Frame Off Built Camaro Pro Touring EFI 6.2L LS3 480 HP 6 Speed A/C Ride Tech
- GM Performance Parts LS376 crate engine / 480 horsepower
- Tremec 6-speed manual transmission
- Moser 12-bolt rear axle / 3.55 gears
- RideTech Level II suspension
- Power steering
- Wilwood power disc brakes
- 18-inch Boze Lateral G wheels
- Modified body
- Custom interior / Modern audio system
- Vintage Air conditioning
* Restoration completed in 2014
* GM Performance Parts LS376 crate engine / 480 horsepower
* Tremec 6-speed manual transmission
* Modified body
* Vintage Air conditioning
* Power steering / Wilwood power disc brakes
* This Camaro is not a numbers-matching car
* Custom interior / Modern audio system
* 18-inch Boze Lateral G wheels
* RideTech Level II suspension components
If you want to create a crowd-pleasing custom, there are a few simple rules to follow. For starters, base your build around a popular model. Keep the paint scheme simple, the wheels tasteful and make sure to dial in the stance. And, for best results, throw in plenty of power, a capable chassis and a sleek custom interior that's wrapped in carefully chosen materials. It's much more difficult than it sounds, but this sinister Camaro adheres to that formula for a result that's nothing short of spectacular. Featuring modern GM power, a Tremec 6-speed transmission, a modernized body and suspension, and taught upholstery, no piece of this stunning F-Body was left unimproved. If you're ready to rule the show field and stop traffic on the strip, grab this killer Camaro and do it all at once!
Restored by All Speed Customs in Muskegon Heights, Michigan, this sweet F1 is a solid, well-preserved bowtie that sports many attractive modifications. When the car was still in bare metal, functional ducting was integrated in to it ZL-2-style hood and factory quarter gills. Behind those gills, Detroit Speed mini tubs perfectly complemented a custom rear valance. A hidden wiper system was installed behind a smoothed firewall. And, after everything was test fitted, bright red base was sealed in glossy clear and buffed to a glare-inducing shine.
When it comes to muscle cars and body modifications, it's best to de-emphasize ornamentation. Too much era-correct bits will make the build look disjointed, and too much chrome just makes everything look tacky. Thankfully, this Chevy's builder did a great job of placing form over function and keeping add-ons to a minimum. At the front of the car, Fesler headlights center a shaved grille above a painted Marquez bumper, multi-function Marquez parking lamps and a custom metal chin spoiler. Above that grille, the aforementioned hood draws the eye to a custom cowl panel and fresh glass that's framed in satin wipers, satin-finished trim and shaved drip rails. At the sides of that hood, shaved fenders flow into factory doors that are dressed in Ringbrothers handles and aftermarket mirrors. And at the back of the car, a shaved valance hangs a satin-finished trunk lock and Marquez tails between a custom metal spoiler, a tucked bumper and custom Lexus exhaust outlets.
Peer in to the car's body-matched engine bay and you'll find a 6.2 liter GM Performance Parts LS376 crate motor that twists stout 10.7 to 1 compression into 480 horsepower and 475 lb./ft. of pavement-busting torque. Straight from the factory, this impressive mill features an LS Hot Cam, rectangular-port L92-style heads, a nodular crank, powdered connecting rods and hypereutectic pistons. For good measure, the builders added coated Dynatech headers, a custom air tube, KWiK Performance brackets and a beefy aluminum radiator that's backed by a big electric puller fan. And items like a Hydratech brake booster, a CPP master cylinder and Fesler hood hinges add a little form to a lot of function.
Park this Camaro on a lift and you'll find solid floorpans that frame modern aftermarket components in a subdued coat of Satin Black skin. Behind the smooth-revving small block, a tough Tremec 6-speed twists power to a 12-bolt Moser axle and friendly 3.55 gears. Beneath that drivetrain, a completely rebuilt suspension employs Detroit Speed subframe connectors and a RideTech Level II 4-link behind RideTech Level II coil-overs, modern power steering and RideTech Level II control arms. At the corners of that suspension, 4 and 6-piston Wilwood calipers squeeze four drilled and slotted rotors. Charred dinosaurs float from the aforementioned headers in to a 3-inch, Mandrel-bent exhaust system, which positions mean Magnaflow mufflers behind an X-shaped crossover. Torque transitions to pavement through polished Boze Lateral Gs, which spin 275/35ZR18 BF Goodrich g-Force T/As in front of 335/30ZR18 BF Goodrich g-Force T/As. And everything, from the car's Holley oil pan to its Rick's Stainless fuel tank, is clean, lucid and ready to roll.
Behind the solid-closing doors you'll find a leather and suede interior that wraps comfortable Corbeau seats in a nice blend of classic flash and modern flair. In front of those seats, a red-stitched Detroit Speed dash hangs Stewart Warner Maximum Performance gauges beside knobs for Vintage Air climate control. Below that dash, premium carpet balances color-keyed mats between a Ringbrothers shifter, a Bowler shift knob and aftermarket foot pedals. On top of that carpet, a custom console anchors a colorful Pioneer head unit and small power window switches in front of four cup holders. Opposite that console, Fesler side panels found billet door handles between JL Audio speakers and Fesler jamb vents. In front of the driver, a MOMO Tuner steering wheel spins around a tilting column. And behind the passengers, a Marquez package tray trims a carpeted trunk that's complete with an Optima gel cell battery.
Well-built, fully detailed and attention grabbing in every way, this Camaro finds the perfect midpoint between show and go. And, created in adherence to the basic tenants of custom-car building, you can rest assured that its appeal won't fade with time. If you're ready to bring home one of the coolest Chevys we've seen, free up some garage space and give us a call!
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