LAS VEGAS, NV — Cam Miller of HS Customs in Logan, UT took home the SEMA Battle of the Builders award at the 50th SEMA Show in Las Vegas, NV. Miller’s radical 1969 Camaro, nicknamed “Under Pressure,” puts a whole different spin on the oft-modded first-generation GM F-body.

Owned by Alex Short, the ’69 Camaro features a twin-turbo, 427-cubic-inch LSX engine mated to a Hughes 4L80E transmission. Countless hours of custom bodywork, PPG Gold, Grey, and White paint, and one-off wheels helped make “Under Pressure” the mother of all showstoppers at the SEMA Show.

Watch the video below for a closer look at the Camaro and hear what Miller has to say about winning the prestigious award. Then, check out the 1958 Thunderbird built by Miller that was featured in our Hot August Nights coverage.

More than 250 vehicles were submitted for the contest. The list of finalists was narrowed to 10 at the SEMA Show. Miller’s Camaro was named the winner at the SEMA Ignited event last Friday.