A brand new Chevy Camaro gived us goosebumps today, reworked by Lingenfelter Performance to resemble the car’s initial look, dating back to the year 1969. The guys behind Lingenfelter Performance have really managed to bring back memories from the times when muscle cars used to roam the States through their Retrokits tuning packages. They specifically provide two easily distinguishable appearances – a 1969 style non-RS system front fascia, or an RS system front fascia with the mysterious, hideaway headlights.
The non-RS package comes with a lower spoiler, standard chrome bumper trim, grille assembly with the SS badge, two headlight assemblies, two lower running light assemblies, a plethora of mounting brackets and wiring harness assembly, as well as a brand new front fascia.
The RS system features the same standard chrome bumper trim, grille assembly with SS badge, brand new front fascia, lower spoiler, wiring harness assembly, mounting brackets, two lower running light assemblies plus two headlight assemblies with doors and motors.
The staggering Retrokits by Lingenfelter can be simply ordered separately for installation by your local body shop, or, enthusiasts can opt to be aided by experts from the tuning brand. They can also provide you with a high performance kit, to allow you to squeeze all the horsepowers possible from your Camaro’s engine.
In terms of pricing, the non-RS system would set you back $6,850 in case you want to install it by yourself, or $8,500 in case you want the Lingenfelter specialists to come by, while the RS system costs $8,150 or respectively $9,750.