Additional pictures are posted on I-95 Muscle's direct website.
Up for grabs is a pretty sinister looking 1980 Camaro. This isn't
your grandpa's 80 Camaro. No, it's much more. This bad boy is
rocking a 5.3L LM7 LS engine backed by a 4L60. Making this thing
look so sinister on the outside though is 2" drop spindles, 1"
lowering springs, and a satin like black paint job that just makes
the whole look and stance that much better. A full Dakota Digital
gauge kit sits in the instrument cluster lighting up the same shade
of blue across all gauges making this more of a complete build and
not something someone just pieced together. Speed engineering
headers and Pypes exhaust with X-Pipe gives the LS a sound that is
sure to grab attention anywhere you give more than 10% throttle
without being excessively loud. BRP Hotrods motor mounts and
transmission crossmember was used in the swap along with a Tanks
inc. fuel tank with a walbro 255 fuel pump, a PSI wiring harness
and tuned ECM, B&M F-body ratchet shifter, and flex-a-lite
fans. Custom aluminum door panels and racing seats leaves that old
stock interior feel nowhere to be found. This Camaro also has power
windows that work great! That's incredible just by itself, ask
anybody. As always, financing is available and trades are welcome
so swing by today before this beast is gone!
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