Mile deep paint, endless chrome and rich leather are nice, but they can be over rated. Seeing a car halfway through a restoration is a treat, like watching a blacksmith forge a red-hot piece of metal into a beautiful piece of art. When the metal is still in it’s raw, unrefined state it’s a true piece of beauty.
The same applies when building a car – all the metal work is done, parts are installed, but the paint and leather aren’t there. This is the first glimpse where you can the end result and be able to see all the work before it’s hidden. Take a glimpse at the Ironworks Speed and Kustoms latest build, the Fairway 1967 Camaro. “We plan to paint the car white, with black accents like a new modern performance car and a few other slick details to set it off and make it stand out,” Roger told us. But for now, we will continue to drool over this bare metal beauty. This should be the first LT4 engine into a first generation Camaro as well.
Some of the other details include: SpeedTech Suspension, RideTech coilovers, Wilwood disc brakes with a custom color, Forgeline 19×11″ and 19×12.5″ wheels, custom billet spoiler and gauge cluster, custom front valance and front spoiler, rear quarter exit exhaust, GM Performance LT4 crate engine, T56 Magnum Trans, Autorad core support, K&N Air Filter, custom four-point cage, along with custom built headers and Magnaflow exhaust.