Job Carbon Fiber Camaro: Mind-Blowing Paint Finale

Paint Job so Good it’ll Make Car Makers Blush

Last January, Speed Finale made waves around the globe with the unveiling of an exposed-weave carbon fiber Camaro; now, they have announced that they are closing out the year with another 1969 edition, whose body is covered entirely in a bold candy red carbon fiber.

The paint job on this automobile, that introduced itself at SEMA earlier in the year, is stunning. Finale Speed, who specializes in restomod, begins the process by abrading the carbon fiber panels until the surface is smooth. The peculiarly mixed candy red coating is then put into effect with utmost accuracy. This method produces carbon parts adorned with a dark red coloration but still retains a pronounced difference between the uncovered dusky grey areas. Visualizing it from each direction reveals an even deeper finish, and the lack of light only strengthens the impression.

In conclusion, Final Speed proves that it is highly regarded in the field of carbon fiber engineering, as even Dodge views them as a reliable supplier for their 1970 Dodge Charger model exteriors, which are available through their Direct Connection service.

“Finale Speed is renowned for its innovation, and we are pleased to offer our carbon-fiber vehicles in this stunning candy red paint finish,” remarked creative director Chris Jacobs. “It’s a labor-intensive process, but the result is worth it. When carbon fiber is usually painted, the weave can often be lost in direct sunlight. However, Finale Speed’s paint mixture and procedure ensures the weave is always visible.”

The crimson carbon fiber exterior of this car is awe-stricken, but what lies beneath the surface is just as remarkable. Grammarly checks out.

Beneath its bonnet, there’s an LT4 GM Performance crate engine; the same one used in the Cadillac Escalade-V and seventh-generation Chevrolet Corvette. It generates a whopping 650 horsepower and transmits that power to the rear wheels via a Tremec T-56 six-speed manual gearbox. This robust machine is able to be quite the monster on the road, so it comes with a 9-inch LSD-equipped axle outfitted with Dutchman axles. You are sure to hear it coming before you spot it, as it features stainless-steel long-tube headers along with a uniquely fabricated exhaust system equipped with MagnaFlow mufflers.

To secure the coupe, Toyo Proxes R888R tires have been fitted to the ’69 Camaro for maximum safety. In addition, Wilwood six-piston calipers at the front and four-piston calipers at the rear clamp onto 14-inch rotating discs, which are slotted, drilled, and vented.

On the inside, there rests all the typical restomod treats including premium leather, aluminum trimmings, Alcantara material, and a high-grade Alpine head unit with which to blast your favorite ’70s progressive rock hits over a superior audio system.

The last edition to the 1969 Camaro range can be bought as either a rolling chassis or a completed vehicle. Beginning at an overall estimated price of $349,000 this appealing motorcar does not include any extra features.

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