1969 Camaro Detroit Speed "Tux" 2018 Great Eight Winner 2018 Goodguy's Street Machine Of The Year


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Published: 8 months ago
The 1969 Chevrolet Camaro built by Detroit Speed and debuted at the 2018 Detroit Autorama where it was chosen as one of the 2018 Great Eight finalist...The next big show it showed up to was the 2018 GoodGuy's PPG Nationals were it took home 2018 Street Machine of the year...That's where I caught up with this one of a kind 1969 Chevrolet Camaro built by Detroit Speed...In this video I talk with Chris from Detroit Speed on what makes this 1969 Camaro different from the rest that have been done over the years..
What He tells Me will blow your mind...For a car that still looks like what it did the day it was built...The subtle changes are to long to list in this description...As it was told to me...There is not one panel...Not one part on this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro that has not been modified...There are over 18,000 hours of work setting here....You do the math and at even the lowest of shop rates that still puts this car at over 1 million dollars...And of course since it is a Detroit Speed build.. it will not be a trailer queen...It's going to get used...I have some footage of it making it's laps for the 2018 GoodGuy's Street Machine of the year competition.. ..Let's just say....They weren't easy on it in anyway..Very cool build for sure...Make sure you check out this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro built by Detroit Speed...2018 Great eight winner and 2018 GoodGuy's Street Machine of the year...How cool is that!?!?!...
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Such a lovely car, but interior dosent do it justice really

4 weeks ago

Works for me....

4 weeks ago

Daaaaaayum beautiful Beast!!!! But who are 8 idiots that hit thumbs down?? 😂 😂 😂

1 month ago

lol..Glad you liked it!

1 month ago

Hi Scottie,
How you're doing? Beautiful 69 Camaro. Remind me of Steve Alloway's style of custom motors.
Love your shows bro. Thanks for showing them.

1 month ago

Doing good Brother...Thank you Brother glad you enjoy it!

1 month ago

Awesome!!!

1 month ago

For sure!

1 month ago

Nice ride

2 months ago

For sure!!

2 months ago

💪😍 Beautiful and strong machine! Congrats Scottie your channel is awesome always presentating espetacular cars.

2 months ago

Peace!

2 months ago

+ScottieDTV You're welcome! ✌🙂 Peace!

2 months ago

Thank you...Glad your enjoying it!!

2 months ago

This is one of if not the best 1969 Camaro I have ever seen.

3 months ago

Mine is beter as its original with carby engine 😂

2 months ago

I wouldn't argue that....But they can only be done so nice....only so much that can be done...so I still would not want to have to pick..

3 months ago

What black is that? High gloss and smooth

6 months ago

All I know is in the video...

6 months ago

BA 69 Camaro!! I saw it at the Detroit Autorama. Took a bunch of pics of it. Gawked at it for a while. BEAUTIFUL!! 😜

6 months ago

Always Scottie!🤘

1 month ago

Thanks for checking it out here!

6 months ago

In the grand scheme of things, the owner...Stuart said this was a 13 year build. With that being said at 18,000 hours x an assumed $100/hr is $1.8 million. By the time you divide that by 13 years...it only comes to an average of $150k per year. That can easily be understandable when building a car. I don't have that kind of money, but I've sank $25k into a car in a year and it wasn't DSE quality or a big time shop. So, at $150k per year with custom parts, etc...$1.8 million doesn't seem so farfetched.

6 months ago

I cool with it!

6 months ago

With a 69 camaro would I be bow to switch to automatic transmission instead of having manual how would I go about doing that

7 months ago

It's possible....

7 months ago

these cars cost almost a million to build.Then 10 years later they sell for 50k.lol

8 months ago

Nothing Against you Scottie enjoy your show not trying to trash talk your site Keep on keeping on bro

8 months ago

Brother...Your welcome to your opinion but I have never heard a DSE custom that complained of the cost...It may not be for you...It's out of my price range for sure..But there are no suckers here...And DSE is a well respected company...Just enjoy the work...or don't,,,But don't come on here and start running your mouth

8 months ago

No Kidding There is a sucker born every day, this what my dad usesed to say Hmm ?

8 months ago

They are not investments....They are Hot Rods...lol

8 months ago

Scottie awesome for featuring this build im gonna share with my fans

8 months ago

Great...thank you!

8 months ago

Bad A**

8 months ago

For sure!

8 months ago

This is a sweet one.

8 months ago

Very cool for sure!

8 months ago

as a Ford fanatic , I  must take my hat off to this beast ..in my driveway lol

8 months ago

lol...Cool is cool...

8 months ago

Nice ride , but for that money you could fill 2 garages. Love ya scotty 👍

8 months ago

Glad you liked it...

8 months ago

Never ever get tired of looking at a slick Camaro, , you always present them awesomely Scottie ... Another Gem ...

8 months ago

Thank you....Glad you enjoyed it!!

8 months ago

The stance is perfect! I love the flush mount windows with the oversized trim. Nice touch!

8 months ago

For sure!!

8 months ago

There was a 68 Vette getting fitted up with a big block badass chevrolet engine at NRE last time I was there (last year) that I expected to see pictures of on the web (and your channel); but I haven't seen it on the show car circuit yet.

Awesome custom job, grey paint, tubbed, nice blend of custom/period correct interior + 1800 horse.

Fuel economy would not have been too flash, but accelration may have compensated for it.

8 months ago

Yes I know you will; that's why I mentioned it here.

This thing was the ultimate custom/restored Vette;.

No one was pulling away from you at the lights faster, unless you permitted it.

It had a dual fuel system just so you can access that extra 300HP over the standard fuel's capacity of 1500HP.

Engine, gearbox, and entire powertrain were immaculate with all the right names/brands; 10/10.

I don't know if I can find a photo of it, but if I can I will send it to you so you know what to look for.

8 months ago

If it's cool...I will find it...lol

8 months ago