’68 Chevy Camaro So Heavily Modified It Features No Panel Untouched

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Here’s a custom build that ended up cool and beautiful even after receiving ...

Here’s a custom build that ended up cool and beautiful even after receiving modifications that left no panel in it untouched. It’s a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro and it features a different look and style of the classic first generation Camaros.

This Camaro wears a color scheme that will remind you of Bumblebee from the Transformers. It’s a pro street type of build and you’ll surely love the badass effect the stacks coming out through the cowl give. Camaros are great cars from the factory and chopping them would sure be a gamble. This build took that gamble and fortunately, everything turned out all good and proportionate. The top was chopped by 4 inches while length has been shortened by 7 inches. A few other items in the long list of modifications are a custom one-off grill, custom-made offset grip equipped grudge wheels and modded rear tail pan. The big hood and cowl is custom too and it rises all the way up to the window.

The interior of this Chevy is as customized as its exterior. It has a nice center console, the steering wheel that’s a match to the wheels and a simple dashboard with some striking gauges.

Check everything out too through the video below.

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