This 1969 Chevy Camaro, called Draco is the baby of the Fesler Built project. Regarding its looks, this beauty has caught the eye of several magazines and of course, has been part of the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Anyone who has ever restored or built a vehicle on his own, knows how hard and time-absorbing this task may be. The guys from Fesler Built are not the cheapest one to do such a work, but they surely know they job and thus they are worth every penny.
Once they complete their job, they offer the client a book of 100+ photos of the completely restored vehicle. This book provides an insight of the work they do and carry the client through the whole restoration journey, step by step.
There is a long list of what makes this Draco one of a kind vehicle. Namely, we shall give you some of its specifications: a 4L80E Transmission, 19 inch Fesler FS 901 3 piece black ceneter wheels, 6-piston Baer brakes, Sanderson headers, Gary Sharp paint work, Air Ride Rechnologies air system and suspension, Recaro leather seats, sub-frame connectors, Ron Francis wires, Currie 9″ rear and of course, a Gm Performance Parts Crate 572 engine.