Wow! For sale in our Detroit Showroom is this menacing 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Pro Street Car. This 70s classic has been converted into a newly completed turnkey Pro Street car. This Camaro has everything that you would expect and so much more, and I know it's hard to believe but has only 1,000 miles since completion. The all steel body except for the fiberglass hood and bumpers is finished in a brilliant Viper Red PPG paint that has an incredible shine. This Camaro has been tubbed and has a full roll cage yet retains all of the necessary components to be fully street legal. The interior has a nice set of race seats with 5 point harnesses to keep you firmly in place while doing a sideways smoky burnout. When you look under the hood you will see that no expense was spared in the build of the monster 468 CID V8 running at 10 � to 1 compression. This beast has rectangular ported heads, a steel crankshaft, 632 lift cam, a Holley strip dominator intake and street dominator carb, and a 400 hp 2-stage nitrous kit. Behind this incredible motor is a rebuilt 400 turbo transmission built to handle the power with a 4000 stahl converter. Finishing out the drive train is a custom drive shaft leading to a 9" rear end with 4:10 gears and strange axles. There has been a ton of money invested in this turn- key pro street car which is no surprise considering the extensive list of parts installed. If you are looking to get into the world of drag racing, but don't have the time for an extensive build of your own then add this to your Christmas list and be ready for the street and strip in 2018. To view this stunning 1979 Camaro Pro-Street car in greater detail including over 100 HD photos and video, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff at 313-982-3100.
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