No expense was spared in this rotisserie restoration. This custom
Camaro has only test miles on it since the restoration and has been
in only one World of Wheels show. It's powered by a 7.0-liter GM
LS7 V8 engine topped with a Magna supercharger sending power
through a TREMEC 5-speed manual transmission onto a 3.73 Moser
custom 12-bolt rear end. It's equipped with a dry oil sump with
9-quart oil tank, Kooks headers, 3-inch exhaust with electric
cutout, and a Rad 4-core aluminum radiator with aluminum core
support aluminum and two 12-inch electric fans. The front end
features a Chassisworks subframe and frame connectors with coilover
shocks, while the rear features a Detroit Speed Engineering setup
with 4-link and coilover shocks. This Camaro is additionally
equipped with a stainless-steel 16-gallon gas tank, and front and
rear 13-inch Wilwood power disc brakes with a Hydratech braking
system. Finished in a specially mixed House of Kolor Orange and LT
Autumnwood, the exterior features custom front and rear spoilers,
cowl-induction hood, custom aluminum Carriage Works grille, all-new
glass and trim, and Billet Specialties wheels wearing Nitto tires.
The custom interior was professionally done, including the door
panels, dash, rear deck, console and custom handmade seats done in
an Ultraleather Pine Cone color. It features a steel dash with
AutoMeter gauges, front and rear power windows, 6-speed wipers,
Billet Specialties steering wheel to match the wheels, Painless
wiring, and a Custom AutoSound stereo with 2SST amplifier, six Treo
Engineering speakers and subwoofer. A select offering from a
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