TVLiftCabinet Turns Camaro into Home Theater Display
The custom lift made from an old 1969 Camaro will be available for purchase this May.
September 19, 2012 by Rachel Cericola

Back in my youth, kids seemed crazy for Camaros—and not just the ones that were Dead Milkmen fans. (Anyone?) Well, one company wants to revive the craze, but I can’t imagine that this thing would be street legal.

A company named TVLiftCabinet has transformed what was probably a bitchin’ Camaro at one point into a little something for someone’s home theater. Who would buy such a thing? Well, someone who doesn’t mind his or her living room looking like a crime scene. Or maybe even a Vin Diesel movie.

The company pimped the 1969 Camaro RS/SS to include the Uplift 3700 Commercial Grade TV lift mechanism in the hood. That device can house a 55-inch TV up to 130 pounds. The car’s grille can also conceal electronic goodies or even a soundbar—because, you know… you wouldn’t want to junk up your living room or anything.

TVLiftCabinet says that the 1969 Camaro RS/SS TV lift console will be available in May, but it won’t be mass-produced or anything. If you want to be the sole owner, expect to pay $9,999.  [via Gizmodo]

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