Dennis, the proprietor, constructed this Camaro by himself. The 502ci big block V8 under the hood is also the secret ingredient. Dennis claims that despite having “LSX” stamped into the intake, the vehicle is not an LSX.
It was rather simple to get sick of the murdered-out look a few years ago. After all, everything was becoming black-on-black-on-black (and so on) to the point where it was absurd. Some automobiles, like this 1967 Chevy Camaro Pro-Touring build, look great with that. We can fully enjoy the look now that we are no longer living in a world where everything is being swept off. However, this structure can more than support that ominous image, which makes it even more fascinating.
Dennis, the proprietor, constructed this Camaro by himself. It seems incredibly clean, so that’s impressive. Too frequently, owners of vehicles like this fork over a sizable sum to a shop, know little about the construction, and nevertheless demand that others submit to them as if they were some kind of automotive deity.
Dennis has given close attention to every little thing. You may learn more about the build by watching the video clip, but to give you a flavor, just be aware that the headers and the wheels are both custom-made. Since he was unable to find any pre-built headers that would fit, Dennis constructed his own.
The 502ci big block V8 under the hood is also the secret ingredient. Dennis claims that despite having “LSX” stamped into the intake, the vehicle is not an LSX, which frequently confuses onlookers. This mill is by no means a pushover; it’s pushing a monster 800-horsepower. Once everything is in order, the guy wants to compete with this beast using a dry sump that is perfect for autocross. In other words, not only did the man build the automobile himself, but he also plans to keep it out of the garage. Incredible.
Please view the video to understand more about this fantastic ride and to see it in action.