Classical Gas Enterprises
Call To Schedule An Appointment
Arlington , Texas
1993 Chevrolet Camaro
If you are into fun cars and enjoy driving them just as much as looking at them then this 93 Camaro needs to be sitting in your garage. This car is a total performance machine that is also street legal! The car was built when it turned over 51,000 miles and since has only had 1,000 more put on it for a grand total of 52,000. It comes with the original build sheet and window sticker plus receipts documenting the complete build. It also comes with the dyno printouts. Well over $70,000 has been spent on the car with only the best components used throughout. All of the work has been professionally done with no amateur stuff at all. The body is in great shape with no problems or damage. It is painted in a nice custom Black paint with candy Blue ghost flames done by Creative Designs. It has a great stance and really looks tough even sitting still. Under all four corners the car has new American Racing wheels (17x9.5 front and 17x12 rear) with new Nitto front tires and M&H drag radials in the rear.
Powering the car is a Lingenfelter 383 stroker motor that has been very well built and gets those tires spinning with ease. It features Callies Stealth crankshaft, J&E pistons, Cirillo, Crower hydraulic roller, Sharp, Dynotec, Manley, Moroso, Accel programmable EFI (laptop included) Holley TB, K&W ram air system, MSD 6AL ignition, and MSD Pro LT1 distributor. The engine was freshened up approximately 6 years ago and has been driven 300 miles since. The battery has been relocated to the trunk and is mounted in a custom batter box with an external shut off switch. The car doesn't have any heating issue due to the aluminum Be Cool radiator. Backing up the motor is a Sullivan built premium glide trannsmission with trans break and 3000 stall. Through there power is transferred through the CSC custom driveshaft to the Mark Williams 9 inch Ford rear end. The suspension components have totaly been redone with a Chassis Inc ladder bar setup, Kim Smith chrome molly tube upper/lower A arms and K member with Koni coilovers. Other performance components of note include the Aeromotive fuel pump, all stainless braided lines, Chassis Inc roll bar with frame connectors, and a ATI line lock.
The interior of the car is in excellent shape with Recaro premium seats with Simpson 5 point sure latch belts. The rear seat was recovered in Recaro fabric to match the front. An Ichibahn premium steering wheel sits in front of the driver. Original style gauges sit in the dash but aftermarket Auto Meter carbon fiber faced fuel pressure/oil pressure and transmission temp were added to the left windshield post. A Hurst pistol grip shifter is mounted into the original console. The A/C compressor and condenser are currently not in the car but do come with it along with the 3 inch exhaust.
If horsepower scares you then this may not be a good match but if driving fast in style is what you are all about look no further! This car was very well built and is a step above the typical garage built cars you see at the track.
You couldn't come close to building it for anything near
our asking price of $35,000.00!