Stock # EV563
Mileage: 5,500
Manual 4-Speed
Millennium Yellow
Gray Black Leatherette

1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS
Beautifully-Executed Restomod
Build Sheet, Receipts, Parts List
Custom Modernized Interior
Factory X11 SS350
Vintage Air
VIN: 124379N579507
Original Color: Burnished Brown (61
Current Color: Millennium Yellow
Original Interior: Standard Black (711
Current Interior: Custom Grey/Black
- Remanufactured 350cid small block V8 (1999
- Muncie close-ratio 4-speed, Hurst shifter
- Medium riser high polished intake
- Ceramic coated high-performance headers with crossover pipe
- Mild cam
- MSD ignition & Taylor wires
- Billet hinges, latches, valve covers, battery cover, ribbed hoses, pulleys
- Aluminum radiator
- 12 Bolt heavy duty rear end
- Multi-leaf rear springs, front sway bar
- 17” polished Billet Specialties GTX wheels
- 245 40 17 front tires, 275 40 17 rear tires
- Power four-wheel disc brakes
Evolve Motors and Chicago Car Club are pleased to present this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro 350 SS
This '69 SS, “resto-modded” throughout the mid to late 2000s, is a phenomenally well-presented example of a tasteful restomod. While far from original, the whole package looks just right; we love the Millennium Yellow with black accents, and the custom interior is very well done. While the build was done just shy of ten years ago, the car shows as if it were completed yesterday. The car has covered 5500 miles since the restoration; it's now just barely broken in and is ready to be enjoyed by its next owner
Millennium Yellow paint is truly excellent. The finish is show-quality, and there are absolutely no chips, dings, light scratches, nothing. Black striping is without fault, all glass and tint is clear and chip/scratch free, chrome bumpers and trim pieces are perfect throughout, and the black grille contrasts very well with the overall scheme. Billet Specialties 17” GTX (17x8, 17x9.5) polished wheels look great and are in as-new condition, and are fitted with new Kumho Ecsta PS31 tires (245 F, 275 R). Panel fitment is dead-on throughout, and all doors/lids open and close without any fuss
Custom grey/black interior looks and feels great. The gauge cluster is done in carbon fiber, which contrasts very well with the grey leather-wrapped dash and black accents. Seats are a more modern sport seat, which are very comfortable and supportive. There are no stains or tears anywhere on the seats or carpet; there is virtually no wear inside the cabin. The car is fitted with Vintage Air, which blows cold, in addition to a serious sound system – an Alpine e12 subwoofer with two Rockford Fosgate Punch amps and an Alpine CDA 9825 head unit. All gauges, lights, and powered systems work as they should. The interior, while somewhat modernized, has a retro styling to it and doesn't look out of place, which we really like
Underbody / Under the Hood
Underneath, the car looks absolutely phenomenal. Having seen little road use since being restored, the car presents largely as-new. There is absolutely no rust, evidence of shoddy repairs, or anything of the sort. On the road, the car feels great. It starts right up every time, pulls hard, stops extremely well, and shifts very smoothly. There are no concerning noises or tendencies whatsoever. This is a car that you can reliably drive out to a show and enjoy. The under-hood presentation is fantastic. Everything is polished, and really pops against the yellow engine bay. The “Heartbeat of America” valve covers are a nice touch too
This is a super-clean, tasteful, and well-done restomod that is sure to make the next owner very, very happy. If you're in the market for a '69 Camaro and don't mind a flashy color, look no further. With any questions, photo requests, or to discuss purchasing, please reach out to Jake at 773-267-2684