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Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale January 19th – 22nd, 2017 at Russo and Steele’s 17th Annual Scottsdale Arizona Auction at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. Please contact us for more information.
The story of this truly awesome car starts with an elderly woman that purchased a Hugger Orange 69 Camaro new and ends with the 2nd owner transforming this car into the rolling artwork it is today. The Camaro was born with a column shifter, 307 V-8, and standard interior and lived most of its life as such. Once the former owner got his hands on the car, it went straight to CAR, better known as Campbell Auto Restoration in Campbell, California to go under the knife. Bodywork was focused on making the sheet metal laser-straight and ensuring that the gaps were better than new. The side markers and wipers were shaved but otherwise, the car was kept stock-looking. The two-tone paint work is absolutely stunning. Jet black paint was used up top which helps make the cowl hood look smaller and Hugger Orange down low separated by a lime green pinstripe. Behind the wheels along the fenders youll find 3M clear bra protection too, since the car was built to be driven. The interior is both form and function. Recaro seats keep the driver and passenger planted while AutoMeter Ultra-lite gauges nestled in a Detroit Speed dash keep track of the engines vitals. A Safecraft Halon fire extinguisher and a full rollcage both keep occupants safe. Also when track days are just too hot, crank up the Vintage Air to keep cool while maneuvering. The end result is a wicked Camaro thats been completely updated yet Retains its classic style.
A custom built chassis hides under the floors and bolted on its removable front subframe. The front sub features Ohlin coilover shocks riding inside Eibach springs power rack-and-pinion steering and fully adjustable upper and lower control arms. Expertly fitted bracing keeps everything rock-steady. In the rear a three-link system complete with a Watts link and matching Ohlin coilovers was fabricated. Lastly, the chassis was tied together with a full rollcage. Braking is via huge six-piston monoblock calipers and 13.5-inch rotors on all four corners. The wheels are Kinesis K-5s 1710.5-inch in front and massive 1813-inch in the rear and helping the Camaro stick to the tarmac are Hoosier R-compound competition tires. The 572 big-block was built by Scott Shafiroff and filled with forged internals and topped with Brodix heads a matching intake and a Holley 1050 Dominator. Behind that is a unique exhaust that uses 4 Dynomax race mufflers and four 2.5-inch tailpipes. When a little extra grunt is needed a NOS fogger system is only the push of a button away. The nitrous system even has its own dedicated fuel tank filled with 104-octane racing gas-a combination guaranteed to permanently affix a smile to any gearheads face. Backing up this big-cubed engine is a suitably strong five-speed manual trans built by G-Force which passes the torque back to a Winters full-floating housing with an aluminum Moser center section.
572 Big Block 647 HP/900 w/NOS
Engine built by Scott Shafiroff
Insanely Custom Built Chassis
9-Second Street/Track Car
Ice-Cold Air Conditioning
Total Cost to Build 311,000