Here is an AWESOME 1969 Camaro SS ready to race with a tuned up 427 big block with 700hp that is supposed to push this car to a quarter mile in 10 seconds!!! Not only does it run and drive awesome but it also looks fantastic. Here is a list of some, not all, of the modifactions to make this car run: Balanced and blue printed, 4 bolt main block, steel crank, forged pistons, Merlin cast iron heads, Merling Aluminum valve covers, Dart Aluminum intake, 780 Holley double pump, Holley volumax electric fuel pump, MSD distributor, Taylor Pro race wires, High Amp Alternator. The transmission is a TH400 with Hughes 3000 stall Converter and Flex Plate, Remote Oil Cooler, BandM Shifter all mated to 9in Ford differential. Also including Power Steering, 4 wheel disc brakes with drilled rotors, American Racing Torque Thrust Wheels 17in front and 20in rear with BFG Comp TA and G force tires, full roll cage, 3in RJS 5pt Harnesses, Auto meter gauages with monster tach and shift light, and a pretty nice stereo and amp if you don't want to hear the engine.
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Pick of the Day is a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro modified for racing by Dick Guldstrand and later restored to racing spec by Guldstrand’s mechanic.