On the outside, this Camaro has received a few changes, like a cowl hood, American Racing wheels and a more aggressive stance to give it a meaner look. On the inside, subtle changes were made for comfort, including an Ididit tilt steering column, digital gauges, air conditioning and a modern stereo. Under the hood sits a 496ci big-block V8 putting out loads of horsepower and torque. The engine is backed by a 6-speed Tremec manual transmission, which puts the power down to a Ford 9" rear with 4.11 gears. The rear wheel wells have been mini-tubbed to fit the wider rear tires, and there is upgraded suspension throughout. The full set of Wilwood disc brakes feature 12" 4-piston calipers in the rear and 14" 6-piston calipers up front. With the right mix of style and performance, this Camaro takes the meaning of a muscle car to the next level.
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