This 1969 Chevy Camaro is called Draco, and it is the baby of the Fesler Built project. This beautiful car has caught the eye of some magazines and has been part of the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. If you have ever built or restored a vehicle on your won, you know how time-absorbing and how hard that may be. The folks from Fesler Built are not the cheapest one for doing a work like this, but they really know their job and they are worth every penny.
After they complete their job, they offer the customer a book of more than 100 photos of the restored vehicle. In the book there is an insight of the work they do, and they show the whole restoration, step by step.
This car has a 4L80E Transmission, 6 piston Baer brakes, 19 inches Fesler 901 3 piece black wheels, Sanderson headers, Air Ride Technologies air system and suspension, Gary Sharp paint work, sub-frame connectors, a GM Performance Parts Crate 572 engine, Recaro leather seats, Currie 9inch rear and Ron Francis wires. Enjoy the video!