Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
If you're looking for a cool cruising Chevy, we can show you something else in our inventory. Instead, this 1975 Chevrolet Camaro Pro Street is a dual-quad big block supercharged machine that can eat up any asphalt from the boulevard to the dragstrip. The fact that this professional build also happens to be made from one of your favorite classic American sports car icons is just the cherry on top.
We love a second-gen Camaro because it has a legendary sporty look, and this one has the crisp lines of a solid investment. It starts with an updated front end that turns back the clock a few years to give you that iconic split-bumper RS style. The red paint has a deep gloss to make this car look red-hot. And there are all the right details, like clear blue-dot headlights, the full-width rear spoiler, and proper racing stripe painted on top. Plus, this loves to announce it's a very professional and serious street-eating machine. The tall cowl hood still can't contain the full beastly motor. The rear was tubbed to fit the massive Mickey Thompson rear rubber.
The interior has a fresh look you want in a well-done classic, and you get a few nice concessions, like an armrest center console. And the tasteful black tweet cloth is a full uniform package that covers everything, including the dash and custom door panels. But really, we all can see from the first glance that this is a professional-grade setup. You get a full custom roll bar package wrapped in the interior-matching cloth. You and your passenger strap into bucket seats with G-Force racing harnesses. A custom steering wheel, shift light, a B&M shifter, and a full AutoMeter Phantom gauge package puts a very speedy package firmly in your hands. A particularly nice touch is the full air ride system with interior controller. It makes for an ideal pro street setup where you get to easily dial-in the ideal stance for both the car show and when it's time to get down to business.
Under the hood is a true beast. And because everyone will want a look at this motor, they made sure it's always ready to show off thanks to a ton of polished components. But what you'll really love is all the substance behind the style. It starts with a 454 cubic-inch big block. More than just a monster displacement, you instantly spot the twin Edelbrock 750 four-barrel carburetors that feed the awesome Street Charger blower. It has all the right supporting components you want, too, like upgraded pulleys and an aluminum radiator. This also has a nice set of headers that feed the Borla dual exhaust, so you get added power and plenty of thunder. The mighty motor fires up with that cool growl and whirr combination that tells everyone you have supercharged V8 power. The TH400 three-speed is a stout unit that was built with a manual valve body to give you full control. Four-wheel disc brakes, beefy ladder bars in the rear, and a reinforced frame complete a well-done professional package.
This is the one with the upgraded stance, body, and motor in a package that's ready for the street, strip, and the show. So you know you need to get your hands on this supercharged icon. Call today!!!
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