LS1 Fuel Injected with Magnusson Supercharger / 500 HP / 525 ft. lb torque custom fitted taking an estimated 100 hours to sit below the hood “Cut 2 Fit”. Tremec T-56 6 speed manual transmission with custom fitted shifter / boot. Speedway Engineering Quick change rear end with Moser axles fitted by raising trunk floor and Spectre fuel tank 4 inches. Painted Victory Red with Black / White stripes designed by Jason Rushforth. Custom Black Leather Racing bucket seat interior with Red stitching and G-Force seat belts. Power 4 wheel Corvette Z-51 brakes. AGR quick ratio Rack & Pinion steering. C-6 front suspension mated to an Art Morrison sub frame. 4 wheel Strange adjustable coil overs. Speedway Engineering Nascar splined swaybar. Dual Thrush 3” exhaust with Edelbrock headers. Aluminum radiator with electric fans. Vintage Air. Detroit Speed Select-A-Speed wipers. Tilt column with LeCarra billet wheel. Racepack dash gauge package. Billet window cranks. Kenwood AM/FM/CD/Aux stereo with kick-panel speakers. Custom finished trunk compartment. Tinted glass. Smoothed firewall. Front and rear bumpers have been tucked. Blackout trim. Polished stainless fuel tank. 2” mini-tub. Ring Brothers billet hood hinges. Dual painted sport mirrors. Front / Rear spoiler. 19” Front / 20” Rear Rushforth wheels. The custom build out list goes on and on. This Camaro was featured on the magazine cover of Camaro Performance in July 2011 with and article spread, and a SEMA feature car in Las Vegas (2010), and took Builder’s Choice Award at the National Good Guys car show. Showing 3,583 miles.
It’s another feather in the cap for Tucker and this crazy Chevy
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