This car is known as the Two-Buck Assassin from its Super Chevy Magazine feature. This Speedtek built 69 Pro-Touring Camaro has everything that you are looking for. The 900 horsepower, 406 cubic inch engine is based on 6.0L iron truck block paired with LS6 heads and topped with a 2.8L Kenne Bell supercharger. The transmission is a Tremec T56 6-speed and the rear axle is Moser 12-bolt fitted with 3:42 gears. The suspension components that hold it all on the road start with a Heidts Pro-G front clip with tubular A arms, coil overs, drop spindles, 1.25 inch sway bar, and a power rack. All this is put together with frame connectors to a Heidts four-link set up with adjustable coil overs in the rear. What stops this certified 195 mph street machine? Baer 13 inch rotors on all corners with six-piston calipers on the front and four piston units on the back. The other options include Boyd 18x8 front wheels, 18x12 rear wheels, Xenon style head lamps, billet LED tail lamps, billet hood hinges and accents, carbon fiber console and dash accents, tach and gauges, custom leather hounds-tooth interior with matching trunk, and A/C to keep you cool. The car comes with 195 mph certificate, Super Chevy Magazine article, dyno sheets, and the original protecto-plate. For more information and photos go to www.classiccarsinc.com and click on cars for sale or call 870-926-2018.
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