As we all know the better the car is when you start will save time and money in the end. CARS Inc. has all-new, complete bodies for 1955 and 1957 Chevy cars, already available, and the company has just added an all-new 1969 Camaro body to the line up.
This 1969 Camaro body is fully assembled in the U.S. from over 60 major components, all of which are brand new. These new F-Bodies are available as body skeletons or assembled from the firewall back. If you choose the assembled option, the doors and trunk lid will be fitted to the body with a fit and finish that meets or exceeds the original quality.
Each unit is assembled using factory-type, water-cooled spot welds with a jig and fixtures developed from un-restored vehicles. The body is complete with the doors installed and aligned properly and the dash is in place. As for details, the windshield and rear glass studs are welded in that secure the finish molding, as well as factory style drip rails. Even the headliner retaining wires and clips are supplied.
The new ’69 Camaro bodies are available from CARS Inc. in a couple options, based around the firewall and rear wheel wells. The Camaro bodies are available with a stock heater firewall, an air conditioning firewall or a heater delete option. You can also choose from stock rear wheel wells or plan ahead and order a body with mini tubs so your Camaro can accept a tire up to 13 inches wide.
The bare Camaro body shell starts at $7,500 while an assembled body costs $11,500, including the roof, drip rails, quarter panels, trunk lid and doors installed and aligned. Front fenders and the hood are available separately as well as interior, trim and just about any other components you’ll need to complete your all-new 1969 Camaro.