This killer Camaros solid body panels are straight steel pieces that display excellent fit and world-class finish, and its high quality paint is a brilliant coat of custom Burgundy Glasurit which reflects a glossy, wet-look shine. While that unbeatable combination is the product of a professional, $200K plus restoration which was officially completed in the spring of 2005, each winter the car gets trucked back to East Coast Muscle Cars in Wrightsville, Pennsylvania to be freshened up with a few new parts and some high quality T.L.C. A one handed hoist of the cars lightweight hood reveals a tweaked 434 cubic inch small block Chevrolet V8 which makes roughly 600 horsepower and is currently 100% detailed for show. Behind that big bore engine a Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed automatic transmission utilizes a manual valve body, a 5,000 RPM stall converter and a high performance auxiliary cooler to execute quick, efficient shifts and wheel stand inducing launches. Behind that transmission, a four inch aluminum driveshaft spins a stalwart Dana 60 rear end thats equipped with asphalt busting 5.13 gears. Holding that awesome transmission off the ground is a smoothed front subframe which hangs narrowed Fat Man control arms and Carrera coil over shocks at the sides of a DSE 600 steering box. Holding that awesome rear end off the ground is a custom back half which makes good use of 44 inch tubs, a custom ladder bar suspension and Aldan coil over shocks. Holding all that track-ready hardware off the ground is a sweet set of 15 inch Billet Specialties wheels which spin 25x7.50 Hoosier Pro Street radials in front of 33x22.50 Hoosier Quick Time drag tires. And naturally, that impressive drivetrains momentum is countered by an equally impressive Aerospace Components four wheel disc brake system that hangs billet, four-piston calipers over four drilled and slotted rotors. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this killer Camaro!
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