then help keep the car firmly planted on the ground, while the set of extractors integrated to the hood aid in pulling heat through the intercoolers. Lastly for the eye-catching exterior, the shop went with an aggressive black finish based on BMW’s “sparkling graphite.”

The interior, on the other hand, boasts a Marquez Design dash, fitted with analog auto meter gauges to track virtually every function of the ride. A Sparco steering wheel has also been added, while the upholstery has been done from a single piece suede headliner, with accu-mat sound deadening.

Under the hood you will then find a customized twin-turbo 380 Chevrolet “LSX” engine, cranking out 750 horsepower.