Those of you with SCCA autocross experience will appreciate the
fact that this remarkable Camaro was born to compete in C-Prepared,
one of the most ruthless and technically aggressive classes in Solo
II competition. This turn-key 1994 Camaro is a textbook lesson on
building a competitive car, yet one that's also ready to prowl the
streets looking for victims.
You can check the SCCA's rule book on the modifications that are permitted for C-Prepared competition, and they're quite extensive. What that means is that this car is pretty far removed from being stock, but it also means that it's still production-based, so with the included stock parts, you can take this one back to factory original with little more than a set of wrenches. But, of course, why would you want to? Those custom flared rear fenders look incredibly butch, but were so carefully done that you probably didn't notice until I mentioned it. That rear wing isn't just some fan boy's dream of what a wing should look like, but a functional piece of aero that helps the car stick to the ground. And while it was built for combat, that doesn't mean it can't also be pretty, with a sinister black paint job that will make you think twice before trying to delay your braking for the next corner. Oh, and a carbon-fiber hood that not only looks great, but extracts underhood heat and contributes to this F-body's remarkable 60/40 weight distribution.
C-Prepared also allows some pretty substantial modifications inside. While the Stock and Street Prepared classes insist on carpets and back seats, this one is more race car than street car with raw steel floors (rust-free, of course), a full cage, and flashy red and black racing buckets. 5-point harnesses are as much for precision as for safety, as you can't drive well when you're using the steering wheel to keep yourself behind the wheel in a corner. But it's not merely gutted, it's nicely finished with custom carbon-fiber inner door panels, a stock steering wheel, and all the original gauges, plus an Auto Meter Monster tach and shift light. Forget A/C and a radio, they just add weight, and I don't think you'll miss them once you key this beast up.
When you do turn the key, 383 inches of small block Chevy spring to life, and it has been set on kill. Scat crank and rods ensure a bulletproof bottom end, while Trick Flow aluminum heads give the LT1 the ability to breathe deeply using the Comp Cams roller valvetrain. And before you wrinkle your nose at an automatic in a competition car, remember that consistency wins races and nothing has faster reflexes than this machine. With a 2700 RPM stall torque converter, it leaps out of corners without over-powering the tires, which is the essence of autocrossing finesse. Hotchkiss sway bars, Koni yellows, and upgraded Panhard and track bars out back make sure every inch of rubber is planted. Custom CCW wheels wear oversized 315/35/17 front and 335/35/17 rear Hoosiers.
Not for the timid, this is a competition-grade weapon for Solo II events and an absolute weapon on the street. This car is street-legal and represents an awful lot of accessible horsepower at a very affordable price. Call today!