The heart of this beast is a fuel-injected 383 cubic-inch stroker motor. You’ll love popping the hood at all the car shows and watching the crowds marvel at the custom. It’struly built for presentation with all those shining components, hidden wiring, and even the block is painted to match the rest of the engine bay’s yellow. But just because the motor can win awards on its own, doesn’t mean speed was left out of this custom build. The V8 was fortified and enhanced with components like Keith Black pistons (10:1 compression), Dart Pro aluminum heads, Harland Sharp roller rockers, Lunati Voodoo camshaft, Eagle forged crankshaft, MSD ignition, PRC big block aluminum radiator w/dual electric fan, Weiand aluminum intake, and topped with a Holley 750 CFM double-pumper four-barrel carburetor. This one makes a fierce grow from the H-pipe dual exhaust at startup to announce its power superiority. And best of all, you’re in complete control of this monster V8 and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the Richmond six-speed manual transmission. Making sure this power gets to the streets is a Denny’s driveshaft that connects to a stout 12-bolt rear end running 3.73 gears for good all-around performance. And more than just pure power, this Camaro has some nice moves thanks to an upgraded independent front suspension and Detroit Speed subframe connectors in the rear. Add in the control of front disc brakes and modern Nitto NT 555R drag radials in the rear, and you’ve got a serious street machine.
La Vergne, Tennessee, United States