Finale Velocity reveals 1969 Camaro with carbon physique, LT4 V-8

A lot of corporations have sprung up not too long ago providing carbon-fiber our bodies for traditional muscle vehicles, however just a few are able to delivering match and end like this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro constructed by Finale Velocity.

The Yukon, Oklahoma-based firm has our bodies for each the ’69 Camaro and the Dodge Charger from the identical classic, they usually’re offered as both a rolling shell or as a turnkey automotive.

The Camaro proven right here, generally known as Viral, is an instance of the turnkey vehicles Finale Velocity can construct. For this explicit construct, which took an estimated 3,000 hours, the corporate went with a contemporary LT4 supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 crate engine sourced from Common Motors. The engine is paired with a Wegner pulley system and delivers a peak 650 hp. It additionally options headers from Final Headers and extra exhaust elements from MagnaFlow.

The engine sends its energy by a Tremec T-56 6-speed guide, in addition to a 9-inch rear with Positraction LSD and 31-spline Dutchman axles. Different elements embrace entrance and rear sub-frames from Speedtech, coil-over suspension from JRi, and Wilwood brakes. The wheels are a three-piece design from Forgeline, they usually measure 18×10.5 inches up entrance and 18×12 inches on the rear.

Finale Speed Viral 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Finale Velocity Viral 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

The physique is the actual star of the present. It options an uncovered weave, all protected by a clearcoat of BASF’s Glasurit Clear. Every panel is made utilizing prepreg autoclave-cured carbon fiber, and is claimed to satisfy OEM high quality requirements. Naturally, the weave is aligned throughout the physique to attain a refined look.

This construct is not a one-off. These can get their very own for an “funding” beginning at $429,000.

Finale Velocity introduced the Viral Camaro throughout Barrett-Jackson’s public sale in Scottsdale, Arizona, which kicked off on Jan. 21 and runs till Jan. 29.