New COPO Camaro's are factory drag cars for the strip only, not this one! This nicely optioned car started its career as your everyday Camaro, that is until it went in for some improvements. What came out is nothing short of awesome! This Camaro now has a 720hp Edelbrock 416ci supercharged LS-3 with 9.5:1 compression that runs all day on pump gas. Handling the 695 foot pounds of torque is a Coan Racing TH400 transmission (with 3,200 stall andTrans brake) that is attached to a heavy duty Strange 9" with 4.11 gears and a four link rear suspension. It has an NHRA certified cage with swing-away door bars (for easy entry). Once inside, you'll notice the air conditioning controls, power windows, and a nice little button to open the headers. Stopping this bad ass Camaro are Strange manual disc brakes and calipers at all four corners. If you decide to take it to the track, there is a parachute mount and wheelie bars. Please note; While this car IS street legal, it is not recommended for street use or the novice driver....
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