Have you ever wanted to be a race car driver? If so, not sure where you can look to find your pit crew but Gateway Classic Cars can help you get a fast car! You are looking at a car built using 100% COPO Parts and built to spec! This Camaro is 1 of only 3. This car shouldn't be street legal but IT IS! Will run mid 9 seconds at the track. This car started its life as a normal titled Camaro before it was carefully disassembled, modified and then completely rebuilt. This Cavalier Performance Camaro packs 800 Plus Horsepower @ 7,000 RPM's. And why wouldn't it with a Naturally Aspirated and Supercharged Edelbrock LS3, stroked to 416. Putting the power to the pavement with a Croan Engineering TH400 3 Speed Automatic with a Hurst Quarter Stick Reverse Pattern 3- Speed. The transmission gear ratio 4.10:1. The suspension is fully adjustable to handle the demand of your local road and track. The Fuel System uses a Aeromotive Stealth Fuel Cell that holds from 5-15 Gallons. The Exhaust is American Racing Stainless Steel with a dual 3 inch crossover system. Equipped with Magnaflo Mufflers and Exhaust cut outs that are electronically controlled. It can go from sounding kind of tame to sounding like a beast in about the same amount of seconds it would take before you have to deploy the parachute. This car was built on a Chrome-Moly 12 Point NHRA Certified Roll Cage. The Wheels are Bogart Racing Light weight front and Rear. This Monster has creature comforts as well including Heat, AC & Power steering. You will love it!
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