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Camaro “Iron Man” Is a Custom Build Whose Armor Is a Lexus Tri-Coat Paint

Custom Camaros have become more or less common these days, but a true one-of-a-kind build that can blow away the audience of a show like SEMA isn’t really easy to find.
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And yet, someone on eBay says they have it, as this custom 1969 Camaro first made its public debut at the 2018 SEMA only to continue taking fans by surprise at a series of other car shows across the States.

The Camaro was built by JD Lusardi of Street Rod Factory and includes unique touches pretty much everywhere you look.

The paint job, which the owner claims it reminds of Iron Man, is none other than the already-famous Lexus Eminent Pearl Tri-Coat finish, all mixed with satin red stripes for the super-hero look. The best term that describes the interior is “luxurious,” the owner promises, as the Camaro now features grain leather from one end to the other. There’s soundproofing material everywhere too, and the custom center console uses “buttons to control just about everything.”

So you’re getting tons of stuff when jumping behind the wheel, including not only controls for windows and lights but also multimedia features thanks to a new Pioneer head unit with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support.

Under the hood, an LS3 Chevrolet engine is responsible for putting the car in motion, and it is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission, But of course, it comes alongside a series of other mechanical upgrades, including a custom finished engine bay, a Detroit Speed suspension, Wilwood brakes with custom painted calipers, tucked bumpers, custom headlights with bezel rings, and carbon fiber front and rear spoilers.

The car is almost brand-new, as the odometer indicates just 100 miles (160 km). The bad news for those who find this Camaro so yummy is that it doesn’t come with a price that everyone can afford paying. The Iron Man can be yours for $125,000.

Editor's note: This article was not sponsored or supported by a third-party.

 
 
 
 
 

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