Practically every man wants a man cave and for most car enthusiasts it’s the garage. But if you’re the type of guy (or gal) that likes to display your automotive passion outside of the garage, we recently came across what could be the most perfect way to do so aside from parking all your toys on the lawn. This is a Camaro home theater system designed by TVLiftCabinet.com that features a 1969 Camaro RS/SS front end. While this system didn’t get the best review from Gizmodo recently, the unique TV stand and cabinet exudes a pure automotive essence that is just beyond cool.
You’ve probably seen book shelves, couches and even wall hangings using pieces of old cars, or at least replicas of them, but this home theater is the first of its kind that we’ve seen. Formed out of what the TVLiftCabinets.com website states is “a 1969 Camaro RS/SS car front,” the home theater features the company’s Uplift 3700 commercial grade lift that will lift and lower up to a 55-inch, 130-pound TV from the engine compartment at the push of a button. The Camaro system also features a front grill that opens up as a drawer for electronics and sound bar storage.
This home theater system is completely unique and the only one being made, according to the website, so one lucky enthusiast will have the perfect addition to their home. The only question we have is why, if this is truly the front end of a ’69 RS/SS, is it being cut up for a living room accessory? But with a $9,999 price tag attached to it, the likelihood that it’s real is looking better and better.
Would you put this Camaro home theater system in your house, or is it too over the top even for a diehard Chevy fan?