Three tuners teamed up some time back and built an astonishing 1969 Camaro. Nelson Racing Engines in collaboration with eGarage and Roadster Shop have joined forces for this custom, impressive 2,000HP Camaro. The heart of this monster is, of course, the motor. Under the hood lies a Chevy 572 big block crate motor, with a pair of NRE Billet Blackout Series turbochargers mounted to it. The car has dual fuel injectors per cylinder, incorporating “Octane on Demand” automatically injecting race gas in the secondary injector under boost only conditions while driving around on 91 octanes. Exiting all this power is a full 304 stainless NRE exhaust with x-pipe Cooling this monster is Custom aluminum dual row dual pass aluminum radiator with twin high output electric fans. Grabbing this power is a twin 10.5-inch dual disc clutch and modified viper 6-speed transmission, transferring that power to the ground is a Strange 9 inch rear with nodular case and 35 spline axles. Calvert split mono leafs and calvert j traction system connects to the front solid bushed spring eye. The front suspension consists of detriot speed upper and lowera arms along with adjustable coil over shocks. Adjustable konis at all four corners. Bringing this beast to stop is a electrically assisted 4wheel bear disc brakes set up. HRE custom rims along with 345/35/18 drag radials out back the outside is a beautiful midnight black paint job. And to handle things on the interior are custom low back seats wrapped in leather. A NRE instrumented dash a full 1000-watt sound system and a vintage air climate control system. This car is truly makes a old hot rod into a supercar killer. It is a stunning example of a ‘69 Camaro. You can check a video below of the 2,000hp Twin Turbo 1969 Camaro by Nelson Racing Engines.