You already know this is like no other 1975 Chevrolet Camaro you've seen before. But beneath the added classic style is a custom frame, competition-worthy suspension, and a performance-built 383 stroker V8 to create an awesome pro street machine.
The classic Rally Sport style front end with the huge opening that wants to consume all that's ahead of it is a nice upgrade on this '75 Camaro. And this one really earns its look of aggressive performance. The hood pins, full width-rear spoiler, and the big power bulge of the cowl hood continue the intimidating looks. Plus, the polished 15-inch wheels draw plenty of attention to the stance that tucks under those meaty rear tires. And the whole coupe is wrapped in an awesome-looking Satin Silver package that reminds you there's less than 150 miles on this build.
In case you were not given enough hints at the performance-oriented build on the exterior, you absolutely understand it once you open the door. The back seat has been replaced by the tubbed rear end and an eight-point roll cage. The trunk now has a 16-gallon fuel cell and the battery. There's a dual set of racing seats. Plus, there's a custom-built dash and center console combo that encapsulates the driver. It contains the Lecarra sports steering wheel, full AutoMeter Pro-Comp Ultra-Lite gauges, and the B&M shifter. But there are also thoughtful touches, like how the diamond pattern inserts of the seats match the door panels. And because this is a car for the streets, you have features like power windows, an AM/FM/CD stereo, and Dynamat insulation in the floors.
The engine bay is a racer's dream. It gives you plenty of space to work while eliminating unnecessary weight. Plus, you also begin to see the bracing of the full custom chassis. This is a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8 that has been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetors, hi-rise intake, and ceramic coated headers feeding the growling dual exhaust. Plus, this has all the right supporting components, including MSD high performance starter, Edelbrock fuel pump w/steel braided lines, AFCO aluminum radiator w/electric fan, and separate transmission cooler. The V8 feeds a four-speed automatic unit that sends power to a strong Currie 9-inch rear running 4.11 gears for fast take-offs. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you get to see the full view of the custom boxed steel chassis. You'll also spot other investments, like the tubular A-arm front suspension, a reinforced parallel four-link rear, and sway bars front & rear. Plus, behind each wheel is an adjustable coilover and Wilwood four-piston disc brakes.
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