The challenge of building a Pro Touring machine that not only looks good but performs well is one that many have undertaken, and one where more than a few have failed. Not so in the case of Casey Underdahl, who took this 1969 Camaro from a shell to the completed, beautiful example of style and performance seen here. Although the car started out as a complete body—advertised as ready for paint—once Casey and his father, Barry, dragged it from Georgia back to Barry’s garage in Minnesota, it was discovered that the previous owner had slathered its firewall, roof, stock foot boxes, and window channels with a mixture of body filler and seam sealer to hide the holes in the underlying steel structure.

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