For sale in our Nashville showroom is a 1968 Camaro pro street BEAST! This 1968 Pro Street Caramo is loaded with just about every go fast part you can imagine, even a brand new set of tires fron and rear to go with it. Under the Glasstek hood and between the glasstek fenders sits an evil 572 Cubic inch Big block Chevy that gulps down alcohol through a Ron's terminator injection system that is rated at 1475 cubic feet per minute. The air and fuel then flow to the pro filer rectangular aluminum heads into the Merlin block where this mixture is compressed to 14 to 1. This bad boy has way too many high tech parts to list everything, let's just say it's very quick. Now, what good would all this horsepower be if you had no way to plant it to the ground? Ok, here we go. This beast of a ride has been back halfed using R.J. race cars four link with pro stock bars connecting it to the Strange center section housing 4.56 final gears. The final gears then send this massive power to the wheels via Strange engineering 35 spline axles that are connected to the wrinkle wall drag slick with 5/8 inch studs. Between the torque monster under the hood and the strange engineering axles is the workhorse powerglide 2 speed transmission which houses a nine and a half inch, 4500 stahl converter which allows the engine to get deep into the power curve. I have pages of performance parts that have been shoehorned into this lighted '68 Camaro for sale. I can tell you it all equals QUICK! Please remember that when you light the fire on this Camaro for sale, any broken windows in your neighbors' homes will be on your dime. Please call with all your questions. Options on this pro street Camaro include: Watering eyes from the alcohol fumes, slight hearing loss, a parachute, wheelie bars and an instant group of friends that want to help you work on it.A $212.15 document fee will be added to the sales price. All purchases may be subject to any applicable tax, title, & licensing fees. For more information call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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