With a Z06 engine!
This incredible custom 1969 Camaro, dubbed “Bad Company”, was built meticulously by Utah-based auto customizer Weaver Customs. The team at Weaver applied some impressive body work and aftermarket engineering that revived this beautiful classic American muscle car with a new more aggressive look and improved performance capabilities. Bad Company applied the body of a 1969 Chevy Camaro to the foundation of a Corvette C5 Z06 using a Z06 suspension and a C5 interior.
The Camaro body was drastically widened by a full 12 inches in the rear and 8 inches in the front, but was actually shortened by 3.5 inches overall. Additional body work includes an integrated front mounted splitter, double deck lid in the rear, shaved door handles and a windshield with an angle so sharp that it looks like it’s being blown off by hurricane force winds. Bad Company is powered by the same LS6 V8 that powers the Corvette C5 Z06. However, the engine was given a major boost in power when Weaver attached a Magnuson supercharger to crank out a punishing 650 hp when mated with a T56 six-speed manual. Needless to say, we could do with some Bad Company.