The 1969 Camaro is a classic muscle car. Boisterous, gorgeous and dripping of American steel. It’s no wonder that the classic Chevy is one of the most sought-after classic muscle cars to date. But while there are certainly plenty of unique first-gen’s to look at during car shows and cruises, hardly anyone goes above and beyond to make their ‘69 Camaro truly one of a kind. Fortunately, Fast on Wheels isn’t of that same mindset. Check out what it’s cooked up for the ‘69 Camaro project in the video above.
The concept for the Camaro Wagon came about back in 2009 when car designer Keith Kaucher of Kaucher Kustoms came up with an idea to create a wagon version of the iconic ‘69 muscle car that looked as if it drove off the assembly line in such condition.
Upon returning from the Grand National Roadster Show, Fast on Wheels Founder and Lead Fabricator Jared Basso asked Kaucher what car would be the one to build that would really draw attention. Kaucher of course replied, “Well, that wagon.”
Two months later, the Camaro Wagon is well underway. The body has a few modifications, which Basso thought GM may have put on the car if they had actually produced it, while the interior is set to be true to factory with a few design mod’s from Kaucher.
Aside from the modified body, the Camaro Wagon will be a true race car, complete with a hidden roll cage, race suspension and brakes, a racing fuel cell, performance engine and tranny, and much more.
A rolling chassis now, there’s still a lot of work to be done on the Camaro Wagon, but those at Fast on Wheels are up for the challenge. The car will make its industry debut at the 2013 SEMA Show in Las Vegas and you can follow updates on the project on Fast on Wheel’s website.